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OF    THE 


PATENT     ROLLS 


PRESKRVKD    IN    TIIK 


PUBLIC   RECORD   OFFICE. 


PREPARKD    L'NDKn    TIIK    SUPKRIXTKXDEN'CE    OF 

THE  DEPUTY  KEEPER  OF  THE  RECORDS. 


EDWARD    II 

VOL.    IV. 

A.D.  1321-1324. 


ITBLISIIKO    nV    AI:TII()UITV     (»F     HIS     MA.IKSTV  S    I»i:iN(II'AL    SlXIlKTAllY    OF    STATK 

Foil   TIIK    iioMi:   i>ki»autmi:nt. 


LONDON: 
PRINTED   FOIJ    HIS    ^lA.TKSTY'S    STATIONKin*   OFFK'K 

r.Y    MACKir.    AND   CO.    LD. 

And  to  ]u»  i)urfhas('(l,  ('itlur  dircctlv  or  throuLdi  jiny  Doolxsrllor.  from 
EYIIK  AND  BPOTTISWOODK,  East  U\u\.\si.  Siin-iT,  Fi,i:t.t  Sn.'FKr,  E.C;  or 

OLIVER   ANi»    r»()VD,    EinNirriiGn ;  or 
E.    rONSONr»Y,    IK),    (liiAiTON    Stufet.   Druux. 

1001. 


CONTENTS 


PA(iK, 

Preface                  -                 -                 -                -                -  v 

Corrigenda            -                -                -                -                -  vii 

Calendar               .                .                .                .                .  i 

Index     ------  45J» 


A.  40.     Wt.  24062. 


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PREFACE. 


The  present  volume  forms  part  of  a  series  of  Calendars 
of  the  Patent  Rolls  from  the  reign  of  Edward  I.  to 
that  of  Henry  VII.,  the  object  and  character  of  which 
are  explained  in  the  Preface  to  the  first  volume  for 
the  reign  of  Edward  III.  (a.d.  1327—1330.)  The  text 
has  been  prepared,  under  my  immediate  supervision,  by 
Mr.  J.  G.  Black,  of  the  Public  Kecord  Office,  with  some 
assistance  from  Mr.  G.  F.  Handcock,  an  Assistant  Kecord 
Keeper.     Mr.    Black    has   also   compiled   the   Index. 


H.   C.   MAXWELL  LYTE. 


Public  Record   Office, 
10  May,  1904. 


(      Vll       ) 


CORRIGENDA. 


Page  15, 
20, 
25, 

81, 
48, 

47, 

55, 

62, 

92, 

98, 

112, 

125, 

187. 

160, 

»» 
178, 

224, 
257, 
265, 
814, 
816, 
857, 


last  line,  for  "  Mandut  *'  read  "  Maudut." 
line  8,  for  **  Anstane"  read  **  Austane.*' 

10  from  bottom,  for  "  1321  "  read  ''  1811." 

14,  for  **  Hugh  "  read  »*  Hamo." 

16,    „    "R."  read  **  J." 

81,    „    "Anne"  read  **  Aune." 

^^1    »>  >»  >>  »> 

8,  after  ** others"  add  **who." 

28,  after  **  Gilbert"  add  **  \rectius  Robert]." 

9,  for  **  coutred  "  read  **  cantred." 
16,  for  "  H."  read  "  A." 
12  from  l)ottom,  after  "Weston"  add  ^*  [recti  tts  Beaton]." 

8,  for  **  Kemmeyth  "  read  **  Keinraerch." 

1,    „    "Hehmc"  read  *«  Helmic." 

4,    „    "  Essoul  "  read  "  Eflfoul." 
24,    „    "Gidesburgh"  rea^l  "Gildesburgh." 

4  from  bottom,  for  "Dysyng"  read  "Dysny." 
87,  for  "  Su[our]  "  read  "  Snel." 
28,    „    "  Serith  "  read  "  Serich." 
16,  after  "Bollyng  "  add  "  [rectius  Bobbyng]." 
19,  for  "  Lone  "  read  "  Love." 

1 ,    ,,  "  Guy,  count  of  Flanders  "  read  "  Guy  de  Flandria." 


CALENDAE 


OF 


PATENT    ROLLS. 


15  EDWARD  II.— Part  1. 


1321.  MEMBRANE  26. 

July  8.  Pardon  of  the  trespass  of  Godwin  le  Hoder,  sometime  citizen  of  London, 

Westminster,  in  bequeathing,  without  licence  of  Edward  I  or  of  the  king,  6  marks  of  rent 
arising  from  a  tavern  with  a  hall  built  over  it  and  chambers,  which  he  had 
on  Comhull  in  the  parish  of  St.  Mary,  Wolcherchehawe,  London,  for  the 
maintenance  of  a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  for  his  soul 
and  the  souls  of  Philippa  his  wife,  and  Bona,  sometime  his  wife,  and 
all  the  faithful  departed  ;  which  said  rent  was  taken  into  the  king's  hands 
by  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent ;  and  grant  that  the 
said  tenements  may  remain  charged  with  the  said  rent  for  the  said  chantry, 
notwithstanding  the  statute  of  mortmain.  By  E. 

July  10.  Appointment  of  William  de  Kyngeston,  king's  clerk,  to  be  receiver  and 

Tower  of      keeper  of  victuals,  stock  and  other  things  in  the  castle  of  Odyham,  during 
London.       pleasure.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  late  keeper  of  the  said 
castle,  to  deliver  the  same  to  him  by  indenture. 

July  10.  Pardon  to  Thomas  de  Haddelee,  chaplain,  executor  of  the  will  of  Master 
WaftminstMr.  Thomas  de  Bredestrete,  sometime  executor  of  Master  William  de  Bredstrete, 
for  assigning  in  mortmain,  without  licence  of  Edward  I  or  of  the  king, 
76<.  of  free  and  quit  rent— which  the  said  Master  William  had  acquired 
of  Roger  le  Viroler,  and  which  arose  from  that  whole  tenement  with 
houses  built  thereon  held  by  the  said  Roger  of  the  gift  and  feoffment 
of  Henry  le  Galeys,  sometime  citizen  of  London,  in  the  parish  of 
St.  Laurence  in  the  Jewry,  London — for  making  a  perpetual  chantry  in  the 
church  of  St.  Laurence,  Jewry,  for  the  soul  of  William  de  Kancia,  sometime 
citizen  of  that  city,  in  pursuance  of  the  ordinance  and  legacy  of  the  said 
Master  William;  which  said  rent  had  come  to  the  hands  of  John  de 
Benyngworth,  chaplain  of  the  said  chantry,  and  had  been  taken  into  the 
king's  hands  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent ;  with 
restitution  of  the  same.  By  E. 

July  10.  Licence  for  John  de  Oddyngeseles  to  enfeoff  Ralph  Bigod  of  his  manors 

Westminster,  of  Long  Ichynton  and  Bradewelle  with  the  advowsons  of  their  churches, 
held  in  chief,  and  for  the  latter  to  regrant  the  same  to  the  said  John  and 
Emma  his  wife  for  their  lives,  with  successive  remainders  in  tail  to  John 
son  of  John  de  Oddyngeseles,  and  Edmund,  his  brother,  with  remainder 
over  to  the  right  heirs  of  the  grantor.  By  fine  of  100  marks. 

A.  4a     Wt.  34962/386.    M.  A 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


-lon-i  Membrane  26 — eont. 

July  12.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 

Westminster.  St.  Albans  of  divers  parcels  of  land  in  St.  Albans  by  Walter  de  Langeleye, 
Henry  Salecok,  John  le  Barbour  and  Cicely  his  wife,  and  Walter  Gernet 
and  Margaret  his  wife,  and  in  Tydenhangre  by  John  de  Ramesden,  all 
which  are  held  of  the  said  abbot  and  convent  and  are  of  the  total  yearly 
value  of  20.'?.  1^/.,  as  appears  by  inquisition  taken  by  Richard  de  Rodenoye 
escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  in  part  satisfaction  of  lOOZ.  yearly  of  land  and 
rent  which  they  have  licence  to  acquire. 

July  14.  The  like  by  John  de  Merkynfeld,  clerk,  and  Richard  de  Lynton,  chaplain, 

VVestminfiter.  Qf  4  messuages,  18  acres  of  land,  20«.  of  rent  and  ^  acre  of  meadow  in  Ripon 
to  the  canons  of  the  church  of  St.  Wilfrid,  Ripon,  to  find  a  chaplain  to 
celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  chapel  of  St.  Mary,  Pathelaibrigge 
in  Nidderdale,  for  the  souls  of  William  de  Hamelton,  esquire,  of  Ripon,  the 
said  John  and  all  the  faithful  departed.  By  fine  of  40s. 

July  12.  The  like  by  Master  John  de  Colecestre,  parson  of  the  church  of  Tendryng, 

Westminster,    of  a  plot  of  land  in  Colecestre,  8  perches  square,  whereon  a  chapel  in  honour 

of  St.  Helen  is  built,  28  acres  of  land,  and  40s.  of  rent  in  that  town,  to 

a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  for  the  souls  of  the  said  John, 

his  ancestors  and  heirs.  By  fine  of  4  marks. 

July  15.  Presentation  of    Roger  de  Scales   to  the  church  of   Aberfrau,  in   the 

Westminster,    diocese  of  Bangor,  void  by  the  resignation  of  Richard  de  Wygornia,  the 

last  rector.  By  p.s. 

July  17.  Appointment  of  Walter  de  Norwico,  Roger  de  Northburgh,  John  Launge, 

Westminster.    William  de  Boudon,  and  Thomas  de  Cantebrigg,  to  audit  the  account  of 

Nicholas  de  Hugate,  king's  clerk,  for  the  time  that  he  was  keeper  of  the 
wardrobe  of  Edward,  earl  of  Chester,  the  king's  first-bom.  By  K. 

July  14.         Pardon    to    Henry    de   Hundresthweyt  of    liis   outlawry    for  felonies, 
Westminster,    provided  that  he  surrender  to  prison.  By  K. 

July  15.         Licence  for  Robert  son  of  Walter  de  Wodeham  to  demise  to  Thomas  de 
Westminster,    la  Pole  for  life  a  moiety  of  the  hundred  of  Disce,  co.  Norfolk,  and  the  market 

of  the  town  of  Disce.  By  fine  of  5  marks. 

July  16.  Inspeximus  and  confirmation  of  (1)  a  charter  of  John  de  Britannia,  earl 

Westminster,  of  Richmond,  dated  at  Whassyngburgh  10  May  14  Edward  II,  granting  to 
Peter  his  apothecary  (//)oft?ca no  iwatro)  and  the  heirs  of  his  body  two  houses 
standing  separately  on  two  rows  (rengeas)  in  the  town  of  Boston,  which  the 
earl  had  by  escheat  after  the  death  of  Alexander  son  of  Andrew  the  clerk, 
lying  near  the  house  of  Ranulph  de  Forthyngton  towards  the  east,  that  of 
Simon  Gildyn  towards  the  west,  and  abutting  at  one  end  towards  the 
north  on  the  churchyard  of  the  church  of  St.  Botulph  and  at  the  other 
end  towards  the  south  on  the  earl's  waste ;  to  hold  by  the  same  service 
as  the  said  Alexander.  Witnesses : — Bertram  Mounbocher,  the  earl's 
knight,  Sir  John  de  Quingou,  parson  of  Ledenham,  his  treasurer, 
Theobald  Cailli,  steward  of  his  household,  John  de  Stikeney,  his  steward, 
John  de  Bliton,  citizen  of  Lincoln,  John  de  la  Gotere  of  Boston,  and 
Geoffrey  de  Sutton  and  John  Barbour  of  the  same  town,  and  others ;  (2)  of 
a  writing  by  the  said  earl  dated  at  Chesthuut,  Thursday  before  St.  Barna- 
bas the  Apostle,  1321,  quit-claiming  his  right  to  the  said  Peter  his  apothe- 
cary (Apotecano  )wsiro)  in  the  above  two  houses,  saving  the  rents,  services  and 
customs.  Witnesses : — Bertram  de  Monte  Bocherio,  knight,  John  de 
Stikeneye,  Richard  de  Crek,  John  de  Meres,  Humphrey  de  Whassyngburgh, 
and  others.  By  K.  on  the  information  of  Roger  de  Northburgh. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  1.  8 


1321,  Membrane  26 — vunt. 

July  20.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Henry  le  Scrop  of  the  ad  vow- 

Westminster,    son   of  the  church  of  Little   Chasterton   to  the  prior  and  convent  of 

Newstead  by  Staunford,  in  exchange  for  all  the  lands  which  they  hold  in 
Little  Chasterton  ;  with  licence  for  them  to  appropriate  the  said  church. 
Vacated  because  surrendered  and  cancelled  and  otherwise  below.  By  K. 


MEMBRANE    26. 

July  8.  Pardon  to  Philip  le  Moyl  of  Monte  Gomery,   bailiff  of    the   town  of 

Westminster.  Montgomery  and  keeper  of  the  gaol  thereof,  for  the  escape  from  that  gaol 
of  Richard  de  Stafford,  whom  he  afterwards  took  and  brought  to 
Westminster,  and  delivered  to  the  king. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Roger  de  Northburgh. 

July  10.  Grant,  for  five  years,  to  W.  bishop  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  of  pavage, 

Westminster,    for  his  town  of  Eccleshale.  By  K. 

July  9.  Licence  for  Richard  le  Porter  to  enfeoff  John  de  Teffonte,  chaplain,  of  a 

Westminster,    messuage,  2  virgates  and  4  acres  of  land  in  Fitelton,  held  in  chief,  and  for 

the  said  John  to  grant  the  same  to  John  son  of  Richard  le  Porter  and  Edith 

his  wife  and  the  heirs  of  their  bodies,  with  remainder  to  the  said  Richard 

and  his  heirs.  By  fine  of  204. 

July  18.  Licence,  at  the  instance  of  John  de  Ryther,  king*s  yeoman,  for  the  prior 

Tower  of       and  convent  of  the  Holy  Trinity,  York,  to  acquire  in  mortmain  10  marks 

London,       ^  year  of  land  and  rent.  By  p.s. 

July  15.  Licence  for  John  de  Saundrestede  and  Elizabeth,  his  wife,  to  enfeoff  John 

Westminster,  de  Weston  of  the  manor  of  Rodbaldeston,  held  in  chief,  and  for  him  to  re- 
grant  it  to  the  said  John  de  Scaundrestede  Otic)  and  Elizabeth  for  their 
lives,  with  remainder  to  John  son  of  John  de  Weston  and  his  heirs. 

By  fine  of  5  marks. 

July  15.  Mandate  to  the  sheriff,  bailiffs  and  others  of  the  county  of  Bedford  to 

Westminster,  make  proclamation  in  their  bailiwicks  that  no  one  attempt  anything  in 
derogation  of  the  king's  dignity  or  of  the  possession  by  Master  Edmund  de 
London  of  the  archdeaconry  of  Bedeford,  to  which  the  king  had  collated 
him,  it  being  in  his  gift  by  reason  of  the  voidance  of  the  bishopric  of 
Lincoln ;  as  the  king  is  informed  that  some  persons  have  made  proclama- 
tion in  the  market  of  the  town  of  Bedford  and  other  places  in  that  county 
prohibiting  religious  or  other  persons  from  being  attendant  on  him,  and 
requiring  them  to  be  attendant  on  Thomas  de  Nevill,  under  pretext  of  the 
latter  having  obtained  a  provision  to  the  archdeaconry. 

July  16.  Protection  with  clause  nolnmns  for  one  year  for  Geoffrey  de  Welleford, 

Westminster,    warden  of  the  house  of   St.   Cross  by   Winchester,   who   is   constantly 

attendant  on  the  king's  service.  By  K. 

July  18.  Geoffrey,  prior  of  St.  Mary  de  Rocher,  Morteyn,  going  beyond  seas, 

Westminster,    has  letters  nominating  Peter  de  Neuport  his  attorney  for  three  years. 

July  14.  Inspeximm  and  confirmation  of  an  indenture  between  John,  bishop  of 

Westminster.    Carlisle,  and  Alan,  prior  of  St.  Mary's,  Carlisle,  and  the  convent  thereof,  dated 

Thursday  before  Midsummer  1821,  at  Carlisle,  witnessing  the  foUowhig 
exchanges :  The  prior  and  convent  granted  to  the  bishop  a  moiety  of  their 
manor  of  Lynstok,  and  further  they  released  to  the  bishop  all  their  right  in 
a  shieling  {skalinga)  with  a  parcel  of  land  adjoining  at  Petrel wra,  \\z,  from 
the  grey  stone  descending  straight  into  Petrell'  on  the  one  side  and  from  the 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  BOLLS. 


1321. 


July  16. 
Westminster 


July  18, 
Westminster. 

July  8. 

Westminster. 


July  20. 

Westminster. 


July  20. 

Westminster. 

July  20. 
Westminster. 


Mfmhrane    26 — co7it. 

said  grey  stone  to  Merebec  and  so  descending  into  Petrell*  on  the  other, 
for  3  roods  of  land,  with  ingress  and  egress  from  the  said  shieling  to  the 
king's  demesne  forest  for  common  of  pasture,  with  this  proviso,  that 
the  bishop  shall  not  hereafter,  on  account  of  the  said  shieling,  claim  any 
common  in  the  lands,  wastes  or  pastures  of  the  priory  at  Carleton,  Birschawe 
and  Neubigging  or  in  the  woods  adjoining  thereto ;  and  that,  if  the  beasts  of  the 
bishop  shall  be  found  feeding  within  the  said  lands,  pastures,  or  woods, 
they  shall  be  chased  out  of  the  com  or  meadow  without  being  impounded. 
Also  the  prior  and  convent  quitclaimed  to  the  bishop  a  rent  of  68,  Sd. 
paid  by  him  and  his  predecessors  in  the  mill  of  Cumbresdale.  In 
exchange  the  bishop  quitclaimed  to  the  priory  the  tithe  of  sheaves 
beyond  Galdewe  as  the  high  road  goes  from  the  bridge  of  the  Galdewe 
towards  the  borough  before  the  gate  of  Michael  de  Haveryngton  along 
the  old  street  towards  the  north:  the  homages  and  free  services  of 
his  tenants  in  Carleton  and  Birschawe,  all  his  claim  in  a  rent 
of  25«.,  suit  of  court  and  other  services  due  to  him  in  his 
new  grange  beyond  Caldewe:  all  his  claim  in  the  woods, 
wastes  and  pastures  adjoining  the  priory's  manors  of  Carleton, 
Brischawe  and  Neubigging,  except  the  shieling  above  mentioned. 
Witnesses :  Andrew  de  Harcla,  then  sheriff  of  Cumberland,  Sirs  Anthony  de 
Lucy,  Peter  de  Tylliol,  John  de  Harcla,  Robert  de  Bampton,  John  de 
Oreton,  knights,  Robert  de  Qwytering,  Robert  de  Tymperon,  John  de 
Warchewyk  and  others.  By  C. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  Great 
Malverne  by  the  prior  and  convent  of  St.  Mary's,  Worcester,  of  a  messuage, 
4  bovates  of  land,  8J  acres  of  meadow,  and  8  acres  of  wood  in  Poywyk, 
Bramesford,  and  Leye.  By  fine  of  1  mark. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  for  one  year  for  Thomas  de  London, 
clerk,  staying  in  Ponthieu  on  the  king's  service.  By  E. 

Pardon  to  Walter  le  Steller  for  acquiring  in  fee  without  licence  80s.  of 
rent  in  Clisby  by  Gresby  from  John  de  Erlham,  held  in  chief. 

By  fine  of  20«. 

Grant  to  Master  Adam  le  Chaumpeneys  of  Sandwich,  king's  clerk,  of  the 
archdeaconry  of  Worcester,  void  and  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the 
late  voidance  of  the  bishopric  of  Worcester.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Master  Henry  de  Clif,' 
prebendary  of  Appelesthorp  in  the  church  of  St.  Peter,  York. 

Pardon  to  Hamo  de  Onyleye  of  his  outlawry  for  the  death  of  Thomas 
son  of  Henry  le  Carter  of  Onyleye.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Master  Richard  de 
Welyngton,  clerk. 

The  like  for  the  abbess  of  Berkynges. 


July  18. 

Tower  of 

London. 


MEMBRANE     24. 


Restitution  of  the  temporalities  of  the  priory  of  Bilsinton  to  John  de 
Wy,  one  of  the  canons,  elected  prior  thereof,  W.  archbishop  of  Canterbury 
having  confirmed  his  election,  and  the  king  having  accepted  the  arch- 
bishop's confirmation.  By  K. 


15  EDWARD  II.— Pabt  1. 


1321. 

July  14. 
Westininster. 


July  12. 

Westminster. 


July  13. 
Westminster. 


July  14. 
Westminster. 


July  14. 
Westminster. 


July  15. 
Westminster. 


July  15. 

Westminster. 


July  16. 
Westminster. 


Membrane  24 — cont. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 
Ivychurch,  Claryndon,  by  Robert  de  Hungreford,  of  the  advowson  of  the 
church  of  Bluntesdon  St.  Andrew ;  licence  also  for  them  to  appropriate 
the  church.  By  fine  of  101. 

Mandate  to  Simon  Belde  and  Gilbert  de  la  Forde,  wardens  of  the  mines 
of  Devon  and  Cornwall,  which  the  king  has  committed  during  pleasure  to 
the  abbot  and  convent  of  Tavystok  at  a  certain  rent,  to  compel  and  distrain 
competent  workmen  of  those  counties  to  do  the  work  of  those  mines,  as 
heretofore  they  have  been  compelled. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  the  treasurer. 

Mandate  to  Henry  de  Cantuaria,  king's  clerk,  to  proceed  in  accordance 
with  the  order  of  the  Council,  every  excuse  and  pretext  for  further  delay 
being  put  aside,  together  with  Masters  Elias  de  Joneston  and  Roger  de 
Shefeld,  king's  clerks,  who  are  experts  in  such  matters,  to  make  a  precise 
calendar  of  all  instruments,  letters,  processes,  rolls  and  memoranda  touch- 
ing the  duchy  of  Aquitaine,  which  are  said  to  be  scattered  in  the  Treasury 
and  the  Wardrobe,  to  have  the  said  documents  stored  separately,  so  that 
they  can  be  easily  found,  and  when  necessary  to  have  transcripts  made 
of  such  instruments,  &c. ;  with  mandates  to  the  treasurer  and  chamberlains 
and  the  keepers  of  the  Wardrobe  to  produce  the  documents  in  their  custody 
and  to  pay  the  necessary  expenses.  By  K.  and  C. 

Pardon  of  the  trespass  of  Pentecost  Russel,  sometime  citizen  of  London, 
in  bequeathing  in  mortmain,  without  licence  of  Edward  I  or  of  the  king, 
6  marks  yearly  of  rent  issuing  from  that  whole  tenement  which  Gilbert  de 
Mordon  and  Leticia  his  wife  held  of  his  gift  in  the  parish  of  the  church  of 
St.  Michael,  Candelwykestrate,  London,  for  making  a  chantry  to  the  said 
church  at  the  altar  of  St.  Thomas  the  Martyr  and  St.  Edmund  the  Bishop 
for  the  souls  of  him,  his  father  and  mother,  Gerard  de  Staundon,  sometime 
parson  of  the  church  of  Stivenache,  and  all  the  faithful  departed ;  which 
rent  was  taken  into  the  king's  hands  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  escheator  on 
this  side  Trent ;  and  grant  that  the  said  tenement  may  remain  so  charged. 

ByK. 

Pardon  to  Margaret  de  Wauton  and  Clemencia  de  Wauton  for  acquiring 
without  licence  of  Edward  I  or  of  the  king,  for  their  lives,  9  acres  of  land 
and  6«.  Id.  of  rent  in  Houton  by  Pykenham  from  Mary  de  Nevill,  who  held 
them  in  chief.  By  fine  of  i  mark. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Master  Henry  de  Clif, 
clerk. 

The  like,  until  Midsummer,  for  Robert  de  Bardelby,  clerk,  keeper  of  the 
land  and  heir  of  John  de  Briaunzon  of  Canewedon. 

John  de  Earreu,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating  David  de 
Earreu  and  John  son  of  Philip  de  Earreu  his  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two 
years. 

Mandate  to  the  justiciary  of  Ireland  to  restore  the  temporalities  of  the 
bishopric  of  Cork,  lately  void  by  the  translation  by  Pope  J[ohnJ  of  John,  the 
late  bishop,  to  the  church  of  Meath,  to  Philip,  a  Friar  Preacher,  whom  the 
same  Pope  has  preferred  to  the  said  bishopric. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  R.  de  Northburgh. 

Writ  fie  intendemio  for  the  said  Philip  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the 
bishopric. 


6 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321. 

July  17. 
Westminster. 


July  15. 

Westminster. 


July  20. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  22. 
Westminster. 

July  20. 
Westminster. 


July  16. 
Westminster. 


Membrane  24 — rnnt. 

Licence  for  Master  Henry  de  Gerlaund  to  assign  in  mortmain  to  Thomas 
de  Loppedell,  parson  of  the  church  of  Little  Hodleye,  40  acres  of  land  in 
Little  Hodleye  together  with  the  messuage  and  60  acres  of  land  there, 
which  he  already  had  licence,  20  October  81  Edward  I,  to  assign  to  a 
chaplain  celebrating  divine  service  in  the  church  of  that  place,  to  find  a 
chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  cathedral  church  of  the 
Holy  Trinity,  Chichester,  for  the  souls  of  the  said  Henry  and  all  the  faithful 
departed.  By  fine  of  20s, 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  brethren  of  the 
hospital  of  St.  John  the  Baptist,  Wells,  of  the  following  lands  and  messuages 
in  Welles,  viz.,  by  William  atte  Wythie  of  6  messuages,  a  dovecot,  and  10 J 
acres  of  land ;  and  by  Nicholas  de  Wedergrave,  of  3  messuages  and  i  acre 
of  land ;  in  Kyngton  Maundeville  by  John  Makerel  of  Kyngton  Maundeville 
of  5^  acres  of  meadow ;  by  Robert  le  Tayllur  of  a  moiety  of  an  acre  of  land 
in  the  same  town ;  and  by  Isabella  Eayho  of  a  messuage,  5  acres  of  land 
and  1  rood  of  meadow ;  all  which  are  worth  yearly  26s.  lO^rf.,  as  appears  by 
inquisition  taken  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  in 
part  satisfaction  of  100«.  yearly  of  land  and  rent  which  they  had  licence  to 
acquire. 

The  hke  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  Christchurch,  Twynham,  by  John 
Tirenache  of  Cristchurche  Twynham  of  4  messuages,  17  acres  3  roods  of 
land  and  1  acre  3  roods  of  meadow  there,  and  by  William  Smedemor  of  a 
messuage  there,  for  the  maintenance  of  a  chaplain  celebrating  divine  service 
daily  in  the  priory  church  for  the  souls  of  the  said  John  and  William  and 
their  ancestors.  By  fine  of  2  marks. 

Safe-conduct  for  one  year  for  Adam  le  Baker  of  Sandwich,  with  his  ship 
and  merchandise  going  to  divers  parts  to  trade.  By  p.s. 

Pardon  to  Stephen  le  Fauooner,  John  le  Coteler  of  Sandwich,  John 
Botoun,  Richard  de  Wy  of  Sandwich,  Adam  le  Teynturer  of  Sandwich, 
William  Cundy,  Salomon  Cundy,  Simon  de  Berkyng,  Thomas  son  of 
Thomas  de  Shelvyng,  and  Simon  son  of  Adam  Godard,  of  their  outlawry  in 
the  county  of  Suffolk  for  not  appearing  before  the  king  to  answer 
Gilbert  Waleys  on  a  plea  of  trespass.  By  E. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  Master  Edmund  de 
London,  archdeacon  of  Bedford. 


July  28. 
Westminster. 

July  20. 
Westminster. 


July  23. 

Westminster. 


July  20. 
Westminster. 


MEMBRANE    23. 
Protection  with  clause  nolumiis  for  one  year  for  John  de  EUerker,  clerk. 

The  like  for  four  years  for  Robert  Hereward,  archdeacon  of  Tanton, 
going  beyond  the  seas. 

He  also  has  letters  nominating  Matthew  de  Crauthom  and  Peter 
de  Shaldeford  his  attorneys  for  four  years. 

John  de  Erie,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating  John  son  of 
John  de  Erie  and  Philip  de  Comerford  his  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

William  de  Caumpvill,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating  John 
de  Couleye  and  Henry  de  Sakevill  his  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of  Seleby 
by  Master  Alan  de  Aslakeby,  parson  of  the  church  of  Staneford-on-Avon, 


15  EDWARD  II.— Part  1. 


1321. 


July  24. 
Westminster. 


July  24. 
Westminster* 


July  20. 
Westminster. 


July  28. 
Westminster. 


July  26. 
Westminster. 


July  26. 
Westminster. 


July  27. 
Westminster. 


July  28. 
Westminster. 


Meinhrane  28 — cant, 

of  a  messuage,  28  acres  1  rood  of  land,  8  roods  of  meadow  and  pasture  for 
four  oxen  in  Staneford  and  Doune,  held  of  the  abbot,  of  the  value  of  10s.  4^/. 
yearly,  as  appears  by  the  inquisition  taken  by  Richard  de  liodeneye, 
escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  in  part  satisfaction  of  the  28i.  yearly  of  land 
and  rent,  which  they  have  licence  to  acquire. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Simon  Constantyn,  Serjeant  of  queen  Isabella,  charged 
by  the  steward  of  her  household  and  the  keeper  of  her  wardrobe  with 
making  purveyances  of  necessaries  for  her  pantry  and  buttery,  at  the  queen's 
expense ;  nothing  is  to  be  taken  of  the  fee  of  the  church.  By  K. 

Licence  for  John  de  Oddinggeseles  of  Lungichinton  and  Emma  his  wife 
to  grant  to  Thomas  de  Grey  of  Cornerd  and  Alice  his  wife,  for  their  lives, 
a  messuage  and  a  carucate  of  land  in  Cavenedish,  held  in  chief.         By  p.s. 

Pardon  of  the  trespass  of  William  de  Carleton,  in  bequeathing,  without 
licence  of  Edward  I  or  of  the  king,  in  mortmain  to  Hervey  le  Keu  a 
tenement  with  houses  built  thereon,  which  he  had  by  the  demise 
of  William  de  Wetheresfeld,  chaplain,  in  the  parish  of  St.  Mary, 
Aldermanbury,  London;  and  of  40.s.  of  quit  rent  receivable  from 
John  Dode  and  his  heirs  in  the  parish  of  Bassieshawe,  London ;  for  the 
maintenance  of  a  chaplain,  to  be  selected  at  the  feast  of  St.  Michael  in 
each  year  by  the  mayor  and  aldermen  of  London  and  four  of  the  better 
known  of  the  said  parish  of  St.  Mary,  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in 
the  church  there  for  the  souls  of  himself,  of  Bartholomew  de  Castello 
and  of  all  the  faithful  departed ;  with  restitution  of  the  same  to  the  said 
Hervey.  By  K. 

Grant  in  frank  almoin  to  the  prior  and  Friars  Preachers  of  Scardeburgh 
of  all  the  land  with  buildings  thereon  in  that  town  adjacent  to  their  area, 
which  the  king  held  of  the  feoffment  of  William  de  Wessington,  tenant 
in  chief.  By  p.s. 

The  prior  of  Lanthony  by  Gloucester  staying  in  England,  has  letters 
nominating  John  David  and  Philip  Bacun  his  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two 
years. 

Arnold  de  Cassarel,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating 
Baymond  de  Rosariis  and  William  de  Derby  his  attorneys  in  Ireland  as 
also  in  England  for  two  years. 

Protection  and  safe  conduct  until  All  Saints  for  the  abbots  of  St.  Just  and 
Marcherof,  of  the  Premonstratensian  order,  coming  on  a  visitation  of  the 
houses  of  that  order  in  England,  and  their  men,  horses  and  harness ; 
provided  they  attempt  nothing  against   the  statute  of  Carlisle.    By  p.s. 

Licence  for  the  burgesses  and  commonalty  of  Eyngeston  on  Hull  to 
strengthen  their  town  with  ditches  and  a  wall  of  stone  and  lime  and  to 
crenellate  the  wall.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Mandate  to  Master  Henry  de  Cantuaria,  king's  clerk,  to  make,  in  con- 
junction with  Masters  Elias  de  Joneston  and  Roger  de  Shefeld,  king's  clerks, 
a  calendar  of  all  letters,  processes,  instruments  and  memoranda  in  the 
Treasury  and  Wardrobe  affecting  the  realm  and  the  king's  lands  in  Ireland, 
Wales  and  Scotland,  after  the  completion  of  the  before-mentioned 
calendar  of  documents  touching  the  duchy  of  Aquitaine.  By  K.  and  C. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  Master  Gilbert  de  la 
Bruere,  clerk,  going  beyond  the  seas. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Roger  de  Northburgh. 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


2321,  Membrane  28 — cont. 

He  also  has  letters  nominating  William  de  Benteleye  his  attorney  for  the 
same  time.  By  E.  on  the  like  information. 

Pardon  to  John  de  Mikclhame  for  acquiring  without  licence  to  him  and 
his  heirs  the  manor  of  Mikelham  and  the  advowson  of  the  church  thereof 
from  Master  Richard  Wodelok,  tenant  in  chief;  with  restitution  of  the 
same.  By  fine  of  100«. 

Pardon  of  the  trespass  of  Hamo  Box,  sometime  citizen  of  London,  in 
bequeathing  without  licence  of  Edward  I  or  of  the  king  in  mortmain 
6  marks  yearly  of  quit  rent  issuing  from  his  whole  tenement  in  the  parish 
of  St.  Michael  on  Cornhull,  London,  which  he  bought  of  Robert  de  Rothynge, 
and  2^  marks  of  rent  issuing  from  the  tenement  of  Peter  de  Wautham,  for 
the  maintenance  of  a  chaplain  celebrating  divine  service  for  the  soul  of 
himself  and  all  the  faithful  departed  in  the  church  of  that  parish  ;  which 
rent  was  taken  into  the  king's  hands  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  escheator 
on  this  side  Trent.  The  said  tenements  are  to  remain  charged  with  the 
said  rents,  and  John  Vivian  and  Margaret  his  wife,  who  now  hold  them,  are 
not  to  be  harassed  by  reason  thereof.  By  K. 

Aug.  1.  Writ  of  aid  for  one  year  for  Peter  Barde,  going  to  divers  parts  with 

Westminster,    a  king's  ship  called  la  Nicholas  on  the  king's  affairs.  By  K. 

July  27.         Presentation  of  Master  Roger  de  Clisseby  to  the  church  of  Hautwysel 
Westminster,    in  the  bishopric  of  Durham.  By  p.s. 

Aug.  2.  Pardon  of  the  trespass  of  John  le  Botener,  the  elder,  citizen  and  mercer 

Westminster,    of  London,  in  alienating  in   mortmain  without  licence  of  Edward  I  or 

the  king,  6  marks  of  quit  rent  receivable  from  his  tenement  with  shops  in 
the  parish  of  St.  Stephen,  Colmanstrete,  London,  for  the  maintenance  of  a 
chaplain  celebrating  divine  service  daily  for  the  souls  of  him  and  of 
Margery  and  Mabel,  his  wives,  and  of  all  the  faithful  departed,  in  the  chapel 
of  St.  Mary,  Lothebiry,  London,  which  rent  has  been  taken  into  the  king's 
hands  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent ;  and  grant 
that  the  said  tenement  may  remain  so  charged,  and  that  his  heirs  be  not 
molested  by  reason  thereof.  By  K. 

Aug.  8.  Protection    for   the  abbey  of  Gumbermere,  which  the  king  has,  at  the 

Westminster,  request  of  the  abbot  and  convent,  committed  by  reason  of  its  impoverishment 
to  the  custody  during  pleasure  of  Robert  de  Notyngham,  king's  clerk ; 
with  the  usual  clause. 

Aug.  4.  Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  the  knights,  jurats,  free  men  and  others  of 

Westminster,  fche  island  of  Gernereye,  for  Gerard  de  Orons,  appointed  to  be  his  deputy 
there  by  Otto  de  Grandissono,  who  holds  for  life  the  custody  of  that  and 
the  adjoining  islands  by  grant  of  Edward  I ;  the  king  having  learned  from 
the  said  Otto  that  many  of  those  parts  have  disregarded  a  previous  writ  to 
the  like  effect ;  with  power  to  the  said  Gerard  to  compel  them  thereto 
by  distraints  and  attaclunents. 


MEMBRANE    22. 


July  20.  Pardon  of  the   trespass  of  Hugh  de  Strubbi  in  bequeathing  without 

Westminster,    licence  of  Edward  I  or  of  the  king  to  Sarra  his  wife  for  life  all  that  tavern 

with  eight  shops  standing  round,  which  he  had  in  the  parish  of  St.  Bride, 
Fletestrete,  London,  and  that  house  with  two  shops  which  he  inhabited 
there,  and  Hs,  of  quit  rent  receivable  from  the  tenement  of  Stephen  de 


16  EDWARD  II.-tABT  1.  9 


1321.  Membrane  22 — cont. 

Auveme,  situated  between  the  said  tavern  on  the  east,  and  the  Flete  river 
on  the  west,  and  6«.  of  quit  rent  receivable  from  the  tenement  of  Richard 
le  Latymer  and  Margery  his  wife,  situated  between  the  tenement  of 
Thomas  le  Hattere  on  the  west,  and  that  of  John  de  Paris  on  the  east ; 
provided  that  she  should  pay  yearly  therefrom  6  marks  8a.  id.  for  the 
maintenance  of  a  chaplain  celebrating  divine  service  daily  in  the  church 
of  St.  Bride,  Fletestrete,  for  the  souls  of  the  said  Hugh  and  all  the  faithful 
departed ;  and  that  after  her  death  the  whole  of  the  premises  should  remain 
to  the  wardens  {custodes)  of  the  said  church  to  find  two  chaplains  to 
celebrate  divine  service  daily  there  for  the  souls  of  the  said  Hugh,  Sarra  his 
wife,  Robert  his  father  and  Alice  his  mother  and  all  the  faithful  departed  ; 
which  premises  were  taken  into  the  king's  hands ;  with  restitution  of  the 
same  to  the  said  wardens.  By  K. 

July  20.  Pardon  to  Henry  le  Scrop  for  acquiring  without  licence  to  him  and  his 

Westminster,    heirs  from  John  de  Nevill  of  Stoke  the  manor  of  Little  Castreton  and  the 

advowson  of  the  church  thereof,  said  to  be  held  in  chief  as  of  the  manor  of 

Eston  by  Staunford.  By  E. 

July  25.         Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 

Westminster.    Newstead  by  Staunford  by  Henry  le  Scrop  of  the  said  advowson  of  the  church 

of  Little  Castreton  ;  and  for  them  to  appropriate  the  church.  By  E. 

Licence  for  the  said  prior  and  convent  to  grant  in  fee  to  the  said  Henry 
all  their  lands  and  tenements  in  Little  Castreton,  said  to  be  held  in  chief  as 
of  the  manor  of  Eston  aforesaid.  By  E. 

July  29.  Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Joan,  late  the  wife  of 

Westminster.    Nicholas  de  Wokyndon. 

July  80.  Mandate  to  Otto  de  Grandissono,  keeper  of  the  Islands  of  Gemereye, 

Westminster.  Gereseye,  Serk  and  Aureneye,  to  surcease  the  delivery,  by  reason  of  erroneous 
judgments,  out  of  his  hands  of  certain  lands,  tenements,  liberties  and  rents 
to  any  of  the  Islanders  and  the  levying  of  certain  sums  of  money ;  if  he 
shall  have  parted  with  any  lands,  &c.  to  the  king's  disherison,  he  is  to 
resume  the  same  into  his  hands  together  with  their  issues  from  the  date  of 
delivery,  and  also  any  sums  of  money  adjudged  in  error  to  the  Islanders  or 
others  as  damages  and  levied  by  them  on  his  goods,  and  to  compel  such 
persons  to  make  full  restitution  to  him  by  distraining  on  the  goods  which 
they  have  in  the  said  Islands.  A  commission  had  been  issued  [2  Edward  U 
Col.  Pat.  Rolls,  p.  ISO]  touching  alleged  encroachments  on  the  rights  of 
the  crown  in  the  said  Islands,  and  at  the  suggestion  of  divers  of  the 
Islanders  that  many  errors,  very  prejudicial  to  them,  existed  in  the  records 
and  processes  of  that  commission,  the  king  issued  a  further  one  [12  Edward  II 
Cal.  Pat.  Piolls,  p.  876]  to  John  de  Stonore,  William  de  Bourne,  Nicholas 
de  Cheyny  and  John  de  Carteret  to  examine  such  records  and  processes  and 
to  correct  errors,  if  any,  and  also  to  bear  and  determine  charges  of  oppression 
and  malpractices  and  all  plaints  against  his  justices,  and  the  baihffs  and 
ministers  of  the  said  Otto.  Representation  was  subsequently  made  that  the 
said  William  de  Bourne,  Nicholas,  and  John  de  Carteret  had  wrongfully 
ordered  divers  lands^  tenements,  liberties  and  rents  to  be  delivered  to  certain 
of  the  Islanders  and  had  in  error  condemned  the  said  Otto  to  pay  great 
sums  of  money  on  account  of  his  having  received  the  issues  of  such  lands, 
whilst  in  his  hands,  and  on  account  of  losses  which  the  Islanders  alleged 
they  had  incurred  through  the  detention  thereof.  On  account  of  these  and 
other  errors,  the  king  had  the  records  and  processes,  together  with  the 
original  writs  and  others  touching  the  business,  brought  before  him,  when 


10 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321. 


July  80. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  1. 

Westminster. 


Aug.  1. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  1. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  7. 
Westminster. 


Membrane  22 — dmt, 

it  was  found  that  the  last  named  commissioners  had  exceeded  the  bounds  of 
their  commission  and  had  in  error  issued  such  order  to  the  king's  disherison 
and  the  prejudice  of  the  said  Otto,  whereat  the  king  was  much  displeased,  as 
upon  the  death  of  the  said  Otto,  the  Islands,  held  by  him  for  life  of  the 
grant  of  Edward  I,  ought  to  revert  to  the  king.  To  prevent  his  own 
disherison,  and  loss  to  the  said  Otto,  the  king  issued  the  above  mandate. 

Grant  to  Joan  de  Vileres,  in  pursuance  of  a  grant  to  her  for  life,  for  her 
services  to  Isabella,  the  king's  consort,  of  100s.  sterling  yearly  from  the 
issues  of  the  county  of  Ponthieu,  then  in  the  queen's  hands,  of 
which  grant  she  has  not  yet  had  the  king's  letters — that  she  henceforth 
shall  receive  the  said  sum  by  the  hands  of  the  receiver  of  Ponthieu. 

ByK. 

Licence  for  Nicholas  de  Grey  to  enfeoff  John  de  Eyrketon  of  his  manor 
of  Barton  in  Rydale,  held  in  chief,  and  for  the  latter  to  regrant  the  same 
in  tail  to  him  and  Agnes  his  wife,  with  remainder  to  the  heirs  of  the  said 
Nicholas.  By  E. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  St. 
Swithun's,  Winchester,  by  John  Waspray  of  8  acres  of  land  in  Husseburn 
Priors,  by  John  de  Shirfeld  of  a  messuage,  a  mill  and  2  acres  of  meadow 
in  Overton  Priors,  held  of  the  prior,  of  the  value  of  6s,  yearly  as  appears 
by  inquisition  taken  by  Richard  de  Rodeney,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent ; 
in  part  satisfaction  of  the  50^  yearly  of  land  and  rent  which,  at  the  request 
of  John  de  Sendale,  then  bishop  elect  of  Winchester,  the  king's  chancellor, 
they  had  licence  to  acquire. 

Pardon  of  the  trespass  of  Roger  le  Bourser  of  Colemanstret,  sometime 
citizen  of  London,  in  bequeathing  in  mortmain  without  licence  of  Edward  I 
or  the  king,  by  his  will  to  Henry  le  Bourser,  son  of  Matilda  de  Forton,  all 
the  houses  which  he  held  by  the  side  of  or  on  the  south  part  of  those 
tenements  which  he  held  in  the  parish  of  St.  Stephen,  Colemanstret, 
London,  by  feoffment  of  Richard  de  Cumpton,  and  which  were  sometime 
of  Tristam  le  Chevereller ;  also  aU  that  tenement  which  he  held  in  the 
same  parish  by  feoffment  of  Robert  de  Meldebourn  ;  to  find  a  chaplain  to 
celebrate  divine  service  daily  for  the  souls  of  him,  Benedict  his  father, 
Alice  his  mother,  Matilda  his  wife,  Joan  his  daughter,  and  all  the  faithful 
departed ;  all  which  houses  and  tenements  had  been  taken  into  the  king's 
hands  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent ;  and  grant 
that  the  premises  may  remain  so  charged.  By  E. 

Philip,  bishop  of  Cork,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating  John 
de  Pembrok  and  John  le  Blound  of  Grene  his  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  one 
year. 


Aug.  2. 

Westminster. 


Aug.  8. 
Westminster. 

July  20. 
Westminster. 


MEMBRANE  21. 

Grant  for  five  years  to  the  burgesses  and  good  men  of  the  town  of 
Eyngeston  upon  Hull  of  murage. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  Baldok. 

Grant  to  queen  Isabella,  of  the  marriage  of  James,  son  and  heir  of 
Robert  de  Ros,  tenant  in  chief,  a  minor.  By  E. 

Prohibition  directed  to  archbishops  and  other  ecclesiastical  persons  against 
permitting  any  persons  by  citations,  provocations,  appellations,  inductions 


16  EDWARD  n.— Part  1. 


11 


1321. 


Aug.  8. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  10. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  7. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  10. 

Westminster. 


Aug.  8. 
Westminster. 


Membrane  21 — coyit, 

or  processes  to'  disturb  Master  Edmund  de  London,  king's  olerk,  in  his 
possession  of  the  archdeaconry  of  Bedeford,  to  which  he  has  been  collated 
by  the  king.  By  K. 

Licence  for  John  de  Ferariis,  a  minor,  to  enter  the  manors  of  Suthho  and 
Eeston,  co.  Huntingdon,  which  are  of  his  inheritance,  in  accordance  with  a 
covenant  for  the  transfer  of  the  custody  of  the  said  manors  to  him  made 
between  him  and  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  elder ;  the  custody  of  these  manors 
the  king  granted  to  the  said  Hugh  until  he  should  have  satisfaction  of  a 
debt  which  the  king  owed  him.  By  p.s. 

Brother  Leo  de  Boma,  master  of  the  hospital  of  the  Holy  Ghost,  Rome, 
staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating  Simon  Fulberd  his  attorney  in 
Ireland  for  two  years. 

Nicholaa,  abbess  of  the  Holy  Trinity,  Caen,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has 
letters  nominating  Peter  de  Garriz  and  Nicholas  le  Mouner  her  attorneys 
in  the  islands  of  Gernereye  and  Jeresey  for  three  years. 

By  fine  contained  in  another  writ. 

John  de  Hastynges,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating  John 
de  Lydgate,  clerk,  and  Simon  Peres  his  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

John  de  Hastynges,  William  de  Burbache,  and  Robert  de  Heyle,  executors 
of  the  will  of  John  de  Hastynges,  staying  in  England,  have  letters 
nominating  the  same  persons  their  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

Pardon  of  the  trespass  of  Thomas  Bomayn,  sometime  citizen  of  London, 
in  making  the  following  bequests  in  mortmain  to  take  effect  after  the 
death  of  Juliana  his  wife,  who  survives  him ;  and  ratification  of  the  same: — 

(1)  All  his  tenements  and  rents  acquired  by  him  and  Juliana,  his  wife, 
in  the  parish  of  St.  Mary,  Wolcherchehawe,  to  the  prioress  and  convent  of 
Haliwell,  to  hold  after  the  death  of  the  said  Juliana,  and  of  Alice  and  Joan, 
their  daughters,  and  of  Cristina  de  Kent,  nuns  of  that  house,  to  find  a 
chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  their  church  for  the  souls 
of  him  and  Juliana,  and  of  their  parents,  relations  and  benefactors,  and  of 
Geoffrey  le  Feryng  and  Robert  Hauteyn  and  all  the  faithful  departed. 

(2)  6  marks  of  rent  receivable  from  the  capital  tenement  acquired  by  them  of 
Roger  son  of  William,  in  the  parish  of  Aldermarichirche,  London,  and  from 
that  whole  tenement,  late  of  Robert  de  Esthalle  and  Joan  his  wife,  in  the 
same  parish,  for  the  maintenance  of  a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service 
daily  in  the  said  church  of  Aldermarichirche  for  the  souls  aforesaid,  to  be 
presented  for  this  purpose  by  the  archbishop  of  Canterbury  after  the  death 
of  John  de  Bureford  and  Roesia  his  wife. 

(8)  14  marks  yearly  of  rent,  receivable  from  that  whole  new  tenement 
which  the  said  Thomas  lately  built  in  that  parish  for  the  maintenance  of 
two  chaplains  to  celebrate  divine  service  for  the  said  souls  in  the  said 
church. 

(4)  20s.  alms  to  the  archbishop  of  Canterbury  and  his  successors, 
receivable  from  the  said  new  tenement  for  the  maintenance  of  the 
same  chantries. 

(5)  6  marks  of  rent  receivable  from  all  the  tenements  which  they  held  in 
the  parish  of  St.  Thomas  the  Apostle,  London,  for  the  maintenance  of  a 
chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  church  of  St.  Thomas  the 
Apostle  for  the  said  souls. 

(6)  6  marks  of  rent  receivable  from  the  whole  tenement,  late  of  Robert 
Hauteyn,  in  the  parish  of  St.  Benet  {Sancti Betiedictipropc  comluitum) fhondoUf 
for  the  maintenance  of  a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the 


12  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321.  Memhrane   21 — cont, 

church  of  St.  Benet  Shorhog,  London,  for  the  said  souls,  to  he  presented 
hy  the  bishop  of  London. 

(7)  12  marks  of  rent  receivable  from  that  whole  tenement  which  they 
held  in  Sopereslane,  London,  for  the  maintenance  of  two  chaplains 
to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  church  of  Aldremariechirche  for  the 
said  souls. 

(8)  Also  he  bequeathed  to  the  bishop  of  London  20s,  of  rent  receivable 
from  the  same  tenement  in  Sopereslane  to  maintain  the  said  chantry. 

(9)  To  the  parson  of  the  church  of  Aldremariechirche  iOs,  of  rent 
to  find  for  the  aforesaid  chaplains  in  that  church,  ecclesiastical  vest- 
ments, chalices,  books,  lights  and  aid  to  celebrate  and  maintain  the 
light  then  begun  in  that  church,  viz. :  18s.  id,  of  rent  arising  from  the 
house  sometime  of  John  Pas  in  the  parish  of  Aldremariechirche  at  the  comer 
of  Gordwanestrete,  ISs,  id,  of  rent  arising  from  the  house  sometime  of 
William  de  Salesbury  in  the  parish  of  All  Hallows,  Bredestrete,  London, 
and  18^.  id,  of  rent  arising  from  the  house  sometime  of  Benedict  le  Taillour 
in  Bredestrete  in  the  same  parish. 

(10)  6  marks  of  rent  receivable  from  a  tenement  which  John  de  Bureford 
and  Roesia  his  wife  hold  in  the  said  parish  of  St.  Thomas,  for  the  main- 
tenance of  a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  church  of 
Clopham  for  the  said  souls,  to  be  presented  by  the  bishop  of  Winchester. 

(11)  6  marks  of  rent  receivable  from  a  tenement  in  Cordewanstrete  late 
of  Robert  de  Upton  for  the  maintenance  of  a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine 
service  daily  in  the  church  of  Lambheth  for  the  said  souls,  to  be 
presented  by  the  archbishop  of  Canterbury  for  the  time  being.  By  E. 

Aug.  11.         Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent   of 
Westminster.    Burnecestre  by  Walter  de  Bumecestre,  clerk,  of  a  messuage,  10  acres  of  land, 

4  acres  of  meadow,  25a.  lOd.  of  rent  in  Orymesbury  and  Warkeworth,  held 
of  the  prior,  and  of  the  value  of  29a.  2d. ;  as  appears  by  inquisition  taken 
by  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent ;  in  part  satisfaction 
of  lOl.  yearly  of  land  and  rent  which  they  had  licence  to  acquire. 

Aug.  81.         Pardon  to  William  Jetour  of  his  outlawry  in  the  county  of  York,  for  not 

Westminster,    appearing  before  the  king  to  answer  Helmyng  de  Osinbrigg  on  a  plea  of 

trespass.  By  secret  seal. 

The  like  to  John  son  of  William  Jetour  of  a  like  outlawry.  By  p.s. 


MEMBRANE    20. 

Aug.  5.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 

Westminster.    Thornton  on  Humbre  by  Richard  de  Wodehalle,  the  elder,  of  a  messuage, 

6  tofts,  1  carucate  and  1  bovate  of  land  in  Barowe,  held  of  the  abbot,  of 
the  value  of  80a.  yearly,  as  appears  by  inquisition  taken  by  Richard  de 
Rodeneye,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent;  in  part  satisfaction  of  10/.  yearly 
of  land  and  rent  which  they  have  licence  to  acquire. 

Aug.  4.  The  like  to  Walter  de  Langeton,  bishop  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  and 

Westminster,    his  successors,   by  John  de  Langeton,  clerk  of  a  place  in  the  parish  of 

St.  Mary  atte  Stronde  without  the  Bar  of  the  New  Temple,  London, 
containing  7  perches  of  land  by  4,  adjoining  the  dwelling-place  of  the  said 
bishop,  for  the  enlargement  of  the  same. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Roger  de  Northburgh. 

Aug.  5.  Inspeximua  and  confirmation  of  letters  patent  of  Aymar  de  Valence,  earl  of 

Westminster.    Pembroke,  lord  of  Weis  [ford]  and  of  Montignak,  dated  5  July  1821,  granting 


16  EDWARD  H.-^Part  1. 


13 


1321. 


Aug.  6. 

Westminster. 


Aug.  4. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  8. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  6. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  8. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  6. 

Westminster. 


Membrane  20 — cont, 

by  the  name  of  dower  to  Damoiselle  Marie,  daughter  of  Quy  de  Castillon, 
sometime  count  of  Seint  Pool,  for  her  life,  the  following  manors,  and 
lands,  viz.,  the  manors  of  Brabourne,  Edgaryntone,  Estsutton,  West- 
sutton,  Bodesdone,  Hertleye,  Meltone  and  Swanescompe,  co.  Kent; 
Dakenham,  Hassingbro,  Esthanyngfeld,  Suthanyngfeld,  Westhanyngfeld, 
Braxstede,  Thoritone,  Fordham,  Bedeswelle,  and  Wallebery,  co. 
Essex;  Eentewelle,  Westlee,  Ixnynge,  and  Beydone,  co.  Suthfolk: 
Oodrestone,  Lexham,  Holkham,  Styvekey,  Saxthorp,  Hokham,  Eere- 
brok,  Wynneferthyng,  Foxle,  Bergh,  Fyleby,  Sutton  and  Possewyk,  co. 
Norfolk ;  to  hold  to  the  said  Marie,  with  all  their  appurtenances, 
except  knights'  fees,  in  lieu  of  any  dower  she  might  have  in  any  of  his 
lands  in  England,  Ireland  and  Wales ;  and  if  these  fall  short  of  the  yearly 
value  of  2,000/.  of  land  and  rent,  the  deficiency  is  to  be  made  up  in 
manors  of  his  conveniently  near,  and  in  such  valuation  the  buildings  and 
houses  thereon  are  not  to  be  reckoned.  Grant  also  that  if  said  Marie  survive 
the  earl,  after  his  death  she  may  hold  the  said  manors  in  dower,  knights, 
fees  excepted,  and  that  she  shall  not  be  harassed  by  the  said  manors  being 
taken  into  the  king's  hands  on  account  of  being  held  in  chief,  or  for  any 
debt  to  the  king.     French.  By  E. 

Presentation  of  Edmund  de  Rammesbury,  chaplain,  to  the  church  of 
Wotton  in  the  diocese  of  Salisbury,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his 
custody  of  the  land  and  heir  of  John  de  Byvers,  tenant  in  chief.       By  p.s. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  St. 
Eatherine's  without  Lincoln  by  Nicholas  de  Bolyngbrok  of  a  messuage  in 
the  suburb  of  Lincoln,  held  of  William  son  of  Nicholas  de  Lincoln,  of  the 
value  of  6s.  yearly,  as  appears  by  inquisition  taken  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye, 
escheator  on  this  side  Trent ;  and  by  William  Duraunt  of  Newerk  of  3 
messuages  and  8  acres  of  land  in  Newerk  and  Houton  by  Newerk,  held  in 
chief,  and  of  the  value  of  10s,  yearly  as  appears  by  inquisition  taken  by  the 
sheriff  of  Nottingham,  in  part  satisfaction  of  40  marks  yearly  of  land  and 
rent  which  they  had  licence  to  acquire. 

Protection  with  clause  volumm  for  one  year  for  John  de  Cogan,  clerk, 
treasurer  of  Ireland,  going  to  Ireland  on  the  king's  business. 

At  another  time  it  was  sealed  by  E.  and  C.  and  renewed  by  p.s. 

Nicholaa,  abbess  of  the  Holy  Trinity,  Caen,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has 
letters  nominating  Roger  de  Gantebri[gia],  chaplain,  and  Philip  Bonvallet, 
clerk,  her  attorneys  for  three  years.  By  fine  of  40s.     Gloucester. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  Master  Thomas  de  Langetoft, 
parson  of  the  church  of  Wygetoft,  by  John  le  Procuratour  of  Wygetoft  of 
8  roods  of  land  there  adjoining  the  dwelling-place  of  the  said  Thomas  for 
the  enlargement  thereof. 

The  abbot  of  St.  Evroul,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating 
Matthew  de  Pilardinton  and  John  Squier  his  attorneys  until  two  years  after 
11  August  next. 

Pardon  of  the  trespass  of  William  Grapefige,  sometime  citizen  of 
London,  in  bequeathing  in  mortmain  by  his  will,  without  licence  of 
Edward  I  or  the  king,  to  Walter  his  son  all  his  rents  and  tenements  in 
London,  except  two  shops  with  solers,  formerly  granted  to  Christina  daughter 
of  the  said  Walter,  and  half  a  mark  of  rent  formerly  granted  to  William  the 
clerk,  to  hold  to  the  said  Walter  and  his  heirs  to  maintain  a  chaplain 
to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  church  of  St.  Stephen  for  the  souls 


14 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321.  Membrane  20 — cont, 

of  the  testator  and  his  parents  and  all  the  faithful  departed ;  which  rents  and 
tenements  had  been  taken  into  the  king's  hands  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye, 
cscheator  on  this  side  Trent ;  and  grant  that  the  premises  may  remain  so 
charged.  By  K. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  St. 
Mary's,  Huntyngdon,  by  John  son  of  Reginald  de  Grey  of  a  messuage,  a 
carucate  of  land,  4  acres  of  meadow,  and  Is.  of  rent  in  Pappeworth  Anneys 
to  find  a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  his  chapel  in  his  manor  of 
Hemmyngford  for  the  souls  of  Matilda  de  Orey,  his  mother,  and  all  the 
faithful  departed.  By  fine  of  40«. 

Aug.  18.         Notification  that  Elias  son  of  Roger  de  Asshebum  of  Dublin  on  Thursday 
Westminster,    after  St.  Laurence  last  appeared  before  the  king  in  his  Chancery  in  good 

health. 


Aug.  8. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  16. 

Westminster. 

Aug.  17. 
Westminster. 


Protection  with  clause  nolumm  for  one  year  for  John  de  Castre  staying 
beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service.  By  K. 

Safe-conduct,  until  Easter,  for  John  Tervint,  merchant  of  Bruges,  trading 
in  the  realm. 


Aug.  14. 

Westminster. 


Aug.  7. 
Westminster. 

Aug.  20. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  20. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  21. 

Westminster. 

Sept.  8. 

Minster  in 

Thanet. 

Aug.  8. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  25. 
Tower  of 

London. 


MEMBRANE  19. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  Eenyl- 
worth  by  John  Lok  and  Robert  Leges  of  a  messuage,  2  virgates  of  land,  and 
1  acre  and  1  rood  of  meadow  in  Radeford  Symely,  and  by  Nicholas  Balle 
of  a  messuage  and  20  acres  of  land  there,  held  of  the  prior,  of  the  value  of 
VJs.  2d.  yearly,  as  appears  by  inquisition  taken  by  Richard  de  Hodeneye, 
escheator  on  this  side  Trent ;  in  part  satisfaction  of  16^.  yearly  of  land  and 
rent  which  they  have  licence  to  acquire. 

Protection  with  clause  nolwnua  for  one  year  for  John  de  Neweland, 
parson  of  the  church  of  Blythesworth. 

Grant,  for  one  year,  at  the  request  of  Philip,  king  of  France  and  Navarre, 
to  the  burgesses  of  St.  Omer,  after  recital  of  the  king's  confirmation  of  the 
exemption  from  arrest  for  debts  granted  to  them  by  his  progenitors,  that 
neither  they  nor  their  goods  shall  be  arrested  for  the  trespasses  of  any  but 
themselves.      [Foedera.]  By  K. 

Safe  conduct,  until  Whitsunday,  for  Edmund  Quarel,  going  with  the 
king's  ship  called  *  la  Blith '  of  Westminster  to  Gascony  to  purvey  wines  for 
the  king.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  R.  de  Northburgh. 

Grant  for  seven  years  to  the  barons,  bailifife  and  good  men  of  Wynchelse 
of  murage  and  pavage.  By  p.s. 

The  like  for  the  barons,  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  Sandwich.  By  p.s. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of  St. 
Augustine's,  Canterbury,  by  Robert  de  Sturreye  of  22  acres  of  land  in 
Sturreye,  of  their  own  fee,  in  exchange  for  other  22  acres  of  land  there. 

Appointment  of  Walter  de  Norwico,  one  of  the  barons  of  the  Exchequer, 
to  the  custody  of  the  Exchequer  until  the  king  shall  have  provided  a 
treasurer ;  Walter,  bishop  of  Exeter,  having  been  discharged  from  the  office 
of  treasurer  of  the  Exchequer,  at  his  own  request. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Roger  de  Northburgh. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  1. 


15 


1321. 


Aug.  21. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  26. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  7. 
Westminster. 


Membrane   1 9  — cont. 

Mandate  to  the  bishop  to  deliver  to  the  said  Walter  the  keys  and  other 
things  touching  that  office.  [Pari,  Writs,] 

Commission  to  W.  bishop  of  Exeter  and  Robert  de  Stokheye  to  inquire 
in  the  counties  of  Somerset,  Dorset,  Cornwall  and  Devon  touching  the 
behaviour  of  bailiffs  of  hundreds  therein,  as  well  of  bailiffs  who  hold 
hundreds  therein  by  the  king's  commission  at  will  or  by  commission  of  the 
sheriffs  of  those  counties,  as  of  other  bailiffs  holding  any  hundreds  therein 
in  fee,  for  life,  or  in  any  other  way ;  and  to  see  that  the  late  statute  of 
Lincoln  touching  such  bailiffs  is  properly  observed  ;  to  remove  those  whom 
they  find  unfit  and  to  appoint  others.  By  C. 

Protection  with  clause  rogamns  for  the  messengers  sent  to  England  to 
collect  alms  by  William  Roberti,  canon  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Mary, 
Rounoevall,  and  proctor  general  in  England  of  the  prior  and  convent  of 
that  place;  in  consideration  of  the  benefits  constantly  given  in  that 
hospital  to  poor  pilgrims  visiting  the  shrine  of  Santiago.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  Adam  de  Everingham  and  Claricia  his  wife,  Bertram 
Fanacourt,  Stephen  de  Soureby,  chaplain,  Robert  de  Digby,  Adam  de 
Langethwait,  Ralph  le  Botiller,  John  Brokeinpeny  of  Roston,  Adam  le 
Clerk  of  Westburgh,  and  John  le  serjant  of  Robert  de  Digby,  of  the 
imprisonment  and  of  what  belongs  to  the  king  by  reason  of  a  novel 
disseisin  committed  against  Hugh  le  Teuler  of  Lincoln,  whereof  they  had 
been  convicted  before  Gilbert  de  Toutheby  and  his  fellows,  justices  of  assize; 
without  prejudice  to  the  damages  adjudged  to  the  said  Hugh  by  reason  of 
the  said  disseisin.  By  p.s. 

Ellen  daughter  of  John  de  Webbeley,  staying  in  Ireland,  has  letters 
nominating  John  son  of  Richard  Cartwright  her  attorney  in  England  for 
two  years. 


Aug.  20. 

Westminster. 


MEMBRANE   18, 

Pardon  to  Humphrey  de  Bohun,  earl  of  Hereford  and  Essex, 
pursuant  to  the  agreement  lately  made  in  Parliament  last  Midsummer,  of  any 
actions  by  reason  of  anything  done  against  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  son,  and 
Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  father,  between  1  March  and  19  August  last. 
French,    [Pari,  WriU  ;  and  Fcedera,  where  the  reference  is  given  to  m.  16.] 

By  K.  and  C. 

The  like  to  the  following  : — 
Roger  de  Mortemer  of  Wyggemor. 
Roger  de  Mortemer  of  Chyrk. 
Roger  Damory. 
Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere. 
John  de  Moubray. 
John  Giffard  of  Brymmesfeld. 


John  de  Garenne,  earl  of  Surreye. 
Hugh  Daudele,  the  father. 
Hugh  Daudele,  the  son. 
Richard  de  Grey  of  Codenouere. 

[Pari.  Wnts,] 


Aug.  20. 
Westminster,    pursuant 


The  like  to  Henry  le  Tyeys,  as  one  of  the  followers  of  Roger  Dammory, 
rsuant  to  a  letter  of  the  said  Roger  testifying  the  same.      [Pari.  Wfits.] 

The  like  to  the  following  on  the  testimony  of  the  said  Roger  Dammory : — 
Nicholas  de  Percy.  Roger  de  Burefeld. 

Robert  de  Cheddeworth.  Robert  do  Neuburgh. 

John  de  Pederton.  John  de  Louthe. 

Hugh  de  Lokcoumbe.  John  Mandut, 


16 


CALENDAB  OP  PATENT  BOLLS. 


1321. 


Meanbrane  18 — cont. 


Sept.  25. 
Westmiiitter. 

Aug.  26. 
Westminster. 


Sept.  25. 
Westminster. 


John  le  Boos. 

Robert  Darre  of  Sutbury. 

Richard  de  Honewyk. 

Richard  de  Reaeshale. 

Henry  de  Trillowe. 

Richajrd  le  Homer  of  Roiston. 

Robert  de  Shawe. 

John  de  Wytham. 

John  de  Typerton  of  Sabryches- 

worth. 
Alan  de  Rede. 
James  le  Porter. 
John  Knyvet  of  Sutbury. 
John  de  Geney  of  Petit  Byrde- 

feute. 
John  de  Hugeford. 
Richard  de  la  Sale. 
Alexander  Skalebrok. 
John  de  Burefeld. 
John  Athelard. 
Gilbert  de  Burefeld. 
John  de  Staunden. 
Roger  de  Percy. 
John  le  Brun. 
William  de  Demeford. 
Hugh  de  Fenmon. 
William  de  Stratton. 
Master  Rees  ap  Howel. 
Adam  Alman. 
William  de  Welles. 
John  fiz  Reinald  de  Cors. 
Oillard  de  Welles. 
John  Luterel. 
William  Durant. 
Thomas  Waryn  of  Dymmok. 
Roger  Fotman. 
John  de  Louth. 
Andrew  de  Louth. 
Henry  de  Wilyngton. 
^Robert  Beaupel. 
John  de  SuUigh. 

John  de  Chelreye. 

Hugh  Lanfoiz. 

John  de  Flory,  son  of  John 

de  Flory. 
John  de  Legete. 
John  de  Kyngeston. 

Geoffrey  le  Wanoy. 

Thomas  Hurstal  of  Fothelesoote. 


Simon  de  Ralegh. 
Ralph  Beaupel. 
William  fiz  Robert. 
Hugh  de  Chaumbemoun. 
John  Godard. 
John  le  Frend  le  fitz. 
John  le  Fox. 
John  de  Beauchaump. 
Richard  de  Louches. 
Druet  Dane. 

Richard  de  Willeamescote. 
Maurice,  lord  of  Berkeleye. 
Maurice  de  Berkeleye  le  fuiz. 
John  de  Beaumond. 
William  Beaumond. 
Robert  Morgan. 
Alexander  de  Seint  John. 
Henry  Cosyn. 
Thomas  de  Huntele. 
John  de  Caerdif . 
John  de  Fryvill. 
Edward  Mautravers. 
John  de  Golthorp. 
Robert  de  Burefeld. 
Edmund  Danvers. 
Guilmin  Gloont. 
Ralph  de  Charpenham. 
Nicholas  de  Clubrryngworth. 
John  Imme. 
John  de  Fokerham. 
John  de  Louecanore. 
John  de  Holt,  clerk. 
Henry  Pykard. 
Alan  Petyt. 
Philip  le  Someter. 
Roger  Imme. 
John  Byschop. 
Edmund  de  la  Beche. 
Richard  Bischop. 
Robert  de  la  Beche. 
William  de  Whitefeld. 


William  de  la  More. 

Reginald  Gose. 

John  Maudoit,  son  of  Waryn 

Maudoit. 
Boeges  de  Knovyle. 

William  de  la  Weye. 


Aug.  25. 
Westminster. 

Sept.  15. 
Westminster. 


John  de  Rolleby. 

John  Mautravers,  the  younger. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Part  1. 


17 


1321. 


Aug.  20. 
WefltmiDster. 


Membrane  18 — cont. 

The  like  for  the  following  on  the  testimony  of  Roger  de  Mortymer  of 
Wygemore : — 

Edmund  Hakelute.  John  de  Budeneweye. 

Robert  de  Harleye.  Richard  de  Chalbenore. 

Makelom  de  Harleye.  Thomas  do  Astleye. 

Peter  Kakelutel  (sic).  Thomas  de  la  Bere. 
Philip  de  Baggesouere. 


Sept.  14. 

Peter  de  Lymesy. 

Henry  lUary. 

Shotley. 

Philip  de  Barinton. 

Sept.  24. 

John  de  Preston. 

William  Bacoun  of  Ehelderton. 

WestTOinster. 

John  Peytevyn. 

William  de  la  Lynde. 

Richard  de  Middelton. 

Thomas  Scot. 

Gilbert  de  Asshe. 

John  le  Fauconer. 

John  de  Sarnesfeld. 

Roger  son  of  Roger  de 

John  de  Broindon. 

Hauberdeyn. 

Ralph  le  Venour. 

Ralph  de  Luston. 

William  de  Dorston. 

Gregory  de  Foxwode. 

Thomas  le  Porter. 

Sept.  14. 

Saer  de  Rocheford. 

Shotley. 

Sept.  24. 

Roger  de  Chenney  the  son. 

Robert  de  Harleye. 

WeBtminster. 

Thomas  Petit. 

Henry  de  Mortimer. 

Roger  de  Estham. 

John  Wyard. 

Nicholas  de  Somery. 

Thomas  de  Seint  Clere. 

John  de  GrimehuU. 

John  de  Felton. 

William  Bisshop. 

William  de  Eggedon. 

Richard  Penebrugg. 

William  Vyneges. 

Geoffrey  Beufo. 

Henry  Marmyon. 

John  Boterel. 

Adam  Darraz. 

Philip  de  Chenneye. 

John  de  Kyngton. 

John  du  Chastel  Richard. 

Roger  de  Chenney. 

Sept.  25. 

John  de  Cheverel. 

Thomas  de  Berkeleye. 

WestminBter. 

Walter  de  Wyk. 

Gilbert  Dane. 

John  de  Leycestre. 

Thomas  Arthur. 

John  Perceval. 

William  de  Leycestre. 

The  like  for  the  following  on  the  testimony  of  John  de  Garenne,  earl  of 
Surrey : — 


Aug.  20. 

WestminBter. 


John  de  Thornhill. 
Ralph  de  Cobham. 
Stephen  Piers,  *ser jaunt.' 
Peter    de    Seint    John    of 

Laugham. 
William  Maignard. 
Maurice  de  Dorkyng. 
Walter  son  of  Humphrey. 
Walter  Foul*. 
Peter  Pirye. 

24962 


Edward  Blount. 

Richard  de  Frekebergh. 

Henry  atte  Welde. 

Philip  atte  More. 

John  atte  Redeston. 

Robert  de  Hagham. 

John  de  Hagham. 

Robert  de  Weston  of  Dorkingh. 

William  Duuk  of  Dorking. 

John  de  Seint  John  of  Lagham. 

B 


18 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321. 


Membrane  18 — cont. 


The  like  for  the  following  on  the  testimony  of  Sir  Hugh  Daudele,  the 


son : — 


Aug.  20. 
WestmiDster. 


Aug.  20. 
Westminster. 


Sept.  25. 
Westminster. 


John     son     of    Thomas     de 

Colepeper. 
John  son  of  Ralph  le  Mareschal. 
Thomas    de    Blakebrok    of 

Ealdyng. 
Thomas  Colepeper. 
Richard  de  Lymesy. 
Francis  de  Aldham. 
Philip  de  Nevill,  the  son. 
Ralph  de  Greystok. 
Richard  de  Lymesy. 
Francis  de  Aldham. 
Philip  de  Nevill. 
Robert  de  Seintpol. 
Robert  de  Hilton. 
William  de  Cheynay. 
John  de  Twyford. 
Nicholas  de  Langeford. 
Robert  de  Dutton. 
Edmund  le  Wasteneys. 
Nicholas  de  Bonevill. 
Thomas  de  Boulton. 
Maurice  de  Berkeleye,   the 

younger. 


William  de  Berkeroles. 
John  le  Rous. 
William  de  Ros. 
Thomas  Larcher. 
Thomas  de  Nevill. 
Richard  Mydisprot. 
John  Daunay. 
W^illiam  de  la  Haye. 
William  atte  Welde. 
John  Dogat. 
Nicholas  de  la  Marche. 
Nicholas  de  Pekynghull. 
John  de  Berwes. 
Walter  de  Chesthunt. 
John  de  Appelby. 
Robert  de  Pyncebek. 
John  le  Parker. 
Edmund  de  Bisshopeston. 
John  de  Plumpton. 
Llewelin  ap  Yvor. 
Howel  ap  Hereward. 
Adam  ap  David. 
Roger  de  Ruylle. 


Sept.  27. 

Westminster. 


The  like  for  the  following  on  the 

Robert  de  Walkefare,  'double.' 
John  Botetourt. 
Thomas  Gobion. 
Gilbert  de  Kelshull. 
Richard  de  Pertenhale. 
Thomas  Buttetourte. 
Ralph  de  Epplynden. 
John  Gififard. 
Meurik  ap  Rees. 
William  de  Caynes. 
AVilliam  Wyne. 
Richard  de  Reppes. 
John  Corzoun. 
Thomas  de  Tounleye. 

Philip  ap  Howel. 
Roger  de  Radenore. 
John  de  Boclyngton. 
Robert  Marty n. 
John  ap  Res. 
Gilbert  de  Walkefare. 
John  Egelyn. 
Thomas  de  Baskervill. 
Ralph  Levelaunce. 

Simon  de  Congham. 
Henry  de  Leyburne. 


testimony  of  the  earl  of  Hereford : — 

Howel  ap  Yevan. 

Roger  Trumwyn,  the  younger, 

Philip  de  Clanevogh. 

Adam  de  Rothyng. 

Richard  le  Denne. 

John  Trumwyn. 

Robert  de  la  Lee. 

Edmund  de  Bohun. 

Robert  Brutyn. 

John  Hastang. 

Walter  le  Seeler. 

Adam  le  Ferrour. 

W^alter  de  Finchingfeld. 


John  de  Baverton. 
John  de  Ros. 
Richard  de  Baskervill. 
John  de  Bret. 
Thomas  ap  Eynon. 
Peter  de  Denardeston. 
Robert  de  W^alsyngham. 
William  ap  Res. 


Thomas  le  Pestour. 


15  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  1. 


19 


1321. 


Membrane    18 — eont. 

The  like  for  the  following  on  the  testimony  of  Roger  de  Mortymer,  of 
Chirk  :— 


Aug.  20. 

Westminster, 


Aymer  Pauncefot. 
Hugh  de  Temede. 
Hugh  Godard. 
Roger  Ruflfayn. 
Thomas  Godard. 
Hugh  de  Colham. 
John  de  Mershton. 


Master  Richard  de  Middelton. 

Roger  Trumwyn,  the  elder. 

James  Trumwyne. 

Lewis  de  Mortemer. 

John  Cam. 

John   de  Hinkele. 

David  Trumwyne. 


The  like  to  the  following  on  the  testimony  of  John  Giffard  of  Brym- 
mesfeld  : — 


Aug.  20. 
Westminster. 


Sept.  25. 
Westminster. 


Thomas  Maudyt. 

Thomas  de  Byngham. 

Thomas  de  Baddesleyc. 

William  son  of  Waryn. 

John  de  Grymstede. 

Edward  Escote. 

Giles  de  Estcote. 

John  de  Ansloye. 

Robert  de  la  Sale  of  Prestbury, 

Peter  de  Grimstede. 

Robert  de  Coventre. 

Peter  de  la  Mare. 

John  de  Wrockeshale. 

John  de  Acton. 

John  de  Brokenberugh. 

Roger  de  Budeston. 

Adam  Marcel. 

Niel  de  Brinshope. 

Walter  de  Skidemore. 

Peter  de  Skidemore. 

Robert  de  Brokenberugh. 

Ma[h]eu  Iwayn. 

William  de  Syde. 

John  Kene  of  Upton. 

William  de  Gryndenham. 
Thomas  le  Rede. 
William  de  Wauton. 


William  de  Boysham. 
Robert  Gille. 
John  de  Wylyngton. 
Robert  Selyman. 
John  de  Bishopesdon. 
Richard  de  Langeford. 
William  de  Warmeleye. 
Thomas  Lestraunge. 
Thomas  le  Faukoner. 
John  de  la  Chaumbre. 
Ralph  de  Wylyngton. 
John  Kyng. 
John  de  Petrosmor. 
John  le  Faukoner. 
Gilbert  de  Tyneden. 
Ralph  de  Farleye. 
Simon  de  Baddesleye. 
Richard  le  Keu. 
John  de  Anne. 
Peter  Priketo. 
Hugh  Rossel. 
John  Baldewyne. 
John  Turpyn. 
Seysel  le  Rouz. 

Robert  de  Bury. 
Nicholas  de  Gryndenham. 


Sept.  22. 
Hodleigb. 


Sept.  25. 
Westminster. 


Sept.  24. 
Westminster. 


William  le  Heyr. 


Richard  de  Langeford. 


The  like  to  the  following  on  the  testimony  of  Henry  le  Tyeys : — 

Richard  de  Emesheved.  Henry  Emesheved. 

Robert  de  Par.  John  de  Scalebrok. 

Adam  de  Kenyan.  Richard  de  Lauton. 

William  de  Femilie.  Henry  de  Ekeleston. 

The  like  to  the  following  on  the  testimony  of    Richard  de   Grey   of 
Codenouere : — 


William  son  of  William. 


John  de  Shirfeld. 


20 


CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321. 


Aug.  20. 
Westminster. 


MEMBRANE  17. 


The  like  to  the  following  on  the  testimony  of  John  de  Moubray  : — 


Henry  son  of  Hugh. 
Robert  de  Pirpount. 
Nicholas  de  Hewyk. 
Randolph  Smalwode. 
Nicholas  de  Topclif. 
Peter  de  Notyngham. 
Richard  de  Treton. 
John  Moigne. 
John  le  Coupere. 
Robert  le  Ferour. 
John  Mauleverer. 
John  Haunsard. 
John  de  la  Fourmerie. 
Ingram  Germeyne. 
William  Drury  of  Belton. 
Richard  de  Holand. 
John  de  Laybume. 
Robert  Crak. 
William  de  Kijkeby. 
Eustace  de  Hardeshull. 
Adam  le  Armerer. 


Bego  de  Bayouse. 

Hugh  de  Eland. 

Richard  Bowet. 

Roger  do  Neumarche. 

John  de  la  Ryvere. 

Walter  de  Brunham. 

John  de  Ey\'ill  of  Anstane. 

Richard  de  Toppeclif . 

John  de  Leghton. 

John  le  Barber  of  Catthorp. 

John  Mange vilayn. 

Roger  de  Wetewode. 

Stephen  Baret. 

William  Crak. 

William  de  Shefeld. 

John  de  Burgoyne,  *chaumber. 

leyn.* 
John  de  Cestrefeld. 
WiUiam  Blodde. 
Nicholas  de  Holdene. 
John  de  la  Mare. 


Sept.  24. 

Westminster. 


Sept.  25. 
Westminster. 


John  son  of  Eudo  de  Barton. 


Robert  son  of  Eudo  de  Barton. 


The  like  to  the  following  on  the  testimony  of  Roger  de  Clifford  : — 


Nicholas  Prowet. 
Richard  le  Shorte. 
Nicholas  atte  Asshe. 
Henry  de  Hoke. 
Henry  le  Bugh'. 
William  Davy. 
John  de  Landplou. 
John  Gentil. 
Miles  le  Frankleyn. 
Roger  de  Stanmere. 
Gilbert  de  Berewyk. 
John  Fomot. 
Thomas  de  Beauchaump. 
Alan  de  Hauvile. 
Thomas  de  W^ake. 
John  Syward. 
William  de  Horsham. 


Nicholas  de  Hauvile. 
John  de  Stirkeland. 
Maonsel  de  Andron. 
Walter  de  Kirkebryde. 
John  Burel. 
Robert  Lengleis. 
William  Lengleis. 
Robert  de  Bampton. 
William  Smart. 
Nicholas  le  Pestour. 
Anthony  de  Lucy. 
Walter  de  Molecastre. 
Robert  de  Molecastre. 
Hugh  de  Loughre. 
John  de  Orreton. 
Roger  de  Brounwaldesheved. 


Sept.  25. 

Westminster. 


The  like  to  the  following  on  the  testimony  of  Bartholomew  de 
Badelesmere : — 

Malcolm  de  Slamondeshey. 

All  these  letters  of  acquittance  are  annulled  and  cancelled  by  force  of  a 
Statute  made  in  the  Parliament  at  York  three  weeks  after  Easter  15 
Edward  II,  which  Statute  is  enrolled  in  the  roll  of  Statutes  in  the  month  of 
May  15  Edward  II.     French.  [Pari.  Writs.] 


16  EDWARD   II.— Part  1.  21 


■iQ9|  MEMBRANE   16. 

Aug.  12.         Protection   with    clause   ywlnmnH   for    one    year   for   Master  Adam  de 
Westminster.    Ayremynne,  parson  of  the  church  of   Gairgrave. 

Aug.  20.  Pardon,  with  the  assent  of  the  Parliament  held  three  weeks  after 
Westminster.  Midsummer,  to  John  de  Moubray,  knight,  for  resisting  Richard  de  Foxcote, 
sub-escheator  in  the  county  of  Gloucester,  so  that  the  sub-eschcator  was 
unable  to  take  into  the  king's  hand  the  land  of  Gower  in  the  March  of 
Wales,  which  the  said  John  had  acquired  without  licence  from  AVilliam 
de  Brewosa,  who  held  it  in  chief,  and  which  for  that  trespass  the  king  had 
commanded  to  be  taken  into  his  hands  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  escheator 
on  this  side  Trent ;  pardon  also  to  all  aiders  and  abettors  of  the  said  John. 

ByK. 

Aug.  20.         Pardon  to  the  said  John  de  Moubray  for  so  acquiring  the  said  land ;  with 
Westminster,    restitution  of  the  same.  By  K. 

Aug.  20.  Release    to  Bartholomew  de    Badelesmere  of    any  actions    or   claims 

Westminster,    incurred  by  him  by  reason  of  a  certain  writing,  whereby  he  had  bound 

himself  in  penalties  to  perform  the  affairs  therein  specified,  or  if  he  should 

reveal  them.     French,      [Fcedera ;  Pari,  Writs,']  By  K.  and  C. 

Aug.  26.         Protection  during  pleasure  for  the  guardian  and  friars  of  the  order  of 
Westminster.   Minors,  Lincoln.  By  K. 

Aug.  25.  Mandate  to  John  de  Penereth,  constable  of  the  castle  of  Herbotle,  to 

Westminster,  deliver  the  said  castle  to  the  sheriff  of  Northumberland,  whom  the  king  has 
commanded  to  receive  and  thoroughly  destroy  the  castle,  and  he  wishes 
that  the  agreement  entered  into,  when  treating  for  a  final  peace  with 
Robert  de  Brus  in  whose  hands  the  castle  then  was  and  who  surrendered  it 
to  the  king's  envoys,  should  be  observed,  viz.  that,  if  peace  were  not  con- 
cluded before  Michaelmas  next,  the  castle  should  be  destroyed,  or  else 
delivered  up  to  the  said  Robert  de  Brus  before  that  date.  By  K.  and  C. 

Vacated  because  otherwise  below. 

Mandate  to  the  sheriff  of  Northumberland  to  receive  the  castle  from  the 
said  constable  and  with  his  advice  and  that  of  other  lieges  of  those  parts 
to  cause  it  to  be  thoroughly  destroyed.  By  K.  and  C. 

Vacated  as  above, 

July  8.  Licence,  after  inquisition   atl  quod  damnum   made   by    the  sheriff  of 

Westminster.    Gloucester,  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Andrew  Pendok  to  John  de 

Chiltenham,  parson  of  the  church  of  St.  Michael,  Gloucestre,  of  a 
messuage  in  Gloucestre,  adjacent  to  the  said  church,  and  of  5  marks  of 
rent  in  the  same  town,  held  in  chief,  to  hold  to  him  and  his  successors  by 
the  usual  services,  viz.  the  messuage  for  a  chapel  to  be  built  in  honour  of 
St.  Mary  the  Virgin  for  the  enlargement  of  the  said  church,  and  the  said 
rent  to  find  a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  said  chapel 
for  the  souls  of  the  king's  progenitors,  kings  of  England,  the  king's  soul, 
and  also  for  the  souls  of  the  said  Andrew  and  Isabella  his  wife,  Robert 
Pope,  and  their  ancestors  and  all  the  faithful  departed. 

By  fine  of  6  marks. 

Aug.  25.         Mandate  to  John  de  Penereth,  constable  of  the  castle  of  Herbotel,  after 

Westminster,    recital  of  the  agreement  made  between  the  king's  envoys  and  Robert  de 

Bruys,  to  destroy  the  said  castle  before  Michaelmas  next.     The  sheriff  of 

Northumberland  is  to  assist  him  with  the  posse  and  men  of  the  county  as 

the  constable  shall  direct.     [Fiedera,]  By  K.  and  C. 


22  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


J321  Membrane  16 — cant. 

Aug.  25.  Writ  of  aid  in  pursuance  to  the  said  sheriff  commanding  him  to  assist 

Westminster.    ^^i^\^  jjjg  ^^^^^  g^^^J  ^Yiq  men  of  the  said  county  at  the  destruction  of  the 

castle.  By  K.  and  C. 

Mandate  to  the  said  sheriff  to  be  present  in  person  assisting  and  so  to 

bear  himself  that  there  shall  be  no  default,  or  negligence  on  his  part. 

Mandate  to  Roger  de  Horsele  to  advise  and  assist  so  that  the  castle  may 
be  destroyed  in  the  best  and  most  secret  manner. 

The  like  to  Gilbert  de  Burghdon  and  Richard  de  Emeldon,  separately. 
[Fceilera.] 

Aug.  26.  Appointment  of  Roger  de  Burthorp,  in  the  room  of  Walter  Wogan,  whom 

Westminster,    the  king  had  appointed  to  hold  the  king's  pleas  that  follow  the  justiciary  of 

Lreland  and  who  is  staying  in  Whales,  to  hear  and  determine  such  pleas 

until  the  return  of  the  said  Walter  into  Ireland.     During  that  time,  the 

said  Roger  is  to  receive  the  usual  fee.  Renewed  by  the  roll. 

Aug.  26.  Safe-conduct,  until  Christmas,  for  John  Griffun,  king's  Serjeant,  sent  to 

Westminster.    Norfolk,  Suffolk  and  Lincoln  to  pur\'ey  herring  and  other  fish  for  the 

Household  against  Lent. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Roger  de  Northburgh. 

Writ  of  aid,  for  one  year,  for  Peter  de  Monte  Pesulano,  king's  serjeant, 
purveying  spices  and  other  things  pertaining  thereto. 

By  K.  on  the  like  information. 

Aug.  21.  Simple  protection  without  clause   for  two  years  for   William  Aylmer, 

Westminster,    parson  of  the  church  of  Dadynton,  which  is  of  the  king's  patronage. 

By  p.s. 

Aug.  26.  William  de  Ayremynne,  prebendary  of  Newxastle  by  Lyons  {de  Castm 

Westminster.    Leonis)  in  the  church  of  St.  Patrick,  Dublin,  staying  in  England,  has  letters 

nominating  WiUiam  de  Bardelby,  clerk,  his  attorney  in  Ireland  for  two 
years. 

John   de    Tunstall,    parson    of  the    church    of    Youghel,    staying    in 
England,  has  letters  nominating  Michael  de  Bristoll  his  attorney. 

Sept.  8.  William  de  Jarewell  and  Robert  de  Thornton,  monks  of  Peterborough 

Sturry.        bringing  letters  of  the  chapter  announcing  the  death  of  Godfrey,  late  abbot, 

have  letters  for  the  prior  and  convent  of  licence  to  elect.  By  p.s. 


MKMBRASK    15. 

Aug.  18.         Licence  for  Lucy  late  the  wife  of  Robert  Mautravers  to  enfeoff  John  son 

Westminster,    of  Robert  Mautravers  of  a  messuage,  2  mills,  a  carucate  and  80  acres  of 

land,  10  acres  of  meadow,  10  acres  of  pasture,  200  acres  of  wood  and  20s, 

of  rent  in  Crowelle,  and  the  advowson  of  the  church  of  that  town,  held  in 

chief.  By  fine  of  408. 

Aug.  8.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 

Westminster.  Thame  by  Edmund  Maubaunk  of  a  messuage  in  Fletestrete  in  the  parish 
of  St.  Bride,  in  the  suburb  of  London,  held  of  the  bishop  of  Salisbury,  of 
the  value  of  80.s'.  yearly  as  appears  by  inquisition  made  by  Richard  de 
Rodeneye,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  in  part  satisfaction  of  a  licence 
to  acquire  20  marks  yearly  of  land  and  rent,  to  find  a  chaplain  to  celebrate 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  1. 


23 


1321. 


Aug.  24. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  25. 
Westminster. 

Aug.  24. 
Westminster. 


Aug.  26. 
Westminster. 


Sept.  7. 
Sandwich. 


Sept.  6. 
Sandwich. 

Sept.  24. 
Westminster. 

Aug.  16. 
Westminster. 


Sept.  7. 

Minster  in 

Thanet. 


Sept.  7. 
Sandwich. 


Sept.   12. 
Harwich. 


Membrane  16 — cont, 

divine  service  daily  in  the  abbey  of  Thame  for  the  good  estate  of  Isabella, 
the  queen  consort,  and  the  said  Edmund,  and  for  the  soul  of  the  said 
Edmund  after  his  death,  and  for  the  souls  of  his  ancestors  and  all  bene- 
factors and  the  faithful  departed. 

Writ  of  aid,  during  pleasure,  for  William  Roberti,  canon  of  the  hospital 
of  St.  Mary,  Rouncevall,  appointed  proctor  in  England  of  that  hospital  for 
the  recovery  of  their  lands  and  rents,  as  it  appears  that  upon  the  death  of 
John  de  Rouncevall,  their  late  proctor,  not  being  aware  of  his  death  they 
did  not  appoint  a  new  proctor,  wars  and  other  impediments  hindering  them, 
so  that  their  lands  and  rents  were  taken  by  divers  men.  By  K. 

John  de  Langeton,  going  on  the  king's  service  to  Wales,  has  letters 
nominating  Adam  de  Garboldesham  his  attorney  in  England  for  one  year. 

Francis  Jamore  of  the  society  of  the  Peruchi  of  Florence,  staying  beyond 
seas,  has  letters  nominating  Robert  de  Marbek,  and  William  de  Catherton 
his  attorneys  for  two  years. 

Nicholas  de  Cheygny,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating  Henry 
de  Trente  and  Nicholas  Neyrun  his  attorneys  in  the  islands  of  Gernery 
and  Jereseye  for  one  year. 

Appointment  until  further  order  of  Geoffrey  de  Somersete,  sub-prior  of 
Bermundeseye,  and  William  de  Alingeo,  parson  of  the  church  of  Newenton, 
to  the  custody  of  the  priory  of  Bermundeseye,  the  prior  and  convent  thereof 
having  complained  that  as  regards  Master  Robert  de  Haselshawe,  provost 
of  Wells,  and  John  de  Lodelowe,  monk  of  the  said  priory,  lately  appointed 
keepers,  the  former  takes  no  part  and  the  latter  does  not  behave  well  in  the 
custody  thereof. 

Protection  with  clause  royamus  for  two  years  for  the  master  and  brethren 
of  the  hospital  of  St.  Anthony  staying  in  England. 

The  like  for  the  master  and  brethren  of  the  house  of  St.  Leonard, 
Bedeford. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  certain  persons  in  the  present  Parliament  at 
Westminster,  to  Richard  Bouet  of  Souleby,  for  the  death  of  Nicholas 
son  of  Nicholas  de  Musgrave,  of  Souleby,  and  of  any  consequent  outlawry. 

Byp.s.  [5778.] 

The  like  to  William  Bouet  of  Souleby  for  the  death  of  the  said  Nicholas. 

Release  to  Robert  de  Staunton,  in  consideration  of  his  services  to  queen 
Isabella,  and  of  his  bringing  nfews  of  her  delivery  of  Joan,  the  king's 
daughter,  of  80/.  out  of  the  180Z.  wherein  he  is  bound  at  the  Exchequer ; 
and  as  to  the  residue,  grant  of  respite  at  will.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  treasurer  and  barons  of  the  Exchequer. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  the  prior  of  Gyseburn. 

The  like  for  John  de  Percebrigg  staying  in  the  Chancery  by  the  king's 
command. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  Thomas  Cobbe. 

Presentation  of  John  de  Crokeseston  to  the  church  of  Yerlyngton  in  the 
diocese  of  Bath  and  Wells,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the 
land  and  heir  of  William  de  Monte  Acuto,  tenant  in  chief.  By  p.s. 


24 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


ii 


1321. 

Sept.  15. 

Harwich. 

Sept.  12. 
Harwich. 


Sept.  25. 
Westminster. 


Sept.  24. 
Westminster. 

Sept.  27. 

Westminster. 

Sept.  26. 
Westminster. 

Sept.   28. 
Westminster. 


Sept.  29. 

Tower  of 

London. 


Sept.  25. 
Westminster. 


Sept.  29. 

Tower  of 

London. 


Oct.  2. 

Tower  of 

London. 

Sept.  80. 

Tower  of 

London. 


il 


Sept.  30. 

Tower  of 

London. 

Oct.  1. 

Tower  of 

London. 

Oct.  6. 
Porchester 


Membrane   15 — emit. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  Master  Edmund  de 
London,  dean  of  the  king's  free  chapel  in  the  castle  of  Hastings. 

I'^xomption,  for  life,  at  the  request  of  Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  for  Nicholas 
Bonde  of  Freston,  from  being  put  on  assizes,  juries  or  recognitions. 

By  p.s. 

Presentation  of  Roger  de  Sutton  to  the  church  of  Northcolyngham  in 
the  diocese  of  York,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  voidance  of  the  abbey 
of  Peterborough.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  nolnmm  for  one  year  for  John  de  Marton,  parson 
of  the  church  of  Westtillebrok. 

The  like  for  one  year  for  John  de  Hemmyngburgh,  parson  of  the  church  of 
Middelton. 

Roger  de  Sutton,  clerk,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating 
William  de  Bardelby,  clerk,  his  attorney  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

Presentation  of  Master  Hugh  de  Hacford  to  the  church  of  Great  Lyne- 
ford,  in  the  diocese  of  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody 
of  the  land  and  heir  of  Edmund  le  Botyller,  tenant  in  chief.  By  p.s. 

The  like  of  Walkelin  de  Asshemaresbrok  to  the  church  of  Clopton,  in  the 
same  diocese,  void  by  the  resignation  of  Philip  de  Warle,  the  late  rector,  in 
the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  voidance  of  the  abbey  of  Peterborough. 

By  p.s. 

The  like  of  Master  Richard  de  Herlawe  to  the  church  of  Newenham,  in 
the  diocese  of  Hereford,  void  by  the  resignation  of  John  de  Lyndewode,  the 
late  rector.  By  p.s. 

The  like  of  Master  John  de  Gloucestre  to  the  church  of  Welleford,  in  the 
diocese  of  Worcester,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  voidance  of  the 
priory  of  Derhurst.  By  p.s. 

Notification  of  the  admission  by  the  king  upon  presentation  to  him  by 
the  burgesses  of  Oxford  of  John  de  Duglinton,  burgess  of  Oxford,  as  mayor 
of  the  town.  By  K. 

Protection  for  one  year  for  William  de  Thunneyk,  king's  clerk,  going  to 
the  county  of  Derby  on  the  affairs  of  Gauselinus  Johannis,  cardinal  priest  of 
SS.  ^Marcellinus  and  Peter. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Walter  de  Bello  Campo  to  the  custody 
of  the  castle  of  Drosselan.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Chirk,  justice  of  Wales,  to  deliver 
the  castle  together  with  its  armour,  victuals,  &c.  to  him  by  indenture. 

Vacated  because  otheririse  on  the  Fine  Hull. 

Safe-conduct,  until  Martinmas,  for  Master  John  de  Mildenhale,  king's 
Serjeant,  whom  the  king  is  sending  to  bring  horses  into  England  from 
beyond  the  seas.  By  K. 

The  like,  until  Easter,  for  Garsias  de  Shee,  yeoman  of  Master  Peter 
Galiciensis,  treasurer  of  the  Agenais,  doing  the  like.  By  K. 

Grant  to  Master  Robert  de  Hampton,  king's  clerk,  of  the  deanery  of  the 
free  chapel  of  Shrewsbury,  void  by  the  resignation  of  Peter  de  Sheyndon, 
the  late  dean.  By  p.s. 


16   EDWARD   n.— Part  1. 


25 


1321. 


Oct.  7. 

Porchester. 


Oct.  12. 

Porchester. 


Sept.  5. 

Minster  in 

Thanet. 


Membrane  16 — cant. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  sheriff  of  Salop  to  give  corporal  possession 
of  the  deanery  to  the  said  Master  Robert. 

Licence,  at  the  request  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Norfolk  and  Marshal  of 
England,  for  the  dean  and  chapter  of  St.  Andrew's,  Wells,  to  acquire  in 
mortmain  20/.  yearly  of  land  and  rent  to  find  three  chaplains  in  that 
church  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  for  the  souls  of  Edward  I  and 
Margaret,  his  sometime  consort.  By  p.s. 

Notification  that  on  the  octave  of  St.  Martin,  14  P^dward  II,  the  king 
recovered  in  the  Bench  against  Henry,  bishop  of  Lincoln,  his  presentation 
to  the  whole  prebend  of  Aylesbury  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln,  in 
the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  late  voidance  of  that  see. 

Grant,  after  recital  of  the  grant  of  lOOs.  a  year  to  Joan  de  Vilers 
receivable  at  the  hands  of  the  receiver  of  the  county  of  Ponthieu,  which  is 
in  the  queen's  hands,  to  queen  Isabella  of  lOO."*.  a  year  for  the  life  of  the 
said  Joan  to  be  received  out  the  farm  of  the  city  of  London  every  Michaelmas 
in  recompence  for  the  sum  so  granted  to  the  said  Joan  out  of  the  issues  of 
the  county  of  Ponthieu.  By  K. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  sheriffs  of  London  to  pay  the  said  sum  to 
the  queen. 

The  like  to  the  keeper  of  the  ofiice  of  the  treasurer  and  barons  of  the 
Exchequer  to  make  due  allowance  to  the  sheriffs  in  their  account. 


Sept.  6. 

Minster  in 

Thanet. 

Aug.  80. 

Westminster. 

Sept.  7. 
Sandwich. 


Sept.  7. 

Minster  in 

Thanet. 


MEMBRAXE    14. 

Licence  for  the  mayor  and  barons  of  Sandwich  to  divert  the  course  of  the 
water  called  *Gestelyng,'  which  there  runs  to  the  sea,  as  they  please  round 
the  towTi  for  the  better  security  thereof.  By  p.s. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  John  de  Hamelyn,  clerk, 
staying  in  the  Chancery  by  the  king's  command. 

Nicholas,  abbot  of  Tiron,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating 
Ralph  le  Eremyte,  his  fellow  monk,  and  John  le  Scryveyn  his  attorneys  in 
England  for  four  years.  By  fine  of  2  marks.     Southampton. 

Protection  with  clause  ror/amus  for  two  years  for  the  master  and  brethren 
of  the  hospital  of  St.  Thomas  the  Martyr  of  Aeon,  in  the  city  of  London  ; 
with  mandate  to  bailiffs  to  arrest  all  unauthorized  persons  collecting  alms 
in  their  names. 

.  Tn!i])eximus  and  confirmation  of  a  composition  made  between  Richard, 
abbot  of  Abyndon  and  the  convent  thereof  and  John  de  Campeden,  prior  of 
Colne,  and  the  convent  thereof,  dated  at  Colne  by  Robert  de  Veer,  earl  of 
Oxford,  patron  of  Colne,  Pr.  Kalends  of  April  1321,  and  also  dated 
at  Abyndon  by  the  abbot  and  convent  in  chapter  Pr.  Nones  of  April  in  that 
year,  viz.  the  prior  and  convent  of  Colne  may  receive  monks  from  where 
they  choose,  and  they  shall  not  be  compelled  to  receive  anyone  from 
Abyndon,  and  such  monks  of  Abyndon  as  have  been  sent  there  may  return 
to  Abyndon  within  three  years,  and  the  convent  of  Colne  may  elect  a  prior 
out  of  their  own  house,  but  the  abbot  of  Abyndon  is  to  have  the  right  of 
visitation.  And  for  this  the  priory  of  Colne  quit-claims  to  the  abbey  of 
Abyndon  all  its  right  in  the  church  of  Kensyngton,  in  the  diocese  of  London. 
[MonastieoHy  Vol,  I F,  p.  108.]  By  p.s. 


26 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


Sept.  6. 

Sandwich. 


Sept.  6. 
Sandwich. 

Sept.  12. 
Harwich. 


^oZL.  Membrane  14 — cont. 

Protection,  with  clause  nolumm^  for  one  year  for  Master  Henry  de 
Clif. 

Safe-conduct  for  Geofifrey  de  Bardeneye,  fi:oing  on  pilgrimage  to  the  land 
of  Jerusalem. 

Mandate  for  two  years  to  sheriffs,  bailift's  and  othei-s,  on  complaint 
by  Master  John  Marcii,  proctor  general  in  England  of  the  house  of  St. 
Anthony,  Vienne,  to  arrest  all  persons  falsely  pretending  to  be  proctor  of 
that  house. 

William  de  Sumery,  clerk,  staying  in  the  Chancery,  has  letters  nominat- 
ing Philip  de  Castro  Godrici  his  attorney  in  Ireland  for  one  year. 

Protection  until  All  Saints  for  John  Siward,  the  serjeant  whom  Robert  de 
Bardelby,  king's  clerk,  is  sending  to  Kent  for  corn  and  other  necessaries  to 
be  brought  to  London  for  the  maintenance  of  the  said  Robert  and  his 
household. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  Master  John  Baret, 
parson  of  Boston,  going  beyond  seas  for  study. 

The  said  Master  John  has  letters  nominating  Thomas  de  Sibthorp, 
clerk,  and  William  Scot  his  attorneys  for  two  years. 

Exemption  for  life  to  John  de  Brokesbum  from  being  put  on  assizes, 
juries  or  recognitions ;  and  from  being  ma<le  sheriff,  coroner,  bailiff  or 
other  minister  of  the  king.  By  p.s. 

Protection,  with  clause  nolumus,  for  one  year  for  Thomas  de  Brayton, 
parson  of  the  church  of  Risshangles. 

Signification  to  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln,  of  the  royal  assent  to  the  election 
of  Adam  de  Botheby,  a  monk  of  Peterborough,  to  be  abbot  thereof.     By  K. 

Pardon  to  Henry  Casi  for  acquiring  in  fee  without  licence  a  messuage, 
16  acres  of  land  and  6  acres  of  meadow  in  Ministreworth  from  Nicholas 
son  of  Roger  de  Boyfeld,  tenant  in  chief ;  with  restitution  of  the  same. 

By  fine  of  2  marks. 

The  abbot  of  Mont  St.  Michel,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters 
nominating  Gilbert  Verrent  and  William  Guillochie  his  attorneys  in  the 
islands  of  Gemereye  and  Jereseye  for  three  years. 

Gilbert  de  Seleby,  brother  and  heir  of  John  de  Seleby,  staying  in 
England,  has  letters  nominating  William  de  Bardelly,  clerk,  and  Robert 
de  Hales,  his  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

Protection  with  clause  nnjamiis  for  one  year  for  the  master  and  brethren 
of  the  hospital  of  St.  James,  Dunwich. 

Mandate  to  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  to 
deliver  the  temporalities  of  Peterborough  Abbey  to  Adam  de  Botheby,  a 
monk  thereof,  whose  election  as  abbot  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln  has  confirmed. 

By  p.s. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  the  tenants.  By  p.s. 

Oct.  2.  John  de  Castre,    staying  beyond  the  seas   on  the  king's    service,  has 

Sheen         letters  nominating  Richard  de  Redgrave  his  attorney  for  three  years. 


Sept.  14. 

Harwich. 

Sept.  12. 
Harwich 

Sept.  18. 
Shotley. 


Aug.  25. 
Westminster. 

Sept.  25. 
Westminster. 

Sept.  29. 

Tower  of 

London. 


Oct.  8. 
Sheen. 


Oct.  1. 
Sheen. 


Oct.  2. 

Sheen. 

Oct.  7. 
Porchester. 


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27 


1321. 

Sept.  28. 
Westminster. 


Oct.  2. 

Sheen. 


Oct.  7. 
Porchester. 


Oct.  12. 
Porchester. 


Oct.  23. 
Rochester. 


Membrane   14 — cont. 

Pardon,  at  the  instance  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Norfolk  and  Marshal  of 
England,  the  king's  brother,  to  John  de  Dovorr*,  sheriff  of  Essex,  for  the 
escape  of  Richard  son  of  Richard  de  Sibeston,  chaplain,  from  the  prison 
of  Colecestre  Castle,  where  he  was  detained  for  a  larceny  committed  on 
John  Wille.  By  p.s. 

Pardon  to  Clement  de  Morton  for  acquiring  for  life  without  licence 
a  messuage  and  2  virgates  of  land  in  Boclond  of  John  de  Lenham,  held 
in  chief  ;  with  restitution  of  the  same.  By  fine  of  |  mark. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  Master  Nicholas  de 
Tyngewyk,  parson  of  the  church  of  Bedewynde. 

Matilda  late  the  wife  of  Richard  Costentyn,  staying  in  England,  has  letters 
nominating  Robert  de  Barowe  of  Barton  and  Robert  le  Lange  of  Barton 
her  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

Protection  with  clause  nohimHs  for  one  year  for  Richard,  a  monk  of 
Savigny,  keeper  of  the  house  of  Long  Benyngton. 

Presentation  of  John  atte  Bruge,  chaplain,  to  the  chapel  of  the  manor  of 
la  Vacherie  in  the  diocese  of  Winchester  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his 
custody  of  the  land  and  heir  of  Edmund  le  Butiller,  tenant  in  chief. 

By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumns  for  two  years  for  Master  Thomas  de 
Fox  ton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Thornton  (or  Thornton). 


Oct.  1. 

Tower  of 
London. 

Oct.  16. 

Tower  of 

London. 


Oct.  18. 

Tower  of 

London. 


MEMBRANE    13. 

Grant,  for  five  years,  to  the  mayor,  sheriff  and  other  citizens  of  London 
of  murage,  to  be  collected  by  Hamo  de  Chiggewell,  mayor  of  the  city,  and 
others  whom  he  shall  appoint.  By  p.s. 

Protection,  until  the  Purification,  for  the  servants  whom  William  de 
Basingwerk  and  Maddoc  de  Capenhurst,  burgesses  and  merchants  of 
Chester,  are  sending  to  Ireland  to  buy  200  quarters  of  corn  of  various  kinds 
to  take  to  Chester. 

The  like  for  one  year  for  Thomas  le  Clerk  of  Ipswich,  going  with  their 
ships  and  merchandise  to  divers  parts  of  England  and  Gascony,  and  also 
for  Henry  le  Rotun,  his  fellow. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremyme. 

Licence,  after  inquisition  ad  quod  damnum  made  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye, 
escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  for  John  Amory  to  grant  in  mortmain  60  acres 
of  land  in  Little  Maldon,  parcel  of  the  manor  of  Little  Maldon,  which  is 
held  in  chief  as  of  the  honor  of  Peverel  by  knight  service,  to  the  abbot  and 
convent  of  Byleye  in  exchange  for  other  60  acres  of  land  there,  held  in 
frank  almoin.  By  fine  of  20s. 

Licence  for  Joan  daughter  of  William  de  Felmyngham  to  grant  a  sixth 
part  of  the  manors  of  Felmyngham  and  Bekham,  and  the  advoweons  of  the 
church  of  Bekham  and  of  a  fourth  part  of  the  church  of  Felmyngham, 
held  in  chief,  to  James  de  Whittewell  and  Alice  his  wife  and  Christiana 
daughter  of  William  de  Felmyngham,  to  hold  to  them  and  the  heirs  of  the 
said  James.  By  fine  of  o  marks. 


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CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321. 

Oct.  19. 
Tower  of 
London. 


Oct.  18. 

Tower  of 

London. 

Oct.  12. 

Porchester. 


Oct.  19. 

Tower  of 
London. 


Oct.  19. 
Tower  of 
London. 


Mmihrane  13 — eont. 

Pardon  to  John  Denne  and  Beatrice  his  wife  for  acquiring  without 
licence  to  them  and  the  heirs  of  the  said  John  a  messuage  and  16  acres  of 
land  in  Hornyngtoft  from  Thomas  de  Hauvill,  held  in  chief ;  with 
restitution  thereof.  By  fine  of  \  mark. 

Protection  with  clause  i-olumiis  for  one  year  for  Master  Jordan  Moraunt 
going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  all  provosts,  bailiffs  and  ministers  assigned  or  to  be  assigned 
to  the  custody  of  the  manors  and  lands  in  England  of  Hugh  le  Despenser, 
the  elder,  and  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  except  the  manors  of 
Bedhampton,  Wockyng,  Sutton  and  Baggeshut,  to  deliver  to  Gilbert  de 
Wygton  and  Henry  de  Thrapston,  king's  clerks — whom  the  king  had 
appointed  surveyors  and  head  keepers  of  all  such  lands,  with  power  to  appoint 
provosts,  bailiffs  and  other  ministers  under  them  who  shall  answer  at  the 
Exchequer  for  the  issues  thereof — their  reasonable  expenses  out  of  the  said 
issues,  receiving  from  the  said  Gilbert  and  Henry  letters,  or  tallies,  for 
which  an  allowance  will  be  made  to  them  in  their  accounts  at  the 
Exchequer.  By  p.s. 

Commission  to  Robert  le  Ewer  in  conjunction  with  the  keepers  of  the 
peace  and  the  sheriffs  of  the  counties  of  Surrey,  Sussex,  Southampton, 
Wilts,  Oxford,  Berks,  Somerset  and  Dorset,  to  enquire  touching  malefactors 
making  confederacies  there,  and  to  arrest  and  attach  the  guilty  and  to  send 
them  to  the  nearest  gaols  until  further  order.  By  K. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  William  Notekyn  to  Elias  de 
Stapelton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Swaueton,  of  a  rood  of  land  in 
Swaueton  adjoining  the  dwelling-place  of  the  parsonage  for  the  enlargement 
thereof.  By  p.s. 


Oct.  7. 
Porchester. 


Oct.  16. 

Tower  of 
London 

Oct.  12. 

Porchester, 

Oct.  12. 

Porchester. 

Oct.  17. 
Tower  of 
London. 


MEMBRANE  12. 

John,  abbot  of  St.  Just  of  the  Premonstratensian  order,  going  beyond 
the  seas,  has  letters  nominating  Ralph  le  Speke  his  attorney  for  two  years. 

Robert  Servoiser,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating  the  said 
Ralph  his  attorney. 

Matthew  de  Medunta,  late  dean  of  the  chapel  of  St.  Buryan,  Cornwall, 
staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating  John  de  Maunte  and  David 
de  Sulgcnegh  his  attorneys  for  one  year. 

William  de  ]Montenyaco,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating 
Ralph  le  Speke  his  attorney  for  two  years. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  until  Whitsunday  for  Adam  de 
Hodcleston  going  to  Santiago  on  pilgrimage. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  the  Earl  of  Pembroke. 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  William  de  Weston,  king's  yeoman,  to 
the  custody  of  the  castle  of  Porcestre.  By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid  during  pleasure  for  the  said  William  whom  the  king  has 
commanded  to  pur>'ey  victuals  for  the  munition  thereof.  By  p.s. 

The  like  for  Robert  Lewer,  constable  of  the  castle  of  Odyham,  pur^•eying 
victuals  for  the  munition  thereof.  By  K. 


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29 


1321. 

Oct.  18. 
Tower  of 
London 


Oct.  19. 

Tower  of 
London. 


Oct.  19. 
Tower  of 
London. 


Oct.  18. 

Tower  of 

London. 

Aug.  1. 
Sheppey. 


Oct.  28. 
Bochester. 


Oct.  17. 

Tower  of 
London. 


Oct.  27. 
Leeds. 

Oct.  26. 

Xjeeos. 


Membrane  12 — cont. 

Licence  for  James  de  Wittewell  and  Alice  his  wife  to  enfeoff  Walter  de 
Wittewell  of  a  sixth  part  of  the  manors  of  Felmyngham  and  Bekham  and  of 
the  advowsons  of  the  church  of  Bekham  and  of  a  fourth  part  of  the  church 
of  Felmyngham,  held  in  chief,  and  for  him  to  regrant  the  same  to  the  said 
James  and  Alice  his  wife  and  the  heirs  of  James.  By  fine  of  5  marks. 

The  like  for  Christiana  daughter  of  William  de  Felmyngham  to  enfeoff 
the  said  Walter  of  the  same  premises,  and  for  him  to  regrant  them  to  her  for 
life,  with  remainder  to  the  said  James  and  Alice  and  the  heirs  of  James. 

By  fine  of  5  marks. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 
Cirencestre  of  the  following  lands  &c.  in  Cirencestre,  viz.  by  Walter 
Writhelok  of  a  messuage,  26  acres  of  land,  }  acre  of  meadow,  and  5s.  of 
rent ;  by  William  de  Pulham  of  a  messuaji^e  and  an  acre  of  meadow  ;  by 
Thomas  Reymbald  and  Isabella  his  wife  of  an  acre  of  meadow  ;  by  William 
Schail,  the  younger,  of  a  toft  and  a  moiety  of  a  virgate  of  land  and  8  acres 
of  meadow  ;  and  by  William  do  Middelton  of  2  acres  of  meadow. 

By  fine  of  40«. 

The  like  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of  Keynesham  by  the  abbot  and  convent 
of  Dureford  of  40'?.  of  rent  in  Mapeldoreham  and  Winchester,  in  part  satis- 
faction of  100.<.  of  land  and  rent  which  they  had  licence  to  acquire. 

Pardon  to  William  Jetour  of  his  outlawry  in  the  county  of  York  for  not 
appearing  before  the  king  to  answer  Helmyng  de  Osenbrigg  on  a  plea  of 
trespass.  By  writ  of  secret  seal. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 
Christchurch,  Canterbury,  by  Bertram  de  Twytham  of  12  acres  of  land,  7 
acres  of  meadow,  and  5  acres  of  pasture  in  Eylewarton,  Chertham,  Brok 
and  Ikham,  held  of  them,  of  the  value  of  Is,  yearly,  as  appears  by  inquisition 
made  by  Richard  de  Bodenaye,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  in  part 
satisfaction  of  20/.  yearly  of  land  and  rent  which  they  had  licence  to  acquire 
for  the  maintenance  of  seven  chaplams  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in 
the  chapel  of  St.  Thomas  the  Martyr  by  the  gate  of  their  priory  for  the 
souls  of  the  king  and  his  ancestors  and  all  the  faithful  departed. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  all  the  men  of  Kent  in  favour  of  David, 
earl  of  Athol  and  John  de  Weston  who  is  supplying  the  place  in  the 
Household  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Norfolk,  the  king's  brother,  whom  the  king 
is  sending  forward  until  his  arrival  with  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of 
Pembroke,  and  John  do  ]3ritannia,  earl  of  Richemund,  to  lay  siege  to  the 
castle  of  Ledes,  which  is  held  against  queen  Isabella  by  men  of  the 
household  of  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere  and  others  by  his  command ; 
and  they  are  to  come  with  horses  and  arms  and  the  posse  of  the  coimty  at 
the  king's  wages.      [Fadera  :  Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

Mandate  to  the  sheriff  of  Kent  to  warn  all  knights  and  footmen  of  his 
bailiwick  to  muster  at  the  said  castle  under  the  command  of  the  earl  of 
Athol  and  John  de  Weston  by  Tuesday  before  St.  Luke  the  Evangelist. 

[Fadera :  Pari,  Writs.] 

Simple  protection  without  clause  until  Christmas  for  Nicholas  Dauney, 
going  beyond  the  seas.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  iwlmnus  for  one  year  for  John  de  Foxle,  a  baron 
of  the  Exchequer.         By  K.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 


80 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321. 


Oct.  24. 

Boxley. 


Oct.  1. 
Leeds. 

Oct.  29. 
Leeds. 


Nov.  2. 
Leeds. 

Nov.  6. 
Tonbridge. 


Membrane  12 — cont. 

Safe-conduct,  during  pleasure,  for  the  servants  whom  John  do  Cherleton, 
king's  merchant  and  citizen  of  London,  is  sending  beyond  the  seas  to  buy 
com  and  other  victuals  to  bring  to  London.     By  K.  on  the  like  information. 

Pardon  to  Aline  late  the  wife  of  Edward  Burnel  for  acquiring  for  life 
without  licence  the  manor  of  Marteleye,  co.  Worcester,  from  Hugh  le 
Despenser,  the  elder,  held  in  chief  ;  with  restitution  thereof.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Chirk,  justice  of  Wales,  or  the  person 
supplying  his  place,  to  deliver  the  castle  of  Drosselan  with  the  stewardship 
of  Cantremaur  and  its  appurtenances  by  indenture  to  Walter  de  Bello 
Campo,  to  whom  the  king  has  granted  the  custody  thereof,  or  his  attorney, 
as  the  king  cannot  do  without  the  presence  of  the  said  Walter.  By  p.s. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  until  Whitsunday  for  Robert  de  Ardem, 
going  beyond  the  seas.  By  p.s. 

Grant  to  Edmund  de  Alegate,  king's  serjeant,  of  the  bailiwick  of  the 
custody  of  the  gate  of  the  castle  of  Wyndesore,  to  hold  in  the  same  manner 
as  Roger  le  Porter,  deceased,  had  held  it.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  Ralph  de  Cammoys,  constable  of  that  castle,  to 
deliver  it. 

Presentation  of  Robert  de  Tong  to  the  church  of  Stretton  in  Strettonsdale 
in  the  diocese  of  Hereford.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumns  for  one  year  for  Thomas  de  Byndon. 


Oct.  19. 
Tower  of 
London. 

Oct.  18. 
Tower  of 
London. 


Oct.  19. 
Tower  of 
London. 

Oct.  23. 

Rochester. 


Oct.  21. 
Eltham. 

Oct.  19. 

Tower  of 
London. 


MEMBRANE    11. 

Protection  with  clause  noluttnut  for  one  year  for  Vannus  Grandonis  and 
his  fellows,  merchants  of  the  society  of  the  Spini,  and  Thomas  Brodyng, 
keepers  of  the  manor  of  Gedeneye. 

Pardon  to  John  le  Ray  of  Little  Reynham  and  Etheldreda  his  wife  for 
acquiring  without  licence  to  them  and  the  heirs  of  John,  10  acres  of  land 
and  lis.  of  rent  in  Little  Reynham  from  Thomas  de  Hauvill,  held  in 
chief ;  with  restitution  thereof.  By  fine  of  20it, 

Licence  for  Joan  la  Mey  to  grant  in  tail  to  Robert  le  Mey  9  messuages, 
80  acres  of  land,  4  acres  of  pasture  and  6s,  of  rent  in  Causton,  held  in 
chief.  By  fine  of  40s. 

Master  Thomas  de  Foxton,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating 
Master  Thomas  de  Carleton  and  John  de  Foxton  his  attorneys  for 
two  years. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  Richard  Tilloy,  mayor 
of  the  town  of  Bristol. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

Protection,  with  clause  voluviusy  until  Easter  for  Andrew  de  Harcla, 
staying  in  the  March  of  Scotland  on  the  king's  service.  By  p.s. 

Pardon  to  John  le  Taverner,  Robert  Martyn  and  Thomas  son  of  John  le 
Tavemer  of  Bristol  of  their  outlawry  in  the  county  of  Gloucester  for  not 
appearing  before  Henry  le  Spigurnel  and  his  fellows,  justices  of  oyer  and 


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1321. 


Oct.  23. 
Rochester. 

Oct.  25. 
Boxley. 


Oct.  18. 
Tower  of 
London. 

Oct.  25. 
Boxley. 


Oct.  25. 
Leeds. 

Oct.  21. 
Eltham. 

Oct.  23. 

Rochester. 


Sept.  29. 
Tower  of 
London. 


Nov.  8. 
Leeds. 


Nov.  8. 
Leeds. 


Membrane  11 — cont. 

tenniner  in  that  county,  and  of  the  abjuration  of  the  realm  which  they 
afterwards  made  in  the  town  of  Bristol  for  the  felonies  which  they 
acknowledged  that  they  had  committed  in  that  county.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  Robert  Martyn. 

Safe  conduct  for  one  year  for  John  de  Wrotham,  of  the  order  of  Friars 
Preachers,  going  on  the  king's  affairs  beyond  the  seas. 

Grant  as  a  further  favour  to  the  aldermen,  sheriflfs,  citizens  and 
commonalty  of  the  city  of  London  that  they  may  nominate  any  citizen  to 
the  mayoralty  and  present  him  at  the  Exchequer  to  take  his  oath  there. 
The  king  had  replevied  to  them  until  Michaelmas  last  the  office  of  the 
mayoralty,  which  had  been  taken  into  his  hands  before  the  justices  in 
eyre  at  the  Tower  of  London  and  he  had  accepted  their  nomination  of 
Hamo  de  Chigwell,  to  the  office,  for  that  period,  and  had  delivered  the 
custody  thereof  to  the  said  Hugh,  who  still  holds  it.      [Fcedera.]       By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  keeper  of  the  office  of  the  treasurership  and 
the  barons  of  the  Exchequer  to  admit  and  take  the  oath  from  the  person  so 
presented  at  the  Exchequer.      [Fiedera.] 

Grant  for  life  to  John  de  Britannia,  earl  of  Richmond,  of  the  return  of 
writs  and  summonses  in  his  town  and  soke  of  Boston,  co.  Lincoln. 

By  p.s. 

Master  Jordan  Moraunt,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating 
William  de  Buterle  and  Henry  de  Sturreye  his  attorney  for  one  year. 
He  has  like  letters  nominating  Richard  de  Crofton. 

Safe  conduct  for  that  period  for  the  said  Master  Jordan,  going  beyond 
the  seas  on  the  king's  business. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  for  one  year  for  the  prior  of  Lenton, 
going  on  the  king's  service  beyond  the  seas.  By  p.s. 

Swanilda  late  the  wife  of  Richard  de  Fey  staying  in  England  has  letters 
nominating  Richard  de  Fey  and  Henry  Lyreis  her  attorneys  in  Ireland  for 
two  years. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  at  the  request  of  Geoffrey  prior  of  Lenton, 
of  William  de  Cossale,  king's  clerk,  and  Herbert  Pouger,  to  be  keepers  of 
the  priory  and  to  apply  the  revenues  to  the  discharge  of  its  debts,  and  for 
the  maintenance  of  the  prior  and  convent.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  all  persons  in  the  castle  of  Tonebrigge  to  deliver  it 
with  its  armour,  victuals,  &c,,  by  indenture  to  Nicholas  de  la  Beche  and 
Richard  de  Grofhirst ;  as  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere,  to  whom  it  was 
originally  committed  as  part  of  the  lands  of  Hugh  Daudele,  the  younger, 
forfeited  to  the  king  by  judgment  of  the  court,  has  disregarded  the  king's 
mandate  to  deliver  it  to  Edmund  de  Wodestok,  earl  of  Kent,  his  brother, 
to  whom  he  has  since  granted  it.  By  K. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  Nicholas  de  Clifford, 
prior  of  Blyth. 


Nov.  5.  Licence  for  John  le  fiz  Nichol  to  grant  for  life  to  William  Martel  his 

*''*11"*8^-       manor  of  Nymdesfeld,  co.  Gloucester,  held  in  chief.         By  fine  of  1  mark. 


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CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321. 

Nov.  10. 
Westminster. 


Nov.  6. 
Tonbridge. 


Nov.  5. 
Tonbridge. 

Nov.  10. 

Westminster. 


Nov.  9. 
Eltham. 


Oct.  20. 
Tower  of 
London. 


Metnbrane  11 — cont. 

Writ  of  aid  for  two  years  directed  to  the  mayor,  bailiffs  and  others  of  the 
town  of  Oxford  in  favour  of  William  de  Bircestre,  burgess  of  that  town, 
deputed  by  William  de  Ayremynne,  king's  clerk,  to  whom  the  king  has 
granted  for  life  the  custody  of  the  house  of  the  Converts,  London,  to 
collect  the  rents  due  to  the  said  house  in  that  town. 

John  de  Goushull,  parson  of  the  church  of  Alyngton,  going  beyond 
the  seas,  has  letters  nominating  William  de  ^lanthorp  and  Nicholas  son  of 
Michael  de  Spaldyng  his  attorneys  for  two  years. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  two  years  for  the  master  and 
brethren  of  the  hospital  of  St.  ^Margaret,  Huntyngdon,  which  is  of  the 
king's  advowson. 

Ralph,  count  of  Ew  and  Joan  his  wife,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  have  letters 
nominating  Bartholomew  de  Whigton  and  Hugh  Erl  their  attorneys  for  two 
years. 

They  have  like  letters  nominating  the  same  persons  in  Ireland. 

Pardon  to  Hugh  le  Tigheler  of  Lincoln  for  acquiring  for  life  without 
licence  the  manor  of  Rouston,  co.  Lincoln,  from  Adam  de  Everyngham  of 
Laxton,  held  in  chief ;  with  restitution  thereof.  By  fine  of  5  marks. 

Licence  for  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster  to  grant  in  frank  almoin  to  Elias 
de  Stapelton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Swaveton  two  acres  of  land  there, 
held  in  chief,  adjoining  his  dwelling-place  for  the  enlargement  thereof. 

By  p.s. 


Nov.  18. 

Westminster. 


Nov.  18. 
Westminster. 


Nov.  11. 
Westminster. 


Nov.  17. 
Westminster. 


Nov.  14. 
Westminster. 


MEMBRANE    10. 

Protection  until  Midsummer  for  Adam  de  Seleby,  the  Serjeant  whom 
Robert  de  Bardelby,  king's  clerk,  parson  of  the  church  of  Dodyngton,  is 
sending  to  his  church  to  sell  his  corn  there  and  to  bring  part  of  it  to 
London  for  the  maintenance  of  his  household. 

Pardon  to  William  de  Benham  and  Joan  his  wife  for  acquiring  in  tail 
without  licence  a  messuage  and  a  virgate  of  land  in  Mersbaldyngton, 
CO.  Oxford,  from  Richard  de  Morton,  who  held  the  same  in  chief  as  of  the 
honor  of  Walingford ;  with  restitution  thereof.  By  fine  of  i  mark. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 
Wroxton  by  Walter  de  Bumcestre  of  8  messuages,  a  virgate,  and  21  acres 
and  1  rood  of  land  in  Wroxton  and  Balscote,  held  of  the  priory  and  of  the 
value  of  2$,  yearly,  as  appears  by  inquisition  made  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye, 
escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  in  part  satisfaction  of  lOOs.  yearly  of  land 
and  rent  which  they  have  licence  to  acquire. 

Clemencia  late  the  wife  of  John  de  Vescy,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has 
letters  nominating  Reyner  de  Cotum  and  Richard  de  Cley  her  attorneys 
in  England  for  two  years. 

Safe  conduct,  until  the  Purification,  for  Master  Richard  de  Burton  and 
Hugh  de  Burgh,  king's  clerks,  whom  the  king  is  sending  to  the  March  of 
Scotland,  to  take  measures  for  the  safety  of  those  parts  against  the  Scottish 
enemies  and  rebels. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbess  and  convent  of 
Godestowe  by  William  de  Bumcestre  of  a  toft  in  the  suburb  of  Oxford  in 
exchange  for  another  toft  there  to  be  granted  to  him  by  the  said  abbess 
and  convent.  By  fine  of  i  mark. 


15   EDWARD   II.— Part   1. 


88 


1321. 

Nov.  14. 
Westminster. 


Nov.  15. 
Westminster. 


Nov.  19. 
Ongar 

(Anifre). 


Nov.  22. 

Ongar. 


Nov.  12. 

Westminster. 


Nov.  25. 
Ilford. 

Nov.  29. 

Pomfret-on- 
Thames, 


Nov.  28. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 


Nov.  80. 

Pomf  ret-on - 

Thames. 


^lemhrane  10 — cont. 

Pardon  to  the  heirs  and  executors  of  the  wills  of  Robert  de  Araz  and 
Ralph  le  Fevre,  sheriffs  of  London  in  the  time  of  Edward  I,  of  that  which 
pertains  to  the  king  for  the  escape  of  Arnulph  son  of  Robert  de  Mounteny 
from  the  prison  of  Ncup^ato,  and  also  of  the  chattels  of  the  said  Arnulph 
forfeited  on  that  account,  whereof  they  and  the  tenants  of  the  lands  and 
tenements  late  of  the  said  Robert  and  Ralph  were  charged  before  Hervey  de 
Stanton  and  his  fellows,  justices  last  in  eyre  at  the  Tower  of  London. 

By  p.s. 

Grant  to  Master  Adam  de  Ayremynne,  king's  clerk,  of  the  deanery  of 
Chester,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  voidance  of  the  see  of  Coventry 
and  Lichfield.  By  K. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  guardian  of  the  spirituality  of  that  bishopric. 

Presentation  of  the  same  Master  Adam  de  Ayremynne  to  the  said 
deanery.  By  K. 

Grant  for  life  to  Alice  late  the  wife  of  Elias  de  Tyngewyk  of  80/.  yearly 
at  the  Exchequer  in  lieu  of  the  farm  of  the  regality  and  market  of  Derteford, 
CO.  Kent,  lately  granted  to  her  for  life  as  of  that  value,  which  the  king 
afterwards  granted  amongst  other  lands  to  Edmund  de  Wodestok,  earl  of 
Kent.  By  K. 

Licence  for  the  prior  and  convent  of  Coventry  and  the  dean  and  chapter 
of  Lichfield  to  elect  a  bishop  on  news  being  brought  of  the  death  of  Walter, 
the  late  bishop,  by  William  de  Blaby,  sacristan,  and  Simon  de  Franketon, 
cellarer,  of  Coventry,  and  Master  John  de  Stratford  and  Philip  de  Turvill, 
canons  of  Lychefeld.  By  K. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  AVilliam  de  Loppedelle,  parson 
of  the  church  of  Seleseye,  to  Thomas  Whetston,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Bixle 
by  Hastynges,  of  8  acres  of  land  and  12^/.  of  rent  in  Bixlo  in  augmentation 
of  his  vicarage.  By  fine  of  J  mark. 

Robert,  prior  of  Bath,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating  Robert 
Beon  and  Nicholas  de  Weston  his  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

Licence,  after  inquisition  ad  t/uod  dawnuw  made  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye, 
late  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  at  the  instance  of  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl 
of  Pembroke,  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 
Bromholm  by  Henry  de  Sidestronde  and  Roger  de  AValsham  of  a  fifth  part 
of  the  manor  of  Baketon  by  Bromholm,  co.  Norfolk,  which  fifth  part  is  held 
in  chief  as  of  the  honor  of  Eye.  By  K. 

Grant  in  fee  simple  to  David  de  Strabolgi,  earl  of  Athol,  of  the  castle, 
manor  and  honor  of  Chilham,  co.  Kent,  with  knights'  fees,  advowsons  and 
other  appurtenances,  late  of  Isabella  de  Dovor,  his  grandmother,  which 
came  to  the  hands  of  Edward  I  as  an  escheat  and  is  now  in  the  king's 
hands;  conditionally  upon  his  faithful  adherence  to  the  king.  [VarL 
Writs.]  By  K. 

Licence  for  Adam  CJerard,  chaplain,  to  enfeoff  Bartholomew  Gerard  of  a 
messuage,  25  acres  of  land,  2.}  acres  of  meadow  and  pasture  for  800  sheep 
in  Fakenham  and  Euston,  held  in  chief.  By  fine  of  IOn. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 
Staverdale  by  William  Wytheng  and  Joan  his  wife,  of  18  acres  of  land  in 
Batecombe  by  Breuton,  upon  the  death  of  Richard  le  Taillur  of  Glaston- 
bury and  Eleanor  his  wife,  who  hold  the  same  of  them  in  dower  of  the  said 
Eleanor,  which  are  held  of  the  priory,  and  are  of  the  value  of  2s.  yearly,  as 


249C2 


c 


84 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321. 


Nov.  25. 

nford. 


Membrane  10 — cont. 

appears  by  inquisition  made  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  late  escheator  on  this 
side  Trent,  in  part  satisfaction  of  10/.  yearly  of  land  and  rent  which  they 
have  licence  to  acquire. 

Grant  for  life  to  Giles  de  Ispania  and  Laurencia  his  wife  of  the  houses 
and  lands  specified  in  the  under-mentioned  schedule  late  of  William 
de  Monte  Ryvelli  held  and  which  by  reason  of  his  debts  to  the  king  are  in 
the  king's  hands.  By  K. 

Vacated  because  otherwise  on  the  schethde  attached. 


Nov.  26. 

Ilford. 


Nov.  80. 

Pomfret-on- 
Thames. 


Membrane  10 — {ScheihUe), 

Grant  to  Giles  de  Ispannia,  king's  serjeant,  and  to  Laurencia  his  wife,  for 
their  lives,  of  the  houses,  lands  and  tenements  in  Redynges,  Burefeld, 
Whitele,  Erie,  Wenergh  and  Sunninges  as  well  those  late  of  Robert  de 
Preston,  which  through  a  trespass  of  the  said  Robert  came  to  the  hands  of 
Edward  I  and  were  by  him  granted  to  William  de  Monte  Ryvelli  for  as 
long  as  they  remained  in  his  hands  for  that  reason,  as  also  those  held  by 
the  said  William  on  the  day  of  his  death,  which  came  to  the  king's  hands 
both  for  the  said  trespass  and  for  the  debts  wherein  the  said  William  was 
bound  to  Edward  I.  By  K. 

Membrane  10 — c<mt. 

Protection  for  Master  Walter  de  Blyth,  king's  clerk,  parson  of  the 
church  of  Worth  in  the  diocese  of  Salisbury,  in  his  possession  of  that 
church,  which  is  of  the  patronage  of  the  abbot  and  convent  of  Abyndon,  and 
which  he  holds  by  reason  of  the  right  which  the  king  holds  or  may  hold  on 
account  of  any  preceding  voidanoe  of  that  abbey,  which  is  also  of  the  king's 
patronage.  By  E. 


Nov.  10. 

Westminster. 


Nov.  14. 
Westminster. 


Nov.  18. 

Westminster. 

Nov.  16. 
Westminster. 


Nov.  11. 
Westminster. 

Nov.  15. 
Westminster. 


MEMBRANE  9. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of* 
Spaldyngg  by  Henry  son  of  Lambert  de  Weston  of  9  acres  and  8  roods  of 
land  in  Weston,  of  their  own  fee  and  of  the  yearly  value  of  9^.  dd.,  as 
appears  by  inquisition  made  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  escheator  this  side 
Trent,  in  part  satisfaction  of  201.  yearly  of  land  which  they  have  licence  to 
acquire. 

Grant  for  one  year  to  the  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  the  town  of  Great 
Yarmouth,  for  the  repair  of  their  town,  that  the  goods  of  merchants  or 
aliens  shall  not  be  arrested  for  any  debt  of  which  they  are  not  principal 
debtors,  or  pledges,  or  for  the  trespass  of  other  persons  in  that  town. 

By  p.s. 

Presentation  of  William  de  Kyrkeby  to  the  church  of  Cheddeseye  in  the 
diocese  of  Bath  and  Wells,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of 
the  land  and  heir  of  William  de  Monte  Acuto,  tenant  in  chief.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus,  until  St.  Botolph's,  for  Thomas  son  of 
Richard  de  Hockele  of  London,  staying  in  Ponthieu  on  the  king's 
service.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumm  for  one  year  for  Roger  de  Gildesburgh, 
parson  of  the  church  of  Crauelegh. 

The  like  for  Master  Gilbert  de  Middeltou, 


16    EDWARD    II.— Part   1.  86 


1  Qoj  Membrane  9 — e^mt, 

Nov.  12.         Pardon  to  Richard  son  of  Roger  de  Boyfeld  for  acquiring  in  fee  without 
Westminster,    licence  from  Henry  de  Lancastre  a  messuage  and  a  moiety  of  a  virgate  of 

land  in  Hampton,  held  in  chief.  By  fine  of  ^  mark. 

Nov.  11.         The  like  upon  fine  made  by  William  Haliberd  and  Agnes  his  wife,  to  the 

Westminster,    gaid  Agnes  for  acquiring   in   fee  without  licence  to  her  and  her  heirs 

from  Alice  daughter  of  John  Rewe  a  messuage  and  6  acres  of  land  in 

Turvey,  and  from  Joan  daughter  of  John  Rowe  and  Walter  her  son  4  acres 

of  land  there ;  with  restitution  thereof.  By  fine  of  i  mark. 

Nov.  14.  Prohibition  directed  to  all  ecclesiastical  persons  from  proceedings  in 
Westminster,  derogation  of  the  judgment  of  the  king's  court,  whereby  the  king  recovered 
against  Henry,  bishop  of  Lincoln,  the  collation  to  the  prebend  of  Aylesbury 
in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln,  and  from  molesting  Master  Robert  de 
Baldok,  king's  clerk,  whom  the  king  has  collated  to  it,  in  his  possession 
thereof,  by  citing  him  to  answer  without  the  realm,  touching  his  said 
collation.  By  K. 

Nov.  16.         Mandate  to  John  de  Sapy,  late  constable  of  the  castle  of  Beaumaris,  to 

Westminster,    deliver  that  castle  with  its  armour,  victuals,  &c.  by  indenture  and    the 

shrievalty  of  Kaernarvon  to  Giles  de  Bello  Campo,  to  whom  the  king  has 

committed  during  pleasure  the  custody  thereof,  or  to  his  attorney,  as  the 

king  cannot  do  without  the  presence  in  his  service  of  the  said  Giles. 

By  p.s. 

Nov.  12.         Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  Easter  for  Ralph  de  Gorges,  the 
Westminster,    elder,  lately  on  the  king's  service  in  the  March  of  Wales  and  for  that 

reason  taken  and  imprisoned.  By  E. 

Nov.  IB.         Protection  with  clause  nohtmtu  for  one  year  for  the  prior  of  Neuton 
Westminster.     Longevill. 

Nov.  18.         Licence  for  the  abbot  and  convent  of  Pershore  to  appropriate  in  mortmain 

Westminster,    the  church  of  St.  Andrew,  Pershore,  in  the  diocese  of  Worcester,  which  is 

of  their  advowson.  By  fine  of  100«. 

Nov.  14.         Grant  for  seven  years  to  the  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  Great  Yarmouth  of 
Westminster,    murage.  By  p.s. 

Nov.  12.         Gilbert,  abbot  of  Citeaux,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating 

Westminster.    Hugh  de  Sancto  Lupo,  his  fellow   monk,  and  John  de  Bekenesfeld  his 

attorneys  in  England  for  three  years.  By  fine  of  iOs,    Lincoln.     York. 

Nov.  16.         Writ  of  aid  for  Res  ap  Griffith,  king's  yeoman,  appointed  to  levy  all  the 

Westminster,    forces,  horse  and  foot,  of  West  Wales  and  South  Wales  to  suppress  any 

insurrection  in  those  parts.     [Pari.  Wriu.]  By  K. 

The  like  for  Griffin  ap  Rees  in  North  Wales.     [ParL  Writs.] 

Nov.  12.         Pardon  to  Henry  le  White  and  Juliana  his  wife  and  Matilda,  daughter  of 

Westminster,    the  said  Henry,  for  acquiring  without  licence  for  their  lives  a  messuage, 

6  acres  of  land  and  pasture  for  2  oxen,  4  cows,  4  bullocks,  1  beast  for  the 

plough,  1  foal  and  60  sheep  in  Langeton  from  John  le  Waleys,  held  in 

chief.  By  fine  of  i  mark. 

Nov.  20.         Grant  to  John  de  Britannia,  earl  of  Richmond,  king's  kinsman,  of  the 
Ongar.       custody,  during  the  minority  of  the  heir,  of  the  lands  late  of  John  de 
Northwode,  tenant  in  chief;  with  the  marriage  of  the  heir.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  Simon  de  Knottyngleye  to  deliver  the  said  custody  to  him. 


86 


CALENDAR    OF  PATENT    ROLLS. 


1321. 


Nov.  20. 
Ongar. 


Nov.  16. 
Westminster. 


Nov.  26. 

Ilford. 


Nov.  26. 

nford. 


Nov.  30. 

Pom£ret-on- 

Thames. 

Nov.  18. 
Ongar. 


Membrane  9 — cont, 

Margery  de  Cannynges  and  Isabella  de  Langeford,  nuns  of  Wilton, 
bringing  news  of  the  death  of  Emma,  late  abbess,  have  letters  for  the 
prioress  and  convent  of  licence  to  elect.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  Hamo  de  Chiggewell,  mayor  of  the  city  of  London,  to  punish 
by  imprisonment  or  other  penalty  all  persons  disobeying  him  and  other 
ministers  of  the  king  in  matters  touching  the  keeping  of  the  city,  and  all 
suspected  persons  frequenting  the  city  and  occasionally  going  there; 
and  he  shall  not  be  charged  or  disquieted  for  any  punishments  he  inflicts 
except  before  the  king  or  by  the  king's  special  mandate.  By  K. 

Grant  for  the  repair  of  the  chapel  of  the  house  of  the  Converts,  London, 
and  of  the  ornaments  thereof  and  of  the  buildings  and  in  aid  of  the 
maintenance  of  the  converts,  of  the  deodands  of  the  last  eyre  at  the  Tower 
of  London,  to  be  disposed  of  by  William  de  Ayremynne,  king's  clerk,  keeper 
of  that  house.  By  K. 

This  matter  is  notified  to  the  sheriffs  of  London,  as  appears  on  the  Close 
Roll  under  the  same  date. 

Pardon  to  Richard  Councedieu  of  his  outlawry  for  not  appearing  in  the 
king's  court  before  the  justices  to  answer  John  de  Ripariis  of  a  trespass. 

ByK. 

Safe-conduct  until  Easter  for  Robert  Roma3m  and  other  servants,  whom 
Mary,  countess  of  Fiflfe,  staying  in  Scotland,  is  sending  to  London  to  buy 
cloths,  jewels  and  other  things  for  her  chamber,  on  condition  that  they 
take  back  to  Scotland  no  war  horses  or  armour.      [Fcedera.] 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  the  burgesses,  mariners 
and  commonalty  of  the  town  of  La  Pole,  co.  Dorset. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Protection  with  clause  tiolumus  for  one  year  for  William  Bathele,  parson 
of  the  church  of  Bulewell. 


Nov.  14. 

Westminster. 


Nov.  13. 

Westminster. 


Nov.  10. 
Westminster. 


Nov.  12. 

Westminster. 


MEMBRANE   8. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  Master  Robert  de  Baldok, 
who  holds  of  the  king's  collation  the  prebend  of  Aylesbury  in  the  church  of 
St.  Mary,  Lincoln.  By  K. 

Grant  for  life  to  John  de  Britannia,  earl  of  Richmond,  of  the  return  of  all 
writs  and  summonses  in  his  town  of  Boston  and  in  the  sokes  of  that  town, 
and  in  Gueyton  and  in  all  his  lands  in  the  county  of  Lincoln.  By  p.s. 

Licence,  after  inquisition  ad  qnnd  damnum  made  by  the  sheriff  of  York, 
for  William  son  of  William  to  stop  a  highway  leading  through  his  park 
of  Emmeley,  on  condition  that  he  make  another  way  of  like  length  and 
breadth  on  the  west  side  thereof  ;  as  it  appears  that  the  old  way  was  400 
perches  long  by  40  feet  broad,  and  the  new  way  will  be  880  perches  long 
and  60  feet  broad  and  will  be  more  convenient  for  the  country.    By  fineof  20j). 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 
Eynesham  by  John  de  Trillawe  of  a  messuage,  a  toft,  2  acres  8  roods  of 
land,  and  an  acre  of  meadow  in  South  Stoke  (Stoke  AhhatU)  of  their  own  fee, 
of  the  yearly  value  of  8j(.  4(/.,  as  appears  by  inquisition  made  by  Richard 
de  Rodeneye,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  in  part  satisfaction  of  20  marks 
yearly  of  land  and  rent  which  they  have  licence  to  acquire. 


16    EDWARD    II.— Part   1. 


87 


1321. 
Nov.  12. 

Westminster. 


Nov.  16. 
Westminster. 


Nov.  16. 

WeHtiuinster. 


Nov.  22. 
Ongar. 


[Nov.]  26. 

Ilford. 


Nov.  80. 

Pomfret- 

[on-Thames.] 


Nov.  80. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 


Membrane  8 — cont. 

Pardon  to  Arnald  son  of  Robert  de  Mouuteny  for  the  death  of  Richard 
de  Parys,  *  chaloner/  and  of  any  consequent  outlawry.  By  p.s. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  John  de  Brytania,  earl  of  Richmond,  to  John 
Bisshop,  Thomas  Senclyn,  William  le  Mouner,  Robert  Bisshop,  John  de 
Reyndene,  William  Broun,  Roger  Dykex,  John  Kyng,  John  Bokeler,  John 
le  Barber,  Richard  Longeman,  Richard  le  Longe,  John  Lovekyn,  Adam 
Lyztfot,  Walter  Breton,  Roger  Mellere,  Margery  Scot  and  John  le  Barber 
of  their  outlawry  in  the  county  of  Hertford  for  not  appearing  before 
Robert  de  Maddyngle,  John  de  Bousser  and  Geoffrey  atte  Lee,  justices 
appointed  to  hear  and  detennine  a  trespass  committed  by  them  against 
Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere  and  Margaret  his  wife.  By  K. 

Power  to  J.  bishop  of  Carlisle,  the  abbot  of  Holmcoltran,  the  prior  of 
St.  Mary*s,  Carlisle,  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  John  de  Penreth,  knights,  and 
Masters  Michael  de  Hartcla,  Richard  de  Ihirton  and  Hugh  de  Burgh  to 
treat  of  a  final  peace  with  Robert  de  Brus  and  his  adherents.  By  K. 

The  like  to  them  or  any  four  of  them  to  extend  the  existing  truce,  which 
should  expire  at  Christmas.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  said  Andrew  or  John  to  confinu  by  oath  any  extension  of 
the  truce  made  by  the  said  bishop  and  others  above-named.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  said  bishop  and  others  to  grant  safe-conduct  to  persons  of 
Scotland  who  shall  come  into  the  realm  to  treat  of  the  said  business.    By  K. 

The  like  to  them  of  appointing  keepers  of  such  truce  in  Northumberland 
and  the  Marches  and  in  Cumberland  and  the  Marches.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  all  castellans,  constables,  keepers  of  towns  and  other 
ministers  to  observe  such  truce  when  it  is  made.  By  K. 

Vacated  because  they  were  surrendered  by  the  haml  of  H,  de  BuryOy  aR 
nothing  was  done  tJterein, 

Mandate  to  Robert  de  Umframvill,  earl  of  Anegos,  and  John  de  Fenwyk, 
sherifif  of  Northumberland,  to  restore  to  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of 
Pembroke,  his  castle  of  Mitford,  lately  captured  from  him  by  Walter  de 
Seleby  and  his  accomplices,  and  recaptured  by  the  said  earl  of  Anegos  and 
the  sheriff.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Humphrey  de  Waleden  appointed  to  survey  the  lands  and 
tenements  of  Roger  Damory,  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere  and  Hugh 
Daudele,  the  younger,  in  the  counties  of  Essex,  Hertford  and  Suffolk,  and 
the  com,  stock  and  goods  therein,  which  are  in  the  king's  hands  and  to 
dispose  of  and  make  bailiffs  and  reeves  for  the  custody  thereof  as  shall  be 
most  for  the  king's  benefit. 

Henry,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wydehaye,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has 
letters  nominating  Philip  de  Famham  and  Ralph  de  Burgo  Sancti  Petri 
his  attorneys  in  England  for  one  year. 

Mandate  to  W.  archbishop  of  Canterbury  and  the  other  prelates  of  that 
province  about  to  assemble  at  the  provincial  council  at  London,  to  abstain 
from  enacting  or  ordaining  any  matter  concerning  the  crown,  and  to  give 
credence  to  John  de  Brytannia,  earl  of  Richmond,  Edmund  earl  of  Arundel 
and  Master  Robert  de  Baldok,  king's  clerk,  archdeacon  of  Middlesex,  on  the 
king's  behalf.      {FarL  Writs,  cf,  also  Fiedera,]  By  K. 

Grant  to  Master  Robert  de  Baldok,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of 
Fljncton  in  the  church  of  Lichfield,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the 
voidance  of  the  see  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  R.  de  Ayremynne. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  dean  and  chapter. 


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CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321. 

Nov.  28. 

Pomfrct-on- 

Thames. 

Nov.  26. 

Ilford. 


Sept.  17. 

Harwich. 

Nov.  80. 

Poinfrct-on- 

Thames. 


Membrane  8 — cotU. 

Presentation  of  William  de  Kyrkeby  to  the  church  of  Worfeld,  in  the 
above-named  diocese,  in  the  king's  gift  for  the  same  reason.  By  p.s. 

Bernard  Chicat  of  Bordeaux,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters 
nominating  Arnald  Coguti  of  St.  Emihon  his  attorney  in  England  for  two 
years. 

Pardon  to  John  son  and  heir  of  John  Filliol,  tenant  in  chief,  of  the  relief 
due  for  his  inheritance  on  the  death  of  his  father.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  W.  archbishop  of  Canterbury  and  the  prelates  about  to 
assemble  at  London  at  the  provincial  council  to  make  no  ordinances  to 
the  prejudice  of  the  crown  or  realm.  By  K. 

Letters  of  credence  on  this  business  are  written  to  the  said  prelates  as  is 
contained  in  the  Close  Roll  under  the  same  date.     [Pad.  JVrits,] 


Nov.  80. 

Poiufret-on- 

Thames. 


Nov.  28. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 


Nov.  28. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 


Nov.  28. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 


Nov.  30. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 


MEMBRANE    7. 

Notification  that  the  temporalities  of  the  bishopric  of  Lincoln  were  in 
the  king's  hands  from  12  January,  18  Edward  II,  the  day  of  the 
death  of  J.  the  late  bishop,  until  5  August  next  following,  on  which 
day  they  were  restored  to  H.  the  now  bishop. 

Pardon  to  John  le  Taverner,  burgess  of  Bristol,  of  his  outlawry  for  not 
appearing  before  Henry  Spygurnel  and  his  fellows,  lately  appointed  justices 
of  oyer  and  terminer  touching  the  death  of  Alexander  de  Villers,  who  was 
killed  in  the  county  of  Gloucester,  and  of  his  abjuration  of  the  realm  for 
the  same.  Grant  also  to  him  of  all  his  lands  and  tenements  and  goods 
which  belong  to  the  king  as  escheats  by  reason  of  the  said  outlawry 
and  abjuration.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  Robert  Martyn,  burgess  of  Bristol.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  John  le  Taverner  and  Thomas  his  son,  burgesses  of  Bristol,  of 
all  their  contempts,  trespasses  and  disobediences  against  the  king  and  his 
ministers  committed  in  the  town  of  Bristol  and  the  suburb  thereof,  from 
2  February,  6  Edward  II,  to  28  December  10  Edward  II.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  Robert  Martyn,  burgess  of  Bristol. 

General  pardon  to  the  above  John  and  Thomas  his  son.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  above  Robert  Martyn. 

The  like  to  the  said  John  and  Thomas  of  their  outlawries  in  the  county  of 
Gloucester  by  reason  of  their  not  appearing  before  the  above  Henry 
Spygurnel  and  his  fellows  touching  disobediences  to  the  king  and  trespasses 
against  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere,  William  Randolf,  John  de  London, 
John  de  Celario,  Peter  Fraunceys  and  John  Snow.  By  p.s. 

Commission  to  Thomas  de  Sandwyco,  John  de  Segrave,  Daniel  de 
Brouham  and  William  de  Orlaston  to  levy  600  armed  foot  in  the  county 
of  Kent  and  to  conduct  them  to  the  king  at  Cirencestre  by  18  Dec.     By  K. 

The  like  to  John  Dabemoun,  Peter  son  of  Reginald  and  John  do  Boudon 
to  levy  500  foot  in  the  counties  of  Surrey  and  Sussex. 

The  like  to  Thomas  de  Lovayn,  Wilham  de  Marenny  and  Thomas  de  la 
Haye  to  levy  600  foot  in  the  counties  of  Essex  and  Hertford. 

Aftei-wards  on  17  December  the  said  Thomas,  William  and  Thomas  were 
commanded  to  levy  and  bring  the  said  forces  to  the  king  as  soon  as 
possible.     [Pari,  U  ritif.] 


15    EDWARD    II.— Pabt  1. 


89 


1321. 

Nov.  80. 

Porafret-on- 

Thames. 


Dec.  9. 

Isleworth. 


Dec.  26. 

Cirencester. 

Jan.  2. 
Worcester. 

Feb.  18. 
Oloacester. 

Nov.  80. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 

Dec.  8. 
Isleworth. 


Dec.  2. 
Isleworth. 


Membrane   7 — cont. 

Writ  of  aid  for  John  de  Bello  Campo  of  Somersete  and  John  Meriet 

appointed  to  assemble,  if  necessary,  all  the  horse  and  foot  of  Somerset  and 

Dorset  against  the  king's  insurgents  ;  and  the  sheriff  is  commanded  to  be 

aiding.      [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  following  counties  : — 

William  de  Kyme  and  Peter  le  Bretun  in  the  parts  of  Lindesey, 

CO.  Lincoln. 
Andrew  de  Hartcla  in  Northumberland,  Cumberland  and  Westmoreland. 
Simon  Warde  in  York. 
Thomas  Bardolf,  John  de  Thorp  and  John  Hauward  in  Norfolk  and 

Suffolk. 
Hugh  de  Courtenay  and  William  Martyn  in  Cornwall  and  Devon. 
John  de  Somery,  John  de  Segrave,  the  elder,  Ralph  Basset  and  Peter 

de  Monte  Forti  in  Warwick,  Leicester  and  Stafford. 
Oliver  de  Ingham  and  Robert  Lewer  in  Wilts  and  Berks.  [Pari,  Writs,] 

The  like  for  William  Rydel,  constable  of  Castle  Barnard  in  the  liberty  and 

honor  of  the  said  castle  in  the  bishopric  of  Durham,  certain  words  excepted. 

[Pari.  Writs,]  By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid  for  the  said  commissioners  directed  to  the  sheriffs  of  the 
above  counties. 

Letters  on  the  same  business  are  written  to  each  of  the  above 
commissioners  as  is  contained  on  the  dorse  of  the  close  roll  under  the 
same  date. 

The  like  for  the  following  counties  : — 

Thomas  Bardolf,  John  de  Thorp  and  John  Haward  in  Norfolk. 
Edmund  de  Hemmegrave,  Thomas  de  Orey  and  John   Haward  in 
Suffolk. 


William  de  Somervill  in  Gloucester  and  Worcester. 

Nicholas  de  Kingeston,  John  de  Tychebum  in  Wilts. 

John  de  Scures  in  Southampton. 

Robert  de  Ardem,  John  de  Brompton  in  Oxford  and  Berks. 


ByK. 

ByK. 
ByK. 
ByK., 


Walter  Waldeshef  in  Derby. 


ByK. 

[Pari.  Writs.] 


The  prior  of  Lanthony  by  Gloucester,  staying  in  England,  has  letters 
nominating  Philip  Bacun  and  Robert  de  Odynton  his  attorneys  in  Ireland 
for  two  years. 

John  son  of  Roger  le  Plomer  of  Norhampton,  staying  in  England,  has 
letters  nominating  John  de  Castro  Godrici  his  attorney  in  Lreland  for  the 
same  time. 

Presentation  of  Richard  de  Wyrecestre  to  the  church  of  Aston  in  Morthyng 
in  the  diocese  of  York,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the  land 
and  heir  of  William  de  Cantilupo,  tenant  in  chief.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  nolnmns  for  one  year  for  Robert  de  Marchumle, 
parson  of  the  church  of  Great  Billyng. 

Safe-conduct  until  Easter  for  the  servants  whom  Master  Walter  de  Istelep, 
late  treasurer  of  Ireland,  who  has  come  to  England  to  the  king  to  render 
account  for  the  time  that  he  was  treasurer,  is  sending  to  Ireland  to  purvey 
80  quarters  of  wheat  and  80  quarters  of  oats  for  the  maintenance  of  himself 
and  his  household. 


10  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1091  Membra  ne  7 — cont. 

Dpc.  1.  Power  to  John  de  Bennyngham,  earl  of  Loueth,  justiciary  of  Ireland,  to 

Isleworih.     remove  such  justices  and  other  ministers  of  places  put  there  by  Roger  de 

Mortuo  Mari,  when  he  was  justiciary,  as  he  shall  find  inelFicient  and  to 

appoint  others  in  their  places.     [FanleraJ]  By  p.s. 

Nov.  15.  Licence  for  Robert  de  Holand  and  Matilda  his  wife  to  assign  the  manors 

Westminster,  of  Brackele  and  liaise,  co.  Northampton,  and  a  third  part  of  the  manor  of 
Shei)eshed,  co.  Leicester,  held  in  chief,  to  Adam  de  Preston  and  William  de 
Wirkesworth  and  for  them  to  regrant  the  same  to  the  said  Robert*  and 
Matilda  for  their  lives,  with  successive  remainders  to  Robert  son  of  the  said 
Robert  de  Iloland  and  the  heirs  of  his  body,  Thomas  his  brother,  Alan 
brother  of  Thomas,  the  heirs  male  of  Robert  and  Matilda,  and  to  the  right 
heirs  of  Matilda.  By  tine  of  20  marks. 

Dec.  G.  Writ  of  aid  for  Oliver  de  Ingham  and  Robert  Lewer  appointed  to  seize 

Wrpt minster,  into  the  king's  hands  all  the  lands  and  goods  of  Roger  Dammory,  Hugh 
Daudele,  the  younger,  Philip  de  la  Beche,  Henry  lo  Tyes,  John  de  la  Beche, 
Philip,  Robert  and  Edmund  brothers  of  the  said  John,  John  Giffard  of 
Bryumiesfeld,  John  Mautravers,  the  younger,  William  de  Whitefeld, 
Nicholas  de  Percy,  and  Bartholomew  do  Badelesmere  in  the  counties  of 
Oxford,  Ikrks,  Wilts  and  Gloucester.  By  K. 

Doc.  7.  Commission  to  Oliver  de  Ingham  and  liobert  Lewer  to  arrest  Roger 

Westminster.  Dammory,  Hugh  Daudele  *le  iitz,'  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere,  Philip  de 
la  Beche,  Henry  de  Tyeys,  John  de  la  Beche,  Philip,  Robert  and  Edmund 
his  brothers,  John  (iiflfard  of  Brymmesf eld,  John  Mautravers  '  le  fitz,'  William 
de  Whitefeld  and  Nicholas  de  Percy ;  the  sheriffs,  in  whose  bailiwicks  the 
said  Roger  and  others  may  be  found,  are  to  commit  them  to  prison. 

[Pari  Writs,]      13y  K. 


MKMBRASE    iS. 

Dec.  5.  Apjwintment  during  pleasure,  with  the  assent  of  queen  Isabella,  of  Oliver 

Wtstminstt^r.    de  Ingham  to  the  custody  of  the  corpus  only  of  the  castle  of  Marlebergh, 

which  she  holds  for  life  of  the  king's  grant,  saving  to  her  all  the  issues  and 

profits  of  the  said  castle.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  the  queen  to  deliver  the  corpus  of  the  castle  to  him  by 

indenture. 

The  like  appointment  of  Robert  Lower  to  the  custody  of  the  corpus  of  the 
castle  of  Devises,  which  the  queen  also  holds.  By  K. 

Like  mandate  to  the  queen. 

Doc.  5.  Pardon  to  Thomas  Herewold  of  London,  *  spycer,*  of  his  outlawry  in  the 

Westmin^-tcr.    county  of  Norfolk  for  not  appearing  before  the  king  to  answer  James  de 
Sutton  of  Boston  on  a  plea  of  trespass. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

Dec.  6.  Protection  with  clause  nolu}nuH  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  of  Donekeswclle. 

Westminster. 

The  like  for  the  following : — 
Hugh  de  Courteneye. 
Eleanor  de  Courteneye. 
Margaret  de  Moles. 

Dec.  8.  Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  Joan  late  the  wife  of 

WoFtminst^'r.    Jauics  dc  Bohoim. 


15    EDWARD    II.— Pakt   1. 


41 


1321. 
Dec.  6. 

Westminster. 


Dec.  8. 

Westminster. 


Dec.  7. 

Westminster. 


Dec.  6. 

Westminster. 

Dec.  8. 

Westminster. 


Dec.  8. 
Westminster. 


Dec.  12. 
Beading. 

Dec.  18. 

Newbury. 


Dec.  20. 

Cirencester. 


Dec.  28. 

Cirencester. 


Dec.  26. 

Cirencester. 


Membrane  6 — canU 

John  de  Hothum,  bishop  of  Ely,  staying  in  England,  has  letters 
nominating  Elias  de  Asshebum  and  Alexander  Aptot  his  attorneys  in 
Ireland  for  two  years. 

Grant  to  Master  Robert  de  Patrika,  king's  clerk,  of  the  archdeaconry  of 
Stafford  in  the  church  of  St.  Chad,  Lichefeld,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason 
of  the  voidance  of  the  see  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

Vacatetl  because  (pthenrise  below. 

Presentation  of  John  de  Donestaple  to  the  church  of  Alresford,  in  the 
diocese  of  Winchester,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  late  voidance  of 
the  see.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  Jiolumns  for  one  year  for  Robert  de  Chissebeche. 

Protection  with  clause  vohiwun  for  one  year  for  Master  John  de  Stretford, 
archdeacon  of  Lincoln,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service. 

ByK. 

He  also  has  letters  nominating  Master  Robert  de  Stretford  and  Master 
Thomas  de  Langetoft  his  attorneys  for  one  year.  By  K. 

He  has,  as  executor  of  J.  late  bishop  of  Lincoln,  like  letters  nominating 
the  said  Master  Thomas  de  Langetoft  and  Nicholas  de  Wei  ton. 

Safe  conduct  for  the  said  archdeacon. 

Safe  conduct  until  Easter  for  the  servants,  whom  Elias  de  Assheburn, 
king's  yeoman,  is  sending  to  Ireland  to  purvey  and  bring  to  him  100 
quarters  of  wheat  for  his  maintenance. 

Grant  for  five  years  to  the  mayor,  bailififs  and  good  men  of  the  town 
of  Oxford  of  murage. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

Prohibition  directed  to  all  ecclesiastical  persons  against  molesting 
Thomas  de  Staunton,  king's  clerk,  in  his  possession  of  the  church  of 
Crundal,  to  which  the  king  lately  presented  him;  the  king  having  recovered 
by  judgment  of  the  court  before  the  king  the  presentation  thereto 
belonging  to  him  by  reason  ot  the  late  voidance  of  the  bishopric  of 
Winchester.      [Fcedera,]  By  K. 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  Gilbert  de  Wygeton  as  clerk  of  the  Great 
Wardrobe.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  William  de  Cusance  to  deliver  to  him  by  indenture  all  things 
belonging  to  that  office  that  are  in  his  custody.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  the  keeper  of  the  office  of  the  treasurership  and  the 
chamberlains  of  the  Exchequer  to  deliver  to  him  money  as  he  requires  it 
for  pun^eyances  of  those  things  that  pertain  to  that  office,  charging  the 
keeper  of  the  said  Wardrobe  therewith.  By  p.s. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  two  years  for  William  de  Irby,  prior 
of  Hereford.  By  K. 

Writ  fic  intendendo  directed  to  the  barons  of  the  port  of  Dover  for  Simon 
Gyles,  whom  Edmund  de  Wodestok,  earl  of  Kent,  the  king's  brother,  to 
whom  the  king  has  granted  the  wardenship  of  the  said  port,  has  appointed 
during  his  pleasure  to  be  his  deputy  there. 

Protection  with  clause  voliimm  for  one  year  for  William  de  Deen  going 
beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service.  By  K. 


42 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321. 
Dec.  25. 

Cirencester. 

1322. 

Jan.  20. 
Shrewsbury. 

1321. 

Dec.  26. 

Cirencester. 


Dec.  27. 

Cirencester. 

Dec.  27. 
Cirencester. 

1322. 

Jan.  18. 

Shrewsbury. 

Feb.  18. 

Gloucester. 

Jan.  8. 

Worcester. 

1321. 

Dec.  26. 

Girenoester. 

1322. 

Jan.  8. 
Worcester. 

Jan.  5. 
Worcester. 


Membrane  6 — cent. 

Writ  fh  intendendo  for  James  Beauflour,  whom  Stephen  de  Abyndon, 
king's  Serjeant  and  butler,  has  appointed  during  his  pleasure  to  be  his 
deputy  in  the  port  of  London. 

The  like  for  James  de  Sutton,  appointed  in  like  manner  to  the  said  office 
in  the  town  of  Boston. 

Writ  of  aid  directed  to  the  knights  and  others  of  the  county  of  Gloucester 
for  John  de  Hampton,  sheriff  of  the  county,  and  Robert  de  Aston,  bailiff  of 
the  liberty  of  the  abbot  of  Cyrencestre,  whom  the  king  has  appointed  to 
level  the  castle  of  Brymmesfeld.  By  E. 

Protection  for  one  year  for  the  men  and  commonalty  of  the  town  of 
Cirencestre,  their  servants  and  goods.  By  K. 

Grant  for  three  years  to  the  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  the  said  town 
of  Cirencestre  of  pavage.  By  K. 

Grant  for  three  years  to  the  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  the  town  of  Wodestok 
of  murage.  By  E. 


The  like  for  one  year  to  those  of  the  city  of  Hereford. 


ByE. 


Henry  de  Belton  and  Bichard  de  Athelingflet,  monks  of  the  house  of 
Seleby,  bringing  news  of  the  death  of  Simon  their  abbot,  have  letters  for 
the  prior  and  convent  of  licence  to  elect.  By  E. 

Protection  with  clause  )wliunus  for  one  year  for  Martin  de  Fisshacre. 

The  like  for  Margaret  de  Dynham. 

The  like  for  the  abbot  of  Pershore.  By  E. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  until  Michaelmas  for  John  de  Peyto, 
William  de  Bycheford,  William  de  Brunman,  John  de  Glyve,  Robert  del 
Hawe,  John  de  la  Chaumbre  and  William  le  Messager.  By  E. 


1321. 

Dec.  10. 

Heading. 


Dec.  12. 
Reading. 


MEMBRANE  6. 

Commission  to  John  Mortein,  Ralph  son  of  Richard  and  Roger  de  Bello 
Campo,  keepers  of  the  peace  in  the  county  of  Bedford,  to  select  sixteen 
armed  horsemen  in  that  county  to  be  with  the  king  wherever  he  may  be  on 
Friday  after  St.  Lucy  the  Virgin.     [Pari.  Merits,]  By  E. 

The  like  to  Ralph  de  Wedon,  John  de  la  Penne  and  Philip  de  Hardeshull, 
keepers  of  the  peace  in  the  county  of  Buckingham,  to  select  fourteen  armed 
horsemen  in  that  county.     [Pari,  Writs.]  By  E. 

Commission  to  John  de  Mortein,  Ralph  son  of  Richard,  and  Roger  de 
Bello  Campo  to  preserve  the  peace  and  to  see  that  the  assize  of  arms  is 
observed  in  the  county  of  Bedford  in  pursuance  of  the  statute  of 
Winchester.     [Ftedna:  Pari.  Writtt,]  By  E. 

The  like  in  the  under-mentioned  counties,  viz : — 

Ralph  de  Wedon,  John  de  la  Penne  and  Philip  de  Hardeshull  in 

Buckingham. 
Henry  Huse,  John  de  Ifeld,  Robert  de  Estden  and  John  FiUiol  in 

Sussex. 
William  le  Botiller  of  Wemme,  Robert  de  Grendon,  Roger  Corbet  of 

Haddele,  and  John  de  Felton  in  Salop.     [Fadera :  Pari.  Writs.] 


16    EDWARD    n.— Part   1. 


48 


1322. 

Jan.  17. 
Shrewsbory. 

1321. 

Dec.  6. 

Westminster. 


Dec.  8. 

Westminster. 


Dec.  12, 

Beading. 


Dec.  18. 

Beading. 


Dec.  15. 
Chilton. 

Dec.  17. 
Ogboame. 

Dec.  18. 
Cricklade. 

Dec.  22. 
Cirencester. 


Membrane  5 — cont, 

John  de  Boos,  Alan  de  Multon,  and  John  de  Kirketon  in  the  parts  of 
Holand,  co.  Lincoln.      [Fcedera :  Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

Licence  for  Bichard  Sifrewas,  the  elder,  to  enfeoft  Bichard  Sifrewas,  the 
younger,  of  the  manor  of  Cleware,  co.  Berks,  held  in  chief. 

By  fine  of  5  marks. 

Commission  to  John  de  Bermyngham,  earl  of  Loueth,  justiciary  of 
Ireland,  to  cause  to  come  before  him  the  records  and  processes  of  all 
assizes  and  pleas  held  before  Boger  de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Wygemor,  while 
he  was  the  king's  lieutenant  in  Ireland,  and  to  correct  the  errors  therein 
according  to  law  and  the  customs  of  those  parts,  with  mandate  to  the 
chancellor  and  other  ministers  of  the  king  to  obey  him  therein,  many 
persons  having  made  complaint  that  they  are  unable  as  well  on  account  of 
the  distance  and  many  dangers  as  of  their  impotency  and  poverty  to  sue 
them  before  the  king  within  the  realm,  as  it  has  hitherto  been  usual  to  do 
in  the  case  of  errors  made  before  the  justiciary  of  Ireland.  By  E. 

Signification  to  B.  bishop  of  Salisbury  of  the  royal  assent  to  the  election 
of  Constance  de  Percy,  a  nun  of  the  house  of  Wylton,  to  be  abbess.     By  K. 

Signification  to  B.  bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells,  of  the  revocation  of 
the  presentation  of  William  de  Eyrkeby  to  the  church  of  Cheddeseye 
in  the  diocese  of  Bath  and  Wells,  in  the  king*s  gift  by  reason  of  his 
custody  of  the  land  and  heir  of  William  de  Monte  Acuto,  tenant  in 
chief ;  as  it  appears  that  Walkelin  de  Esshemerbrok,  king's  clerk,  the  rector 
thereof,  is  still  living.  By  E. 

Grant  to  the  said  Walkelin  that  he  be  not  molested  therein  by  reason  of 
any  right  the  king  may  have  because  of  his  custody  of  the  said  land  and 
heir.  By  E. 

Protection  for  Master  Gilbert  de  Middelton,  king's  clerk,  archdeacon  of 
Northampton,  and  all  his  benefices ;  he  is  not  to  be  molested  in  the 
possession  of  that  archdeaconry  in  the  church  of  Lincoln,  or  of 
the  following  prebends  by  reason  of  any  right  the  king  may  have  because 
of  past  voidances  of  the  sees  wherein  they  are,  viz.  the  prebend  of 
Thame  in  the  church  of  Lincoln,  the  prebend  of  Wallokebum  in  the 
church  of  St.  Paul,  London,  the  prebend  of  Netherhavene  in  the  church  of 
St.  Mary,  Salisbury,  the  prebend  of  Sutton  in  the  church  of  Chichester, 
the  prebend  of  Henxstrigge  in  the  church  of  Wells,  the  prebend  of  Henyton 
in  the  church  of  Hereford,  a  prebendal  portion  in  the  church  of  Ledebury 
in  the  diocese  of  Hereford,  and  the  prebendal  church  of  Edyndon  in  the 
conventual  church  of  Bomeseye.  By  E. 


Pardon  to  William  Daudri  for  the  death  of  Peter  Breton. 


ByE. 


Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  Easter  for  John  de  Haudlo  going 
beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service.  By  E. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumm  for  one  year  for  John  Inge. 

Writ  of  aid,  until  the  Purification,  directed  to  the  sheriffs  of  the  counties 
of  Gloucester,  Worcester  and  Wilts,  for  John  de  Hampton  and  Bobert  de 
Aston,  whom  the  king,  who  is  with  the  magnates  of  the  realm  and  others 
in  the  parts  of  Cirencestre,  in  consequence  of  the  people  of  those 
counties  withholding  wheat  and  corn,  or  selling  only  at  excessive  prices, 
has  appointed  to  view  the  corn  in  the  said  counties  and  to  buy  in  places 


44 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321. 


Dec.  25. 

Cirencester. 

Dec.  26. 
Cirencester. 


Dec.  27. 

Cirencester. 

Dec.  27. 

Winchcoinbe. 

1322. 

Jan.  2. 
Worcester. 

Jan.  2. 
Worcester. 


Membrane  6 — conU 

where  corn  is  found,  a  part  thereof  at  a  reasonable  price,  for  which 
they  or  either  of  them  shall  answer  to  the  seller ;  such  corn  is  at  their 
discretion  to  be  delivered  to  bakers  and  brewers  for  baking,  brewing  and 
sale  to  the  magnates  and  others,  and  the  said  bakers  and  brewers  shall 
answer  to  the  said  John  and  Robert,  who  will  satisfy  the  persons  from 
whom  the  corn  shall  have  been  bought.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  and  convent  of 
Malmesbury.  By  K.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  Roger  Corbet  to  the  custody  of  the  town 
of  Brugenorth.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  to  the  bailififs  and  good  men  of  the  said  town. 

Safe  conduct  for  one  year  for  Francis  Balduch'  of  Florence,  going  beyond 
the  seas.  By  E. 

Protection  for  one  year  for  Gerardinus  Janne,  Bonus  Philippi,  Dinus 
Forcetti,  Francis  Grandonis,  Peter  Reyneri,  John  Francisci  and  their 
fellows,  merchants  of  the  society  of  the  Bardi  of  Florence,  their  servants 
and  goods.  By  K. 

Safe  conduct  for  one  year  for  the  servants  whom  the  said  merchants  are 
sending  to  divers  parts  of  the  realm  on  their  affairs.  By  E. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumm  for  one  year  for  Master  Robert  de  Patrica. 

ByE. 


The  like  for  two  years  for  the  abbot  of  Evesham; 


ByE. 


1321. 
Dec.  6. 

VVeatminster. 


Dec.  8. 

Westmiiijster. 

Dec.  6. 

Westminster. 


Dec.  8. 

Westminster. 


Dec.  12. 

Windsor. 

Dec.  6. 

Westminster. 


MEMBRANE    4. 

Mandate  to  the  constable  of  the  castle  of  Marlebergh  or  his  lieutenant  to 
permit  Oliver  de  Dynham  and  Robert  Lewer  to  enter  that  castle,  as  the 
king  has  appointed  them  to  assemble  all  the  horse  and  foot  of  the  counties 
of  Wilts  and  Berks  against  the  king's  rebels. 

The  like  to  the  constable  of  the  castle  of  Devises  for  the  said  Oliver  and 
Robert. 

Pardon  to  Thomas  Galienne  for  the  death  of  John  de  Hummet  in  the 
Island  of  Gemereye,  and  of  his  abjuration  of  the  islands  therefor.       By  E. 

Grant  for  seven  years,  at  the  request  of  John  de  Britannia,  earl  of 
Richmond,  to  the  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  Little  Yarmouth  and  Gorleston 
of  pavage.  By  E. 

Protection  with  clause  volnmm  for  one  year  for  John  Vanne,  chaplain, 
going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service  with  Master  John  de  Stratford, 
archdeacon  of  Lincoln.  By  testimony  of  the  said  John. 

The  said  John  Vanne  has  letters  nominating  Peter  Galeys  and  Thomas 
Bonrouncyn  his  attorneys  for  the  same  time. 

Protection  with  clause  rudumus  for  one  year  for  the  prior  of  Wolricheston. 

Power  to  J.  bishop  of  Ely  to  retain  as  many  men  at  arms,  horse  or  foot, 
as  he  pleases,  for  the  custody  of  the  isle  of  Ely,  so  that  no  suspected 
persons  may  enter  and  so  danger  arise.  By  E. 


16    EDWABD    n.— Part  1. 


45 


1321. 
Dec.  7. 

Westminster. 


Dec.  15. 

Chilton. 


Dec.  12. 

Aldermaston. 


Dec.  12. 

Aldermaston. 


Deo.  17. 

Ogboome. 

Dec.  27. 

Cirencester. 


Dec.  8. 
Westminster. 


Dec.  25. 

Cirencester. 

1322. 

Jan.  2. 
Worcester. 


Membrane  4 — cant. 

Protection  with  clause  vulumm  for  one  year  for  Master  John  de  Stratford, 
prebendary  of  the  prebends  of  Castre  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln, 
and  of  Tachebrok  in  the  church  of  St.  Chad,  Lichefeld,  going  beyond  the 
seas  in  the  king's  ser\ice.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  Master  John  :  — 

William  de  Mees,  parson  of  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Northberkhamstede. 

Bichard  de  RagenhuUe,  parson  of  the  church  of  Bemolby. 

John  de  Byteme. 

Nicholas  de  Stretford. 

Peter  de  Eston. 

John  de  Maddeleye. 

The  like  for  Master  William  de  Weston,  parson  of  the  church  of  Abber- 
^^ury*  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service. 

Safe  conduct  for  one  year  for  Masters  John  de  Stratford,  archdeacon  of 
Lincoln,  and  William  de  Weston,  professors  of  civil  law,  and  W^illiam  de 
Deen,  knight,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  affairs.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  Henry  de  la  Porte  of  Northampton,  for  breaking  and  escaping 
from  the  prison  of  the  king's  Marshalsea,  where  he  was  detained  for  a  trespass 
against  John  de  Cherleton,  merchant,  whereof  he  was  convicted  by  an 
inquisition  wherein  he  put  himself  before  the  king.  By  K. 

Restitution  in  pursuance  of  the  above  recited  pardon  to  Thomas  Galyen 
of  his  lands  and  goods,  which  were  taken  into  the  king's  hands  by  reason 
of  the  death  of  John  Hummet,  killed  in  the  island  of  Gemereye,  whereof 
the  said  Thomas  was  charged.  By  p.s. 

Grant  to  the  mayor  and  good  men  of  the  city  of  London  that  the  aid 
which  they  made  lately  of  armed  foot  at  the  castle  of  Ledes,  co.  Kent,  and 
of  armed  men  now  going  to  divers  parts  of  the  realm,  shall  not  be  to  their 
prejudice  or  drawn  into  a  precedent.  By  p.s. 

Protection  for  one  year  for  the  burgesses  and  commonalty  of  the  town  of 
Melecombe,  their  goods,  servants  and  ships.  By  K. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 
Malmesbury  of  the  following  lands  there,  to  wit,  by  John  le  Redesmyth  of 
Malmesbury  of  2  messuages  and  2  acres  of  land ;  by  Richard  Buffard  of 
Malmesbury  of  1  messuage ;  by  William  Pavy  of  ^lalmesbury  of  a  toft ;  by 
Richard  Handsex  of  a  messuage  and  a  toft ;  by  Robert  le  Fourbour  of 
Malmesbury  of  a  messuage  ;  by  William  Bouk  of  Malmesbury  of  a  toft ;  by 
John  de  Lusteleye  of  Malmesbury  of  a  messuage.  By  K. 

Safe  conduct  for  one  year  for  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  in 
pursuance  of  his  petition  that  the  judgement  of  exile  and  disherison  lately 
passed  upon  him  by  certain  magnates  contains  errors  and  should  be  annulled, 
and  that  the  king  should  do  him  justice  as  he  is  bound  by  his  coronation 
oath  and  the  tenor  of  Magna  Carta.     [Fudvra,]  By  K. 

The  like  for  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  elder.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  sheriffs  and  others  to  cause  the  above  to  be  published  and  to 

see  that  it  is  observed.      [FoBdem.]  By  K. 

Commission  to  John  de  Swynnerton,  Roger  Corbet  and  William  de  Saun- 
ford  to  array  8,000  footmen  in  the  county  of  Salop.  By  K. 

The  like  to  John  de  Swynnerton  and  John  Giffard  of  Chylyngton  for 
2,000  footmen  in  the  county  of  Stafford. 

The  like  to  Ralph  de  Grendon  and  Thomas  le  Rous  for  1,000  footmen  in 
the  county  of  Warwick.    [Pari.  Wriu.] 


46 


CALENDAB  OP  PATENT  BOLLS. 


1322, 

Jan.  20. 

Shrewsbury. 

Jan.  8. 
Worcester. 


Jan.  8. 
Worcester. 

Jan.  5. 
Worcester. 


Jan.  10. 
Droitwich. 


Jan.  8. 
Worcester. 


Jan.  4. 

Winchester. 

[Sic.) 

Jan.  8. 
Worcester, 


Jan.  4. 
Worcester. 


Membrane  4 — cont. 

The  like  to  William  Gentil  and  Edmund  de  Neville  for  200  foot  in  the 
county  of  Lancaster.     [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

Mandate  to  the  sheriff  of  Oxford  to  seize  the  corpas  of  the  bishop  of 
Lincoln's  castle  of  Bannebury,  and  to  deliver  it  to  Bobert  de  Ardem,  who 
is  to  have  the  custody  thereof  according  to  the  king's  commission.       By  K. 

Appointment  of  the  said  Bobert  to  the  custody  tliereof.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  for  him  directed  to  the  knights  and  others  of  the  parts  of 
Bannebury.  By  K. 

Commission  to  Nicholas  de  la  Beche  to  attach  and  arrest  certain  of  the 
king's  contrariants.      [Pari,  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  William  de  Engelby  to  arrest  John  Mautravers  le  fitz,  John 
de  Brokishale,  John  de  Pederton,  Edward  Stradlige,  John  de  Balee,  and 
Edward  Mautravers.     [Pari.  Writi,]  By  K. 

The  like  to  Edmund  de  Saintmor  to  arrest  and  attach  Peter  de 
Denardeston,  knight,  Robert  de  Peyton  and  Robert  de  Gedeworth.  [Pari, 
Writs.]  By  K. 

Pardon  to  the  mayor  and  commonalty  of  the  town  of  Newcastle  on 
Tyne  of  50/.  of  the  farai  of  their  town,  beyond  those  pardons  already  made 
to  them,  in  aid  of  their  expenses  in  the  munition  of  the  said  town. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  keeper  of  the  office  of  the  treasurership  and 
the  barons  of  the  Exchequer  to  allow  the  same. 

Protection  with  clause  iwlnmus  for  Henry  de  Edenestowe,  parson  of  the 
church  of  Flyntham,  constantly  attending  on  the  king's  service. 

Protection  with  clause  volamus  until  Holy  Trinity  for  R.  bishop  of 
Winchester,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  Roger  Utlagh,  prior  of  the  Hospital  of 
St.  John  of  Jerusalem  in  Ireland,  to  the  office  of  the  chancellorship  of 
Lreland.  By  K.  on  the  like  information. 

Mandate  to  W.  archbishop  of  Cashel  to  deliver  to  him  the  seal  which  is 
used  in  Ireland  and  all  other  things  in  his  custody  pertaining  to  the  said 
office. 

Mandate  to  John  de  Bermyngeham,  earl  of  Loueth,  justiciary  of  Ireland, 
to  cause  him  to  have  the  said  seal,  and  all  things  pertaining  to  the  said 
office. 

Writ  of  aid  directed  to  the  knights  and  others  of  the  hundred  of  Chirbury 
for  the  constable  of  the  castle  of  Montgomery  and  others  being  therein  on 
the  king's  behalf.      By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 


Jan.  4. 
Worcester. 

Jan.  4. 
Worcester. 


MEMBRANE  3. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumm  for  one  year  for  Richard  Knyght, 
*  spygumel,*  constantly  attending  on  the  king's  service. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Peter  de  Eyvill  of  a  messuage, 
2  bovates  of  land,  and  lis.  8d.  of  rent  in  Houeden,  Birland,  Portyngton 
and  Estryngton  to  a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  church 
of  Estrington  for  the  souls  of  the  said  Peter,  Emma  his  wife.  Master 
Thomas  de  Birland,  the  ancestors  and  successors  of  the  said  Peter  and 
Emma  and  all  the  f^thful  departed.  By  fine  of  2  marks. 


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47 


1322. 

Jan.  7. 
Worcester. 


Jan.  9. 
DodderhUL 


Jan.  7. 
Worcester. 


Jan.  8. 

Worcester. 


Jan.  11. 
Worcester. 

Jan.  12. 
Pershore. 


Jan.  10. 
Kingswinford. 


Jan.  10. 
Kingswinford. 


Jan.  12. 
Newport. 

Jan.  18. 
Newport. 


Membrane  8 — cont. 

Grant  to  Nicholas  de  Lychefeld,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of  Buben- 
hull  in  the  church  of  Lychefeld,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  voidance 
of  the  see  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  the  guardian  of  the  spirituality  of  the  bishopric  to  admit 
him.  . 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  dean  and  chapter. 

Protection  and  safe  conduct,  directed  to  all  constables  and  keepers  of 
castles,  fortalices  and  other  places,  and  mayors,  bailiffs  and  commonalties  of 
cities,  boroughs,  towns  and  other  places,  for  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the 
younger.      [Fcedera.]  By  K. 

Safe  conduct  for  one  year  for  Master  Robert  de  Baldok,  the  younger,  clerk 
of  the  king's  Household,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  affairs.    By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  John  de  Crosseby, 
parson  of  the  church  of  ToUesbury. 

Revocation  of  the  collation  of  Bertrand  de  Asserio  to  the  prebend  of 
Bedewynde  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Salisbury,  as  in  contempt  of  the 
king's  collation  he  now  attempts  to  obtain  that  prebend  of  the  collation  of 
another.  By  p.s. 

Ratification,  in  consideration  of  his  services  to  Edward  I,  of  the  posses- 
sion which  Master  Nicholas  de  Tyngewyk,  king's  clerk,  has  in  the  said 
prebend  of  Bedewynde  by  collation  of  S.  late  bishop  of  Salisbury,  although 
that  prebend  belongs  to  the  king's  gift  as  void  by  reason  of  the  late  voidance 
of  the  bishopric  of  Salisbury ;  grant  to  him  that  henceforth  he  may  hold 
the  said  prebend  of  the  king's  right  and  authority. 

[imerUul  subsequentlj/,]    [Grant  in  pursuance]  to  the  said  Master  Nicholas. 

Protection  with  clause  iwlumus  for  one  year  for  Master  Thomas  de 
Besford,  parson  of  the  church  of  ChekunhuU. 

Grant,  for  two  years,  at  the  instance  of  Thomas  de  Evesham,  king's  clerk, 
to  the  good  men  of  the  town  of  Persshore  of  pontage  to  be  collected 
by  the  hands  of  Henry  de  Evesham  and  Thomas  le  Deyare  of  Persshore. 

ByK. 

Appointment  of  William  de  Anne,  king's  yeoman,  to  arrest  all  disturbers 
of  the  peace  who  prevent  merchants  and  others  with  victuals  and  goods 
from  passing  by  the  Trent  to  the  town  of  Notingham ;  to  arrest  all  persons 
passing  from  the  North  to  the  South  with  horses  and  arms  to  aid  the 
contrariants  at  the  castle  of  Tykehull ;  and  if  John  de  Moubray,  lord  of  the 
isle  of  Haxiholm,  who  is  reported  to  have  made  ready  to  aid  the  contrariants, 
has  gone  to  their  assistance,  to  seize  into  the  king's  hands  his  lands  and 
goods  in  the  said  Island  and  to  hold  the  same,  answering  to  the  king  in  his 
chamber  for  the  issues  thereof.  By  K. 

General  pardon  to  Walter  de  la  PuUe,  Geoffrey  deSaresfeld,  knights,  John 
le  Waleys,  John  de  Saresfeld,  W^illiam  be  Saresfeld,  Adam  de  Saresfeld, 
Robert  Tuyt,  Laurence  Telyng,  Hugh  Telyng,  Peter  Conestable,  Geoffrey 
Wollebeter,  Richard  WoUebeter,  John  Stratton,  the  younger,  and  Andrew  le 
Clerk  for  all  offences  committed  by  them  in  Ireland.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  iwlumus  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  of  Redyng. 

ByK. 

Safe  conduct  until  Sunday  at  Vespers  and  the  night  following  at  the 
request  of  Thomas,  the  earl  Mareschal,  Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  the  king's 


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CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Jan.  14. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  8. 
Worcester, 


Jan.  17. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan.  17. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan.  12. 
Newport. 

Jan.  15. 

Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  17. 

Shrewsbury. 

(Salohirit.) 

Jan.  IG. 

Shrewsbury 

Jan.  15. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  18. 
Shrewsbury. 


Membrane  8 — cont, 

brothers,  John  de  Britaigne,  earl  of  Richmond,  Aymer  de  Valence,  earl  of 
Pembrok,  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  John,  earl  of  Garenne,  for  Roger  de 
Mortimer  of  Wigemor  and  others  of  his  company  to  the  number  of  twenty, 
Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere  excepted,  coming  to  Betton  Lcstraunge,  to 
treat  with  the  said  earls  of  Richmond,, Pembroke,  Arundel  and  Garrenne. 
Freru'h,     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid,  directed  to  sheriffs  and  others,  for  Peter  de  Monte  Forti, 
William  de  Bello  Campo,  and  Roger  de  Aylesbury,  appointed  during  pleasure 
to  the  custody  of  the  city  of  Worcester.  By  K. 

The  like,  directed  to  the  citizens  and  others  of  the  said  city.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  until  Easter  for  the  servants,  whom  the  said  Peter  de  Monte 
Forti  is  sending  to  buy  victuals  in  the  county  of  W^orcester  and  neighbouring 
parts  for  the  maintenance  of  himself  and  his  household.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  voliimuH  until  Holy  Trinity  for  Master  James 
Sinobaldi  of  Florence,  archdeacon  of  W^inchester,  going  beyond  the  seas  with 
R.  bishop  of  Winchester  on  the  king's  service. 

The  like  for  the  following  persons  : — 
Bertrand  de  Asserio,  parson  of  the  church  of  Freshwatere  in  the  Isle 

of  Weight. 
Master  John  de  Malmesbury. 

Thomas  de  London,  pai*son  of  the  church  of  Muchelmersh. 
Thomas  de  Bisshopeston. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumuH  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  of  Shrewsbury. 

The  like  for  the  abbot  of  Battle. 

Pardon  to  John  son  of  Thomas  le  Wodeward  of  Cheswardyn  for  the 
death  of  Geoffrey  de  Lyndeseye,  and  of  any  consequent  outlawry.       By  p.s. 

Grant  to  Master  Robert  Patrika,  king's  clerk,  of  the  archdeaconry  of 
Stafford,  in  the  church  of  St.  Chad,  Lichefeld,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason 
of  the  voidance  of  the  see  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Safe  conduct  until  Wednesday  at  Vespers  and  the  night  following  for 
Roger  de  Mortimer  of  W^ygemor,  and  forty  of  his  company ;  to  the  same 
effect  as  above.     French.     [FnJcra:  Pari.  ]Vrits,] 

Protection  with  clause  nolinnns  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  of  Ystrad 
Marchell  {fie  Strata  Mareelle). 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  Nicholas  Lescot,  the  mayor,  and  Richard 
de  Emeldon,  a  burgess  of  Newcastle  on  Tyne,  to  the  custody  of  that  town. 

ByK. 

W^rit  of  aid  for  Robert  de  Sapy,  Griflin  ap  Rees  and  Thomas  de  Wynnes- 
bury  appointed  to  receive  in  the  king's  name  at  the  king's  w^ill  John  de 
Cherleton,  and  all  who  are  at  present  in  the  castle  of  la  Pole  against  the 
king,  and  to  bring  the  said  John  to  the  king.  By  K. 


MEMB}iA^E  2. 

Jan.  10.  Signification  to  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln  of  the  revocation  of  the  presentation 

Kinswinsford.  of  Robert  de  Risshton,  king's  clerk,  to  the  church  of  Geytyngton  in  the 


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49 


1322. 


Jan.  7. 

Worcester. 


Jan.  7. 
Worcester. 

Feb.  8. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  10. 
Gloucester. 

Jan.  15. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  15. 
Shrewsbury 


Metnbrane  2 — co7it. 

diocese  of  Lincoln,  whom  the  king  believing  that  the  church  was  void 
through  death  had  presented  thereto,  as  it  appears  that  Geoffrey  de 
Gropes,  the  rector,  is  still  living. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Eobert  de  Baldok. 

The  like  of  the  presentation  to  the  same  church  of  Bobert  de  Clyf'. 

Appointment  of  Adam  de  Halnake  and  Richard  Moniword  of  Hereford 
to  the  custody,  during  pleasure,  of  the  priory  of  Hereford,  which  is  annexed 
to  the  abbey  of  Gloucester,  and  which  priory  the  king  had  commanded  the 
sheriff  of  Hereford  to  take  into  his  hands  on  account  of  its  impoverishment 
by  reason  of  the  contention  between  William  de  Irby,  the  prior,  who 
acknowledges  that  the  priory  is  of  the  sole  foundation  of  the  king's 
ancestors  and  that  he  holds  it  of  the  king's  advowson,  a\^d  Thomas  de 
Burghull,  who  has  intruded  therein  and  claims  that  the  priory  is  of  the 
advowson  and  foundation  of  another  than  of  the  king's  progenitors.     By  K. 

Mandate  to  the  sheriff  to  deliver  the  priory  with  all  its  possessions  to 
them  by  indenture.  By  K. 

Protection  and  safe  conduct,  during  pleasure,  for  the  said  William  de 
Irby  going  through  the  kingdom  and  prosecuting  his  suit.    '  By  K. 

Mandate  to  Edmund  Gacelyn  to  deliver  to  Amicia  Bluet,  the  castle,  town 
and  lands  of  Stradewy,  which  belong  to  her  inheritance,  and  which  the  king 
in  the  belief  that  it  was  in  the  hands  of  contrariants  had  lately  caused  to 
be  seized  into  his  hands  and  to  be  delivered  to  the  said  Edmund,  as  he 
understands  the  said  Amicia  has  acted  faithfully  towards  him.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  said  Edmund  to  deliver  to  Sibyl  Pauncefote  the  castle, 
town  and  lands  of  Kirkehowell.  By  K. 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  Nicholas  Lescot,  the  mayor,  and  Bichard 
de  Emeldon,  a  burgess  of  Newcastle  on  Tyne,  to  the  custody  of  that  town. 

ByK. 
Writ  of  aid  for  them,  directed  to  the  burgesses  of  the  said  town. 

Protection  with  clause  nolmnus  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  of  Hauman. 

ByK. 


Jan.  16.  Mandate  to  all  persons  in  the  castle  of  la  Pole  to  deliver  the  custody  of 

Shrewsbury,    the  castle  to  Griffin  ap  Res,  Res  ap  Griffith,  Bertrand  de  la  More,  and 

Nicholas  le  Lumbard,  appointed  by  the  king  to  receive  it.  By  K. 

The  like  to  all  in  the  castle  of  Chirk  to  deliver  it  to  the  same  persons. 

ByK. 

The  like  to  all  in  the  castle  of  Knokyn  to  deliver  it  to  Peter  Giffard  and 
Morgan  Thloyt.  By  K. 

Jan.  16.  Exemption  for  life  to  John  Dabernon,  the  elder,  from  being  made  sheriff, 

Shrewsbury,    coroner  or  other  bailiff  or  minister  of  the  king  ;  and  from  being  put  upon 

juries,  assizes  or  recognitions,  except  upon  juries  to  convict  fcJse  jurors  of 

inquisitions,  juries  and  assizes,  and  upon  inquisitions  against  conspirators 

and  confederacies.      By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 


Jan.  12. 
Newport. 


Grant  for  three  years  to  the  mayor,  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  the  town  of 
Nottingham  of  murage  ;  during  that  time,  the  customs  granted  to  Alice  la 
Palmere  in  aid  of  the  construction  of  certain  bridges  by  the  said  town  shall 
cease,  owing  to  the  pressing  necessity  of  enclosing  the  town.  By  p.s. 


24962 


50 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

Feb.  18. 
Gloucester. 

Jan.  18. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  20. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  19. 

Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  18. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan.  22. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  24. 
Shrewsbury. 

Feb.  7. 

Gloucester. 


Feb.  7. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  8. 
Gloucester. 

Jan.  8. 
Worcester. 


Memhrane  2 — vont. 

The  like  to  the  mayor,  bailiflfs  and  good  men  of  the  city  of  Lincoln. 

ByK. 

Confirmation  to  the  Friars  Minors  Commorant  at  Worcester  of  their 
dwelling  place  there  and  of  the  areas  for  the  enlargement  of  the  same 
granted  to  them  by  the  king's  progenitors  or  others.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  mdumus  for  one  year  for  Fulk  Lestraunge  in  his 
manors  of  Whitchurch  {de  Alho  Mtmaateno),  Wrocwardyn,  Sutton,  Bocton, 
Chesewardyn,  Morton  Teret,  Baleslegh,  Bragyton,  Longenholre,  Corfham, 
Cardeston,  Watlesburgh  and  le  Hey.  By  K. 

Appointment  during  pleasure,  of  Richard  de  Leghton  as  superior  keeper 
in  the  castle  of  Knokyn.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  for  him  directed  to  Isolda  de  Knokyn,  lady  of  that  castle. 

Signification  to  W.  archbishop  of  York  of  the  royal  assent  to  the  election 
of  John  de  Wystowe,  a  monk  of  St.  German's,  Seleby,  to  be  abbot  of 
that  house.  By  K. 

Grant  for  life  to  Richard  Blundel  of  a  messuage  and  52  acres  of  land  in 
Weston  and  6  acres  of  land  in  Wedon  Pynkenye,  held  in  chief,  late  of 
William  de  Suthwyk,  which  as  an  escheat  came  into  the  king's  hands 
as  the  said  William  was  hanged  for  felony ;  also  of  the  reversion  of  the 
following  lands  in  Weston  held  for  life  by  the  under-mentioned  tenants 
and  which  should  revert  after  their  deaths  to  the  king  by  reason  of 
the  same  forfeiture,  viz.  a  messuage  and  8  acres  held  by  Robert 
Russel  of  Weston,  6  acres  by  Robert  le  Warenner  and  Joan  his  wife,  \  acre 
by  Agnes  late  the  wife  of  Hugh  le  Shephurd,  and  1}  acres  by  Henry  le 
Wrighte  of  Weston  and  Alice  his  wife.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Peter  Corbet  of  Cauz. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

The  like  for  the  following  for  one  year  unless  otherwise  specified,  viz. — 
Hugh  de  Colnham  of  Shrewsbury.  By  K. 


The  prior  of  Wenlok  for  two  years. 

The  bishop  of  Winchester. 
Robert  Levere. 

John  de  Bray,  parson  of  the  church  of  All  Saints,  Walyngford. 


ByK. 

ByK. 
ByK. 


ByK. 


The  abbot  of  Dore. 
John  de  Staunton. 
Margaret  la  Mortimer. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 
Thomas  de  Tochewyk,  clerk. 

William  le  Ohaundeler  of  Mateston,  constantly  attendant  upon  the 
service  of  queen  Isabella. 

John  le  Botiller,  king's  sergeant,  captured  on    the  king's  service  in 
Wales  and  detained  a  long  time,  for  two  years. 

A.  bishop  of  Hereford. 

Master  John  Beraud,  parson  of  the  church  of  Overbury  and  of  the 
chapel  of  Berga. 


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51 


1322. 


Membrane  2 — co7it 

The  abbess  of  Elnestowe. 

The  rector  of  the  church  of  Northflet. 

John  de  Staunton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Boklond,  and  prebendary  in 

the  church  of  Pencrich,  in  the  manors  of  Thormerton,  Markeden, 

Hunchewich  and  Shesnecote. 


Jan.  20. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan.  20. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan.  21. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan.  18. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  20. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  21. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  28. 

Shrewsbury. 

Jan.  22. 

Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  22. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan.  22. 
Shrewsbury. 


MEMBRANE    1. 

Commission  to  William  le  Botiller  of  Wemme,  as  keeper  of  the  peace  in 
the  county  of  Salop.      [Pari,  Writs,]  By  K. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Thomas  de  Hastang  to  the  custody  of 
the  castle  called  *  Bisshopcastel,*  which  is  in  the  king's  hands.  By  K. 

William  de  Braunstori,  canon  of  Osolveston,  bringing  news  of  the  cession 
of  Robert  de  Staunford,  late  abbot  of  that  place,  has  letters  for  the  prior 
and  convent  of  licence  to  elect.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  Jordan  Dorree  of  that  which  pertains  to  the  king  for  being 
participant  and  consenting  to  the  murder  {multro)  by  Emma,  his  sister,  of 
Matilda  du  Val  and  a  boy  whom  the  said  Matilda  brought  forth  abortively, 
as  he  confessed  in  the  church  of  St.  Peter  Port,  in  the  isle  of  Gemereye, 
to  which  for  the  sake  of  sanctuary  he  had  fled,  and  of  his  abjuration  of 
Gemereye  and  Jerseye  and  the  adjacent  islands ;  with  restitution  to  him  of  all 
his  lands,  tenements  and  goods  which  by  forfeiture  are  in  the  king's  hands. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Safe  conduct,  until  Thursday,  from  morning  until  vespers  and  the  night 
following  for  Roger  de  Mortimer  of  Wygemor,  and  all  those  he  brings  with 
him  or  who  will  come  to  the  king's  will,  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere 
excepted  ;  granted  at  the  request  of  Thomas  earl  mareschal,  Edmund,  earl 
of  Kent,  the  king's  brothers,  John  de  Bretaigne,  earl  of  Richmond,  Aymer 
de  Valence,  earl  of  Pembroke,  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  and  John,  earl  of 
Garenne.     French,     [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

Extension  of  the  same  until  Friday  and  the  following  night.  French. 
[Pari.  Wnts.]  By  K. 

The  like  until  Friday  for  Humphrey  de  Bohoun,  earl  of  Hereford  and 
Essex,  and  those  whom  he  brings.     French.     [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

Extension  of  the  same  until  the  following  Thursday.  French.  [Pari. 
Wnts.]  By  K. 

Mandate  to  Ralph  de  Grendon  and  Thomas  le  Rous,  lately  appointed  to 
select  1,000  foot  in  the  county  of  Warwick,  and  to  bring  them  to  the  king 
wherever  he  might  be,  to  allow  the  said  men  to  stay  in  those  parts  provided 
they  continue  ready  to  arrest  any  disturbers  of  the  peace.      [Pari.  Writs.] 

ByK. 

Writ  of  aid  for  one  year  for  Henry  de  Wellyngbiry,  whom  the  king  is 
sending  to  purvey  wick  {limionem]  and  other  necessaries  for  the  office  of 
the  chaundlery  of  the  Household.  By  K. 

Power,  during  pleasure,  to  Philip  de  Middelton,  constable  of  the  castle  of 
Montgomery,  to  receive  to  the  king's  will  all  those  of  the  lands  of  Kaeryn 
and  Kedewynk,  who  are  willing  to  come  in.  By  K. 

The  like  to  William  la  Zouche  of  Assheby  to  receive  all  those  of  the 
lands  of  Huntyndon,  la  Haye  and  Breghenogh.  By  K. 


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CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 
Jan.  28. 

Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  20. 

Shrewsbury. 

Jan.  20. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan.  22. 
Shrewsbury. 


Feb.  7. 
Qlouoester. 


Feb.  16. 

Gloucester. 

Jan.  28. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  8. 
Worcester. 


Jan.  28. 

Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  25. 

Ludlow. 


Jan.  27. 

Ludlow. 


Membrane  1 — cant. 

Appointment  of  Reginald  de  Abenhale,  Walter  de  Nasse,  John  de  la  Box, 
William  de  Hathewy,  Richard  Malemort,  and  Richard  de  L*by  to  seize  into 
the  king's  hands  the  castle  of  St.  Briavels,  lately  taken  by  the  contrariants, 
and  to  keep  it  safe,  and  also  they  are  to  arrest  and  imprison  the  said 
contrariants  until  further  order.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  for  them  directed  to  the  barons,  knights  and  others  in  the 
forest  of  Dene  and  other  parts  of  the  county  of  Gloucester.  By  E. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  the  prior  of  Tykeford. 

Protection  during  pleasure  for  the  chancellor,  and  masters  of  the  university 
of  Oxford  and  all  persons  studying  there.  By  K. 

Licence  for  Robert  Lewer,  king's  yeoman,  to  crenellate  his  dwelling  place 
of  Westbury,  co.  Southampton.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Roger  de  la  Mare ;  nothing 
is  to  be  taken  for  the  king's  use  from  his  corn,  hay,  horses,  carts,  carriages 
{cariaifiis)y  victuals  or  other  goods  in  his  manors  of  Millynghope,  Hungerford, 
Thoggelond,  Hulton,  Possethom,  Armegrave,  Wystanestowe  and  Feldhamp- 
ton ;  or  from  the  goods  of  his  tenants  therein.  By  E. 

The  like  for  two  years  for  the  dean  and  chapter  of  St.  Paul's,  London, 
in  their  manors  of  Walton,  Kirkeby,  Thorp',  Brightlingeseye,  Beauchamp 
Canouns,  Wykham,  Hebregg,  Tylingham,  Barelyngges,  Westlee,  Ronewell, 
Northon,  Navestok,  Ghingelford,  Pelham  Fomeux,  Pelham  Arsa,  Aldebury, 
Sandon,  Erdeleye,  Cadynton,  Dratton,  Sutton,  Beemes,  Willesdon,  St. 
Pancras,  Hamersmyth,  Yeveneye,  Sonnebury  and  Boyton.  By  E. 

The  like  for  one  year  for  William  de  Lodelowe,  parson  of  the  church  of 
Suckeleye.  By  E. 

Protection,  until  Michaelmas,  for  the  servants  whom  John  de  Wellesleye, 
staying  in  England  on  the  king's  service,  is  sending  to  Ireland  to  purvey  200 
quarters  of  com  for  the  maintenance  of  himself  and  his  household.     By  E. 

Grant,  at  the  instance  of  Gilbert,  abbot  of  Bee  Herlewin,  staying  beyond 
the  seas,  and  of  the  convent  of  that  place,  that  William  de  Ponte  Episcopi, 
his  fellow  monk,  their  proctor  general  in  England,  be  admitted  as  attorney 
of  the  abbot  with  power  to  appoint  attorneys  in  his  place. 

Pardon  to  William  son  of  RcJph  le  Mareschal  and  John  his  brother, 
who  were  convicted  of  an  assault  on  William  Rosce  of  Totynebek,  of  their 
outlawry  in  the  county  of  Sussex  for  not  appearing  before  the  king  to 
satisfy  him  for  that  which  belongs  to  him  for  the  said  trespass  ;  provided 
that  they  surrender  and  satisfy  the  king  of  what  belongs  to  him  for 
the  said  trespass  and  the  said  William  of  the  damages  adjudged  to  him. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Robert  de  Echyngham. 

The  like,  at  the  instance  of  Robert  de  Eendale,  to  Alexander  de  Beme- 
feld  of  that  which  pertains  to  the  king  for  his  trespass  against  the  abbot 
of  Grestain,  whereof  the  said  Alexander  was  convicted,  and  of  any  conse- 
quent outlawry ;  provided  he  surrender  to  gaol  in  the  county  of  Sussex,  and 
satisfy  the  said  abbot.  By  p.s. 

Appointment  of  John  de  Felton,  Stephen  le  Blount,  and  John  de 
Weston  juxta  Brewode  to  survey  all  the  manors,  lands,  woods,  parks, 
&c.  and  goods  belonging  to  the  bishopric  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  void, 
and  in  the  king's  hands,  so  that  waste  or  injury  be  not  done  to  them  so 


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58 


1322. 


Jan.  24. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.   .  . 
Ludlow. 


Jan.  25. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  80. 

Hereford. 


Jan.  80. 
Hereford. 


Feb.  6. 
Newent. 


Feb.  4. 
Hereford. 


Feb.  8. 
Gloucester. 


Membrane    l—€07it. 

long  as  the  bishopric  shall  remain  in  the  king*s  custody ;  they  are  to 
certify  the  king  of  the  names  of  those  who  are  found  guilty.  By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid  for  him  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  bishopric  and  keepers 
of  the  said  manors  and  lands. 

Safe  conduct  for  two  years  for  Hugh  de  Colnham  of  Shrewsbury,  king's 
merchant,  and  his  servants,  trading  within  and  without  the  realm. 

ByK. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  the  prior  of  Wenlok, 
going  beyond  the  seas.  By  p.s. 

The  said  prior  has  letters  nominating  Guy  de  Bosco,  his  fellow  monk, 
and  Richard  de  Baggesoure  his  attorneys  in  £ngland  for  the  same  time. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  two  years  for  Isabella  Borrey  of 
Shrewsbury,  the  king's  hostess  (hospes  regis) ;  nothing  is  to  be  taken  of  her 
com  at  Caumpeden  or  elsewhere ;  no  bailiff  or  other  minister  of  the  king 
shall  be  lodged  within  her  dwelling  place  at  Shrewsbury.  By  E. 

R.  bishop  of  Winchester,  going  beyond  the  seas  in  the  king's  service, 
has  letters  nominating  William  de  Staunford  and  Tho[mas]  de  Fol- 
quardeby  his  attorneys  in  England  until  Holy  Trinity. 

Writ  of  aid  until  the  quinzaine  of  Easter  for  the  servants,  whom 
Douenald  de  Mar,  constable  of  the  castle  of  Newerk,  king's  yeoman,  is 
sending  into  the  county  of  L  [incoln]  and  the  parts  adjoining  to  purvey 
victuals  at  the  king's  cost  for  the  munition  of  the  castle.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Thomas  de  Hastang  to  deliver  the  castle  of  the  bishop  of 
Hereford  called  'Bisshopescastel,'  which  the  king  lately  took  into  his  hands, 
to  the  said  bishop.  By  p.s. 

Presentation  of  Master  Roger  de  Clisseby  to  the  church  of  Kilworth  in 
the  diocese  of  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the 
land  and  heir  of  Guy  de  Bello  Gampo,  sometime  earl  of  Warwick. 

By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid  for  John  de  Lortye  and  John  de  Say  appointed  to  arrest 
Tho[mas]  de  Gornay,  John  de  Kyngeston,  Walter  de  Pavely  of  Stratton,  John 
de  Ralegh,  Simon  de  Ralegh,  Warin  de  Ralegh,  John  Mautravers,  John 

Luterel,  Andrew  Luterel,  William  de  Co[ ],  Edward  de  Estradelich, 

William  de  Dumeford,  Matthew  de  Clyvedon,  Thomas  de  Ledynton,  John 
de  Acton,   Reginald   Uppehull,   Robert  de  Gantokesheved,   Nicholas    de 


Bai 

Wil 


ocis],  William  de  Acton,  John  de  Wroxhale,  John  de  Pederton,  and 
liam  le  Jeu.  By  K. 


The  like  for  Richard  Lovel  and  RegincJd  de  Frome,  appointed  to  arrest 
the  same  persons.      By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  .  .  .  .  de  Baldok. 

The  like  for  Nicholas  de  Grey  and  William  de  Bredon,  appointed  to  arrest 
the  same  persons.  By  E. 


Feb.  14. 

Gloucester. 

Feb.  21. 
Temple 
Ouyting. 

1321. 

July  18.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  Daubernoun,   Geoffirey  de 

Westmingtcr.    Hertelpol  and  William  de  Northhoo,  on  complaint  by  John  de  Spersholt, 

clerk,  that,  whereas  the  king  had  recovered  against  Rigaud,  then 
bishop-elect,  now  bishop  of  Winchester,  his  presentation  to  the  house  of 
St.  Cross  by  Winchester,  by  a  jury  of  the  country,  and  for  the  execution 


MEMBRANE   Q^d. 


51  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1321.  Membrane  2M — cont. 

of  the  judgment  had  sent  the  said  John  to  Winchester,  Robert  de 
Maydenstan,  clerk,  and  Nicholas  his  brother,  Edmund  de  Port,  Simon 
Potyn,  Stephen  de  Borham,  Robert  de  Bourn,  John  de  Pildewelle  of  Botele, 
John  de  Sandhurst,  Robert  de  Maydenstan  and  others  assaulted  the  said 
John  de  Spersholt  on  his  way  to  London  at  Rippele,  co.  Surrey,  broke  his 
left  arm,  and  took  away  from  him  a  writ  of  the  king,  two  statutes  merchant 
and  75Z.  to  the  retardation  of  the  execution  of  the  said  judgment.        By  K. 


MEMBRANE    24d. 


July  10.  Appointment  of  John  de  Lancastre,  John  de  Hornby  and  William  de 

Westminster.    Hornby  as  conservators  of  the  statute  regulating  salmon  fishing,  and  as 

justices  to  inquire  in  the  county  of  Lancaster  touching  persons  who  take 

salmon  contrary  to  the  said  statute  [of  Westminster  I]  and  to  punish  them 

accordingly. 


MEMBRANE    23d. 

Commission  to  Edmund  de  Eyncourt,  Roger  de  Cubbeldyk,  and  William 

de  Isny  to  deliver  the  gaol  of  Lincoln  of  Robert  atte  Welle  of  Laflford,  a 

prisoner  for  the  death  of  Robert  de  Bakton  of  Asgerby. 

July  28.  Conmiission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Adam  de  Hoperton,  William  de 

Westminster.   Ruston,  and  Thomas  de  Burton,  touching  the  persons  who  killed  Nicholas 

Fox,  lately  at  Whiteby,  co.  York.  By  pet.  of  C. 

Aug.  24.  The  like  to  John  de  Harynton,  Richard  de  Wilughby  and  John  Basset, 

Westminster,  on  complaint  by  John  Haclut,  king's  yeoman,  keeper  of  the  forest  of 
Rutland,  that  when  he  went  lately  to  Lydington  within  the  metes  of  the 
forest  to  do  his  office,  Robert  de  Aldefeld,  Richard  Attewelle  of  Seyton, 
Robert  Attewelle  of  Seyton,  William  le  Taillur  and  Henry  his  brother, 
Thomas  Beverege  and  William  his  son,  William  Beverege  of  Seyton, 
Richard  Heynesone  and  Richard  his  brother,  William  Tubbe  and  Roger  his 
son,  John  Crampe,  chaplain,  William  de  Eston  of  Seyton  and  Roger, 
William  and  John  his  brothers,  Robert  de  Barton,  William  Maysant, 
William  Dare,  William  de  Wakerle,  William  de  Aldefeld,  'mouner,' 
William  de  Aldefeld,  the  younger,  William  son  of  Robert  Wareyn,  John 
Pane  of  Haryngworth,  Matthew  Chapeleyn  of  Sculthorp,  Ralph 
*  Williamesserv^ant  de  Hotoft,*  William  le  Litestere  of  Oundele,  William 
son  of  John  le  Mouner  and  Robert  his  brother,  Ralph  son  of  Ralph  Beaufo 
of  Seyton,  John  Bolle  of  Okham,  John  son  of  Simon  de  Morcote, 
Alexander,  the  Revcssone,  of  Berwedon,  William  Bene,  *  taillour,*  William 
de  Thorp  *  taillour,*  Robert  son  of  Isabella  la  Barkere,  William 
Abovethetoun,  William  Waytcscache  of  Luffenham,  Robert  Beaufo  of 
Seyton,  William  son  of  Robert  de  Tolthorp,  Robert  son  of  John  de  Tol- 
thorp,  *  mouner,'  and  William  brother  of  the  said  Robert,  the  elder,  and 
William  brother  of  the  said  Robert,  the  younger,  John  de  Wakerle,  chaplain, 
John  de  Wakerle,  Ralph  Soulis  of  Tolthorp,  Geoffrey  son  of  Reginald, 
Richard  le  Seminere,  W^illiam  Knyght  of  Seyton,  William  Palmere  of 
Thorp,  Henry  Atteston  and  William  his  brother,  Richard  le  Mouner  of 
Seyton  and  William  Lappe  of  Gratton  with  others  assaulted  him  whilst 
executing  his  office,  carried  away  his  goods,  and  assaulted  Thomas  Michel, 
John  atte  Dale,  Robert  de  Wikerle,  and  Robert  le  Parker  his  servants. 

By  p.s. 


15   EDWARD   II.— Part   1. 


55 


132]. 

Aug.  8. 

Westminster. 


MEMBRANE    21f1. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Nicholas  de  Grey,  Robert  de  Perpount 
and  John  de  Donecastre  on  complaint  by  John  de  Carewell  that  Simon  de 
Beltoft  and  Thomas  his  brother,  William  del  Isle,  William  de  Carleton, 
Roger  son  of  John  de  Beltoft  of  Wheteleye,  John  son  of  Ralph  de  Claworth, 
William  de  Beltoft  of  Claworth,  and  Leticia  his  wife,  Hugh  de  Thorp  of 
Claworth,  William  Daubeneye  and  Agnes  his  wife,  Alan  le  Rede  of  Everton, 
William  son  of  Alan  de  Everton,  William  Bernard  of  Marseye,  the  elder, 
William  Bernard  of  Marseye,  the  younger,  Roger  son  of  Hugh  de  Lanum, 
Robert  Crok,  Roger  atte  Halle  of  Burton,  Williajn  son  of  Ralph  de  Claworth, 
Thomas  son  of  Peter  de  Hayton  and  Beatrice  daughter  of  Thomas  de  Lanum 
with  others  assaulted  him  at  Claworth,  co.  Nottingham,  tore  out  his  eyes 
and  cut  out  his  tongue.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  Walter  de  Goushull,  Laurence  de  Chau worth,  and  William  de 
Anne,  by  oath  of  good  men  of  the  undermentioned  counties,  on  complaint 
by  the  said  John  touching  the  persons  who  assaulted  him  as  already  set 
forth,  while  he  was  the  king's  minister  in  the  county  of  Lincoln,  at  Claworth 
aforesaid,  which  is  on  the  confines  of  the  counties  of  Nottingham  and  York, 
robbed  him  of  his  goods,  and  stiU  seek  to  take  his  life  and  to  burn  his 
goods.  By  p.s. 


Aug.  12. 

Westminster, 


MEMBRANE    20f/. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Robert  de  Barton  and  Adam  de 
Skelton  on  complaint  by  Adam  de  la  Chaumbre  that  Richard  de  Wolaston, 
John  de  Espaygne,  the  elder,  Thomas  de  Norton,  Adam  Bras,  William  de 
la  Despense,  William  Fader,  Merodinus  *le  Servaunt  Mount  Gomery,* 
William  Adenagh,  William  de  Seham,  Henry  Holeghegh,  Alan  le  Pynder, 
Alan  le  Horner,  Roger  Turet,  Henry  Mullyng,  Robert  le  Frere,  Henry  atte 
Briggende,  Ralph  le  Servaunt,  Roger  le  Tannour,  Hugh  de  Rouclif  and 
Peter  le  Messer,  and  others  by  night  entered  his  house  at  Cumquyntyne,  co. 
Cumberland,  burned  it,  and  assaulted  him. 


MEMBRANE  Idd. 

Commission  to  Robert  de  Stokehay,  John  Treiagu,  and  Henry  Bokerel  to 

deliver  the  gaol  of  Exeter  of  William  de  Culmpton,  charged  with  finding 

money,  which  as  belonging  to  another  ought  to  pertain  to  the  king. 

Aug.  20.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Treiagu,  Robert  de  Stocke- 

Westminster.    haye  and  Henry  Bokerel  touching  an  appeal  in  the  county  of  Devon  by 

Isabella  late  the  wife  of  John  atte  Scappe  against  Gerard  de  Vilers,  Bertram 
de  Vilers,  Beitram  Caweitz,  Gerard  Payncarn,  Simon  Steel  of  Toppisham, 
Gilbert  Cole  of  Toppisham,  John  Garland  and  Richard  his  son,  and  Geoflrey 
le  Clerk  of  the  death  of  her  husband. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Roger  de  Northburgh. 


Aug.  25. 
Westminster. 


The  like  to  Walter  de  Norwyco,  John  de  Mutford  and  Simon  de  Hedorsete 
touching  the  persons  who  killed  John  son  of  Thomas  Stace  at  the  suburb 
of  Ipswich,  CO.  Suffolk.  By  K. 

Aug.  24.  Commission  to  Walter  de  Norwyco,  John  de  Thorp  and  John  de  Mutford 

Westminster,    to  examine  the  case  and  make  provision  touching  the  under-mentioned 

matter.     W.  count  of  Hainault,  Holland  and  Seland  and  lord  of  Friesland, 
wishing  to  satisfy  Walter  le  Keu  of  Lincoln,  Robert  Elys  of  Great  Yarmouth 


56  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


J  321,  Membrane  Idd — cont, 

and  Roger  de  Buselingthorp,  merchants,  in  certain  sums  of  money  in  which 
he  is  bound  to  them,  ordained  with  the  assent  of  his  subjects  that  the  said 
sums  should  be  levied  and  collected  from  the  merchants,  fishermen  and 
mariners  of  his  dominions  coming  into  the  realm,  as  is  more  fully  contained 
in  the  count's  letters  to  the  king ;  and  afterwards  account  having  been  taken 
of  divers  sums  of  money  so  levied  and  received  by  the  above-named  Walter, 
Robert  and  Roger  by  virtue  of  certain  assignments  made  to  them  by  the 
king's  letters  patent,  the  king,  by  further  letters  appointed  the  said  Robert 
to  levy  within  a  certain  time  in  the  above  manner  in  the  counties  of 
Norfolk  and  Suffolk  246Z.  14«.  1^.  and  the  said  Roger  90/.  9.s.  9r/., 
still  remaining  due  to  them.  The  king,  however,  is  informed  by  certain 
magnates  of  the  realm  and  men  of  the  towns  of  Great  Yarmouth  and 
Little  Yarmouth  and  others  that  if  such  levy  were  to  be  made  in  the 
present  fishing  season  in  the  said  towns,  the  fishermen  of  the  count  would 
withdraw,  to  the  loss  of  those  towns  and  the  disturbance  of  the  next  fairs 
there.  By  K. 


MEMBRANE    IBd. 

Sept.  26.         Commission  de  waUiis  et  fosmtis    to  Robert  de  Bardelby,  William  de 
Westminster.   Leycestre,  John  de  Merton  and  Robert  de  Kelleseye  touching  a  breach  of 

the  bank  of  the  Thames  between  Grenwych  and  Wolwych. 

On  2  October  John  Abel  and  Laurence  de  Rustyngton  were  associated  in 
the  above  commission. 

Sept.  25.        Precept  to  the  sheriff  of  Kent  to  take  steps  for  the  preservation  of  the 
Westminster,  peace  and  arrest  vagabonds  and  malefactors.     [Pari,  Wriu,]  By  K. 


MEMBRANE    16d. 

Aug.  18.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Robert  de  Malberthorp,  Simon 
WestminBter.  Chaumberleyn  and  Nicholas  de  Bolyngbrok,  on  complaint  by  Adam  de 
Kydale  that  Walter  son  of  John  de  Feriby  and  John  his  son  and  William 
brother  of  the  said  John,  Robert  son  of  Robert  Gunnie  of  Appelby  and  John 
Frankissh  and  others  assaulted  him  at  Feriby,  co.  Lincoln,  and  maltreated 
Roger  de  Lofthouses,  his  servant.  By  pet.  of  C. 

Aug.  17.         The  like  to  John  de  Wylughby,  William  de  Nevill  and  Roger  de  Belers, 

Westminster,  touching  the  persons  who  killed  John  Wake  of  Deping  at  Multon  Park  by 

Norhampton.  By  p.s. 

Aug.  25.  The  like  to  Edmund  de  Nevill,  Robert  de  Barton  and  John  de  Lancastre 
Westminster,  on  complaint  by  Walter  de  Stirkeland  that  William  son  of  Marmaduke  de 
Twenge,  John  de  Hastthorp,  Jordan  de  Dalden,  Peter  de  Donewyche,  Robert 
de  la  More,  Marmaduke  son  of  John  de  Twenge,  John  de  Wessyngton, 
Robert  de  Wessyngton,  Thomas  Ward,  Elias  Gyliotsone  of  Kyrkeby  in 
Kendale  and  Henry  son  of  Gilbert  de  CrakhjJe  with  armed  men  came  to  his 
manor  of  Sighritheserd,  co.  Westmoreland,  while  he  was  under  the  king's 
protection,  and  broke  his  close,  and  houses,  and  the  doors  and  windows  of 
the  houses,  and  set  fire  to  the  said  houses,  carried  away  his  goods  and 
Gilbert  de  Crakhale  his  bondman,  assaulted  his  servants  and  fixed  the  fingers 
of  some  of  them  into  holes  of  posts  with  pins  {kivillu)  and  beat  others  of 
them.  It  was  sealed  at  another  time  by  p.s. 


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1321.  MEMBRANE  15d. 

Aug.  26.  Commission  to  Master  Jordan  Moraund,  John  de  Blebury,  Henry  de 

Westminster.    Cantuar[ia]  and  Elias  de  Sancto  Albano  to  visit  the  king's  free  chapel 

within  the  castle  of  Hastynges,  which  is  exempt  from  the  jurisdiction  of 
the  ordinary,  and  the  dean,  resident  canons,  vicars  and  other  ministers 
and  officials,  and  to  survey  the  state  of  the  chapel  and  its  moneys,  books, 
ornaments,  and  other  belongings,  as  the  king  has  learned  that  there  are 
many  defects  therein ;  and  that  the  officials  and  ministers  neglect  the  duties 
incumbent  on  them,  although  they  receive  their  appointed  stipends ;  that 
quarrels  and  scandals  arise  among  them ;  that  some  lead  dissolute  lives ; 
that  the  oblations  presented  in  honour  of  the  Holy  Bood  {Sancte  Crucis)  at 
the  said  chapel,  which  ought  to  be  collected  by  two  sacristans  appointed  by 
the  dean  and  chapter  for  that  purpose  and  kept  for  the  repair  of  the  chapel 
and  payment  of  the  commons  and  stipends  of  its  ministers  and  to  defray 
other  charges,  are  by  the  disposal  of  the  dean  collected  by  others,  and 
carried  away  and  applied  to  other  uses,  to  the  detriment  of  the  services  and 
chapel  and  contrary  to  the  ordinances  and  statutes  hitherto  observed.  The 
commissioners  are  to  inform  themselves  of  these  matters  as  well  by  exami- 
nation as  by  inquisition  by  oath  of  the  ministers  of  the  chapel  and  of  other 
lawful  men  of  those  parts  and  to  cause  defects  to  be  made  good  and  abuses  to 
be  reformed ;  they  are  also  to  punish,  according  to  the  statutes  of  the  chapel, 
those  found  culpable,  and  to  inform  the  king  of  their  action  there.  The 
warden  of  the  Cinque  Ports,  or  the  person  holding  his  place  in  the  port  of 
Hastings,  and  the  sheriff  of  Sussex  are  to  cause  lawful  men  of  those  parts, 
by  whom  the  truth  may  be  enquired  into,  to  come  before  the  said  com- 
missioners ;  further  the  dean  and  chapter  of  the  chapel  and  constable  of  the 
said  castle  are  commanded  to  render  obedience  to  them. 

Sept.  4.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  Randolf,  William  de  Hardenn 

Sturry.  and  James  de  Norton  on  complaint  by  GeofErey  de  Welleford,  presented  to 
the  house  of  St.  Cross  by  Winchester,  the  presentation  to  which  the  king 
recovered  agsdnst  Rigaud,  late  bishop-elect,  now  bishop  of  Winchester, 
that  Robert  de  Maydenstane  and  Nicholas  his  brother,  Simon  Potyn,  John 
de  Sandhirst,  Robert  de  Bourne,  clerk,  Thomas  de  Gilyngham,  Robert  de 
Kyngeston,  William  Gyffard,  Nicholas  Lyndraper,  Nicholas  atte  Flode,  the 
provost  of  the  chapel  of  St.  Elizabeth  by  Winchester,  Edmund  de  Port, 
Stephen  de  Borham,  Nicholas  Lynacre,  Walter  Fesaunt,  and  Roger  de 
Scoules  and  others,  during  the  late  voidance  of  the  house,  drove  away  20 
horses,  12  oxen,  1  bull,  12  cows,  8  heifers  {juvencas),  8  calves  (intuJos),  39 
swine,  225  sheep  and  40  lambs  of  the  said  house,  of  the  price  of  lOOL  and 
took  and  carried  away  goods  and  muniments  of  the  said  house,  which  was 
founded  to  support  certain  chantries,  alms  and  other  works  of  charity  for 
the  souls  of  the  king's  progenitors,  as  also  of  the  bishops  of  the  place,  at 
Sparkeford,  Whitchirch,  Bourn,  and  Hussebourne,  Asshton,  Twyford, 
Oselbury,  and  Farham.  By  K. 

26   September,   Thomas  de    Saunford  was  associated    in    the    above 
commission. 

Aug.  26.         Association  of  John  de  Lungevill  as  conservator  of  the  peace  in  the 
Westminster,    county  of  Northampton  with  WUliam  la  Zouche  of  Haryngworth  and  John 
de  Wylughby. 

MEMBRANE  lid. 

Sept.  80.         Commission   of    oyer  and   terminer  to   Henry   Spygurnel,   Robert  de 

Tower  of      Haustede,  the  elder,  William  Trussel  of  Nutehirst  and  Master  Roger  de 

London.       Boudon,  on  complaint  by  William  de  Burgo,  king's  clerk,  that  William 

de  la  Port  of  Norhampton  and  John  and  Richard  his  brothers  assaulted 

him  at  Norhampton.  By  p.s. 


58 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


-109-1  Menihrane    1  id — con  t . 

Sept.  28.         The  like  to  John  de  Mutford,  John  de  Thorp  and  John  le  Claver,  on 

Westminster,    complaint  by  Henry  Rose,  that,  whereas  he  laded  his  ship  called  la  Elne  in 

the  port  of  Blakeneye,  co.  Norfolk,  with  wine,  com,  and  other  merchandise 

to  trade  with  in  Norway,  and  the  ship  was  disabled  in  that  port  by  a  storm, 

certain  persons  carried  away  the  goods  as  well  as  timber  of  the  said  ship. 

By  p.s. 

Oct.  2.  Association  of  Michael  de  Meldon  and  Roger  Beler  in  a  commission 

Sheen.        de  \valliin  et  fossatis  for  the  sea  coast  in  the  counties  of  Cambridge,  Norfolk, 

Lincoln  and  Norhampton,  with  Robert  de  Maddyngle,  John  de  Fitton, 

William  de  Ringeton,  John  de  Hotof,  Laurence  de  Holebech,  and  John  de 

Cantebrigg. 


Oct.  8. 
Porchester. 


MEMBRANE    I'dd. 

Commission  to  John  de  Erlegh,  Richard  de  Rodeneye  and  John  do 
Fosse  to  deliver  the  gaol  of  Somerton  of  Gilbert  Fichet  and  John  son  of 
John  de  Loveton,  who,  after  being  indicted  before  Henry  Spygurnel  and 
his  fellows  justices  of  oyer  and  terminer  touching  trespasses  in  the  county 
of  Southampton  {sic),  were  put  in  exigent  and  outlawed,  and  surrendered  to 
gaol  there. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Humphrey  de  Waleden,  Nicholas  de 
Bolyngbrok,  William  de  la  Launde  and  John  de  Leek,  on  complaint  by 
Hawisia,  late  the  wife  of  Walter  de  Gloucestre,  that  WjJter  son  of  Walter 
de  Gloucestre  and  John  brother  of  the  same  Walter  son  of  Walter,  Henry 
de  Brokworth  and  Thomas  his  brother,  John  de  Paris,  John  de  Thornhill, 
John  Monde  of  Ingoldesby,  William  de  Horton  of  Welleby,  Thomas  de 
Holme,  Thomas  Breton,  Robert  de  la  Grene  of  Gunwardeby,  John  de  la  More 
of  Asgerby,  William  le  Clerk  of  Kyme,  John  Fox  of  Ingoldesby,  Robert  son 
of  William  le  Mortymer  of  Ingoldesby,  William  son  of  Margery  de 
Roppeslaye,  William  son  of  Wyota  de  Homby,  Thomas  Horell  of  Homby, 
William  Percrik  of  Billesfeld,  Robert  Hane  of  Byteham,  Hugh  de 
Wythham,  William  Whyppyn,  William  Posshe,  Nicholas  de  Cumpton, 
Gilbert  de  Lyndeseye  of  Aseby  and  John  de  Briddeport  with  others  entered 
her  dwelling  place  at  Haidore,  co.  Lincoln,  drove  away  20  oxen,  18  horses, 
and  66  swine  of  hers,  of  the  price  of  60Z.,  and  broke  two  chests  aaid  carried 
away  jewels  and  silver  vessels  therein  and  other  goods.  By  p.s. 

Commission  to  John  de  Vallibus,  William  de  Denum  and  Richard  de 
Emeldon  to  deliver  the  gaol  of  Newcastle  on  Tyne  of  all  prisoners  except 
those  detained  there  for  the  robbery  of  the  cardinals  or  sedition. 


Nov.  7. 
Tonbridge. 


MEMBRANE  l^d. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  Cheynell,  John  de  Cave  and 
Robert  de  Stoke  on  complaint  by  John  de  Segrave,  the  elder,  that  John 
Omnibon  of  Thenford,  Elias  Resoun  of  Merston,  William  son  of  Giles  de 
Morton,  Adam  Pippard  of  Lillyngston,  Richard  son  of  Andrew  Love  of 
Rodestone,  Geoffrey  le  Leche  of  Thenford,  Matthew  Vyncent  of  Thenford, 
John  Abbot  of  Thenford,  Nicholas  le  Larche  of  Thenford,  Geoffrey  Pary, 
of  Thenford,  Henry  de  Cherlton  of  Thenford,  Adam  Bernard  of  Sulgrave, 
Adam  Hobbes  of  Merston,  and  Gilbert,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Merston,  and 
others  carried  away  his  goods  at  Thenford,  co.  Northampton,  and  assaulted 
his  servants.  By  p.s. 


16    EDWAKD    II.— Part   1.  69 


Membrane   1 2d —  cont. 


1321. 

Nov.  6.  The  like  to  Edmund  de  Passele,  Henry  de  Cobeham,  Geoffrey  de  Say, 

Tonbridge.     and  William  de  Den  touching  the  persons  who,  by  order  of  Bartholomew  de 

Badelesmere,  held  the  castle  of  Ledes  against  queen  Isabella,  and  prevented 

her  from  entering  it  and  afterwards  held  it  against  the  king;  the  jury  to  be 

of  the  counties  of  Kent,  Sussex  and  Surrey.  By  K. 


MEMBRANE  lOd. 

Nov.  11.         Commission  in  pursuance  of  the  Statute  of  Winchester  to  Edmund  de 
Westminster.    Hemgrave  and  John  de  Wolnetham  as  conservators  of  the  peace  for  the 
county  of  Suffolk.      [Pari,  Writs.] 

The  like  of  the  following  in  the  following  counties  : — 

Nov.  19.  William  le  Butiller  of  Vemme  and  John  de  Felton  for  Salop.      By  K. 

Ongar. 

Nov.  20.  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  Gilbert  de  Colewenne,  and  Henry  de  Wardecop 

Ongu*  for  Westmoreland.  By  K, 

The  same  Andrew,  Richard  de  Hudleston  and  Alexander  de  Basten- 
thwayt  for  Cumberland.  By  E. 

Dec.  6.  John    de    Pabenham,   Richard    de  Pereres  and  Walter  de  Neville 

Westmmster.  for  Hertford.      [Pari.  Writs.] 

Nov.  19.         Commission  to  John  Pecche  and  Thomas  le  Rus  to  deliver  the  gaol  of 

Ongar.        Warrewyk  as  well  of  those  who  lately  took  the  castle  of  Warrewyk  and  held 

it  against  the  king  and  his  ministers,  as  of  others.  By  K. 


MEMBRANE  9<i. 

Nov.  6.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  Randolf,  John  Cormayles, 

Tonbridge.  Thomas  de  Saunford  and  Nicholas  de  Odyham  touching  the  complaint  of 
Geoffrey  de  Welleford,  lately  presented  to  the  house  of  St.  Cross  by 
Winchester,  that  Robert  de  Maydenstan,  and  Nicholas  his  brother,  Simon 
Potyn,  John  de  Sandhurst,  Robert  de  Bourne,  clerk,  Thomas  de  Gilyngham, 
Robert  de  Kyngeston,  William  Giffard,  Nicholas  le  Lyndraper,  Edmund  de 
Port,  Stephen  de  Borham,  William  le  Lynacre,  W^alter  Fesaunt,  Roger  de 
Scoles,  Ralph  Fraunceys,  Laurence  le  Spycer,  \Villiam  de  Caldecote,  Henry 
Pruet  of  Bourne,  Thomas  de  W^hyteweye,  Richard  Leyr  of  Bourne,  Geoffrey 
atte  Chaumbre,  William  Dymmok,  John,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Whitchurch, 
Henry  Isaak,  Henry  Burgeys  of  Romeseye,  Andrew  de  Haywode,  Edward 
Strout  and  William  Balle,  *  bocher,*  during  the  voidance  of  the  house,  drove 
away  80  horses,  24  oxen,  1  bull,  12  cows,  3  heifers  (juvencas),  8  calves 
(vitulns)^  100  swine,  600  sheep,  and  600  lambs  belonging  to  the  said  house, 
of  the  price  of  800^,  and  carried  away  goods,  charters,  writings,  and  other 
muniments  thereof  at  Sparkeford,  Whitchurch,  Bourne,  Hussebourne, 
Asshton,  Tuyford,  Oselbury,  and  Farham,  co.  Southampton. 

Commission  to  John  de  Donecastre,  R.  de  Bemyngham  and  Alexander  de 

Cave  to  deliver  the  gaol  of  York  Castle  of  Thomas  son  of  Roger  le  Spenser 

and  John  brother  of  the  said  Thomas,  prisoners  for  larcenies. 


Nov.  14.         Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Richard  de  Wylughby,  Hasculph  de 

Westminster.    Whytewell  and  John  Basset  on  complaint  by  the  abbot  of  St.  George's, 

Baskeville,  in  Normandy,  and  Hugh  de  Altifago,  his  fellow-monk,  that 


60  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


2321  Membrane  9f/ — cant. 

Robert  Bernard,  parson  of  the  church  of  Weston  Edyth  and  Thomas  his 
brother,  Robert  son  of  Robert  Russel  of  Berwedon,  and  John  son  of  David 
de  Burle  of  Northlufifenham  and  others  assaulted  the  said  Hugh  at  Weston 
Edyth,  CO.  Rutland.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  William  de  Bereford,  Richard  de  la  Bere  and  John  de 
Trillawe,  on  complaint  by  the  abbot  of  Rewley  by  Oxford  that  Robert  de 
Maundevill,  John  *Roberdesman  de  Maundevill',  John  Marmyon,  the  elder, 
Nicholas  de  Honterecombe,  Benedict  le  Engleys,  Richard  de  Pikeneye  of 
Ippesdene,  Warin  de  Wodesdon,  Gilbert  de  Pikeneye,  Philip  Osebem  of 
Walyngford,  William  Pope  of  Ippesden,  John  Herdewyk,  John  Somter  of 
Ippesden,  Luke  Plonte  of  Nettlebedde,  and  John  atte  Grenelane  of  Henle, 
and  others  broke  and  burnt  his  houses  at  Nettlebedde,  co.  Oxford,  cut  down 
his  trees  and  carried  them  and  other  goods  away.  By  p.s. 

Commission  to  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  John  de  Erlegh  and  John  de  Fosse 

to  deliver  the  gaol  of  Dorcestre  of  William  de  Sandale  and  Nicholas  de 

Staneye,  prisoners  for  counterfeiting  the  coin. 


MEMBRANE  Sd. 

Nov.  6.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Geoffrey  de  Say,  Edmund  de  Passele, 

Tonbridge.     Henry  de  Cobham  and  William  de  Dene,  touching  the  persons  who  by  order 

of  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere  held  the  castle  of  Ledes,  co.  Kent,  against 

queen  Isabella  and  the  king  [as  before  set  forth].  By  K. 

Nov.  12.  The  like  to  the  same  justices  touching  the  persons  who  by  order  of  the  said 

Westminster.    Bartholomew,  held  the  castle  of  Thonebrugge,  co.  Kent,  against  the  king. 

ByK. 

Commission  to  Hugh  de  Prestwold,  Robert  de  Stoke  and  Richard  de 

Eggebaston  to  deliver  Leicester  gaol  of  Elias  de  Sapcote,  'carpenter/  a 

prisoner  for  the  death  of  Hugh  le  Taillour  of  Baggeworth. 

The  like  to  Robert  de  Barton,  Henry  de  Warthecop  and  John  de  Skelton 

to  deliver  the  gaol  of  Appelby  of  Robert  son  of  William  de  Neuby  of 

Sandford,  a  prisoner  for  larcenies  and  other  felonies. 

Nov.  12.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Geoffrey  de  Say,  Edmund  de  Passele, 

Westminster.    Henry  de  Cobeham  and  William  de  Dene  touching  confederacies  and  all 

trespasses  against  the  peace  in  the  county  of  Sussex.  By  E. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  in  the  county  of  Surrey.  By  K. 

Nov.  80.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Edward  Charles,  Robert  de  Aspale 

Pomfret-on-    and  Simon  de  Hedersete  on  complaint  by  Robert  Scot  of  Orford,  Walter 

Thames.      de  Wodebrigge  and  Ranulph  Cobel  that  dSvers  persons  plundered  them  at 

Orford,  co.  Suffolk.  By  K. 


MEMBRANE  Id. 

Nov.  24.  Commission  to  Jame?  de  Lamboum  and  Emoun  de  Badewe  to  keep  the 

Havering  atte  peace  in  the  hundred  of  Chelmersford,  co.  Essex,  and  to  prevent  illegal 

Bower.        assemblies,  and  all  offenders  are  to  be  conveyed  to  the  castle  of  Colecestre, 

and  delivered  to  the  sheriff  of  Essex,  or  his  deputy.     The  commissioners 

are  to  defray  their  charges  and  those  of  the  persons  selected  by  them  to  keep 


16   EDWARD   II.-^ART   1.  61 


-I  Qo-i  Membrane  Id — cont, 

guard  by  an  assessment  on  the  inhabitants  of  the  hundred.  All  the  roads 
of  the  county  are  to  be  guarded  so  that  no  danger  may  arise.  And  in  all 
these  things  the  commissioners  are  to  be  attendant  upon  Robert  le  fiz 
Wautier,  Thomas  de  Veer,  and  Nicholas  Engayne,  chief  conservators 
{(fardeins)  of  the  peace  in  the  county.     French,     [Pari,  WriU,] 

By  K.  and  C. 

The  like  of  the  under-mentioned  conservators  for  their  respective  hundreds 
in  that  county : — 

John  de  Lyston,  John   Walram,   and  William  Beuchamp,   for  the 

hundred  of  Hengeford. 
Robert  de  Ros,  William  Flaumbard,  William  de  Neuport,  and  Roger  de 

Barle,  for  the  hundreds  of  Esthuddelesford,  Westhuddelesford,  and 

Froshwell,  the  half  hundred  of  Clavering  and  the  town  of  Neuport. 
Malcolm  de  Beaumeys  and  Thomas  Kenteys,   for  the    hundreds  of 

Chafiford  and  Bredestapil. 
Thomas  de  Loveyne  and  John  Olyve,  for  the  hundred  of  Dunmawe. 
John  de  Brokesbum,  Aumfrey  de  Staunton,  and  John  de  Wheleby,  for 

the  hundred  of  Tendring. 
Thomas  Baynard  and  Robert  le  Poer,  for  the  hundred  of  Lexeden. 
John  de  Enefeld  and  Adam  atte  Forde,  for  the  hundred  of  Aungre. 
William  de  Mareny,  Emoun  Bataille,  and  William  de  Staunford,  for  the 

hundreds  of  Danseye,  Thurstaple  and  Wensetre. 
Thomas  de  MaundeviU  and  Emoun  de  Lenham,  for  the  hundred  of 

Wyham. 
Thomas  de  Caune,  Geoffrey  le  Madle,  and  Gilbert  atte  Chaumbre,  for 

the  hundred  of  Herlawe  and  the  half  hundred  of  Waltham. 
John  de  Dovere,  Henry  atte  Ree,  and  Thomas  le  Barewhere,  for  the 

hundreds  of  Bekyntre  and  Haveryng.      [Pari,  Wnts,'\ 

The  like  of  the  following  conservators  in  the  hundreds  of  the  county  of 
Hertford : — 

Geofi&ey  de  Stokes  and  Robert  Grymbaud,  for  the  hundreds  of  Hertford 

and  Braghyngg. 
Walram  de  Rocheford  and  John  le  Ghaumberleyn,  for  the  hundreds  of 

Oddesethe  and  Edwynstre. 
Geoffrey  Fitz  Warin  and  Robert  atte  Bregg,   for  the  hundred  of 

Dacorum. 
John  Poleyn,  Ralph  de  Bredon,  and  Ralph  de  Gravele,  for  the  hundreds 

of  Bradewatre  and  Hicche.     [Pari,  Writs,] 


■I  goo  MEMBRANE  Ad, 

Jan.  4.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Donecastre,  William  de 

Worcester  Byngham  and  Adam  de  Hoperton  touching  the  persons  who  with  William  de 
Inggelby,  abbot  of  Riovall,  brothers  William  de  Hamelak,  Ralph  de  Ellerbek, 
William  Bot,  Hugh  de  Oteryngton,  Geoffrey  de  Thwyng,  Robert  de 
Hamelak,  and  William  de  Merston,  his  fellow  monks,  brothers  John  de 
Eilbum,  Augustin  Stalworthman,  Thomas  le  Bakester,  Ralph  le  Breuster, 
and  William  de  Ellerbek,  lay  brethren  of  the  same  house,  John  de  Beverlaco, 
Hugh  de  Ebor[aco],  Thomas  de  Driffeld,  the  younger,  Richard  de  Salton 
and  Thomas  de  Drifield,  assaulted  and  imprisoned  Henry  de  Staunton  at 
Riovall,  CO.  York,  and  carried  away  his  goods.  By  p.s. 


62  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


2322  MEMBRANE  Id. 

Jan.  15.  Commission  to  Ralph  de  Grendon,  Thomas  le  Rous,  Ralph  le  Blount, 
Shrewsbury,  ^jid  Malcolm  Musard,  to  arrest  Humphrey  de  Bohoun,  earl  of  Hereford 
and  Essex,  Roger  Damory,  Hugh  Daudele,  the  elder,  and  Hugh  Daudele, 
the  younger,  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere,  John  Giffard  of  Brynmiesfeld, 
Maurice  de  Berkeleye,  the  elder,  Henry  Tyes,  Roger  de  Clyfford,  John  de 
Wylyngton,  John  Mautravers,  the  younger,  Henry  de  Wylyngton,  Robert 
de  Watevill,  Gilbert  de  Elsefeld,  Gilbert  Talebot,  Richard  Talebot  and 
others,  with  a  great  multitude  of  armed  men,  horse  and  foot,  attacked  the 
king's  subjects  of  the  county  of  Warwick,  notwithstanding  the  late 
proclamation.      [Pari,  Writs.]  *  By  p.s, 

Jan.  28.         The  like  to  William  de  Bello  Campo  and  Ralph  le  Blount,  to  arrest 
Shrewsbury,    ^y^q  same  persons  in  the  county  of  Worcester.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 


(63) 


15  EDWARD  II —Part  2. 


1322. 

Feb.  7. 

Glouoester. 


Feb.  8. 

Glouceater. 


Feb.  9. 
Gloncester. 


Feb.  8, 
Gloucester. 

Jan.  80. 
Hereford. 


Feb.  8. 
Gloucester. 


MEMBRANE  31. 

Mandate  to  all  bailiffs  and  others,  so  long  as  the  manor  of  Teukesbury 
shall  be  in  the  king's  custody,  not  to  take  or  permit  to  be  taken  any  goods, 
victuals  or  other  things  found  in  the  said  manor  or  its  members,  which  the 
king  has  caused  to  be  taken  into  his  hands,  or  any  goods  of  the  tenants 
thereof,  for  his  use  or  the  use  of  others.  By  K. 

Grant  to  the  aldermen,  sheriffs,  citizens  and  commonalty  of  the  city  of 
London,  after  recital  of  the  king's  former  grant  and  proceedings  touching  the 
mayoralty,  that  they  may  hold  in  like  manner  the  said  office  of  the 
mayoralty  for  a  further  term  until  the  quinzaine  of  Easter.      [Fcedera,'] 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  keeper  of  the  office  of  the  treasurership  and 
the  barons  of  the  Exchequer. 

Acknowledgement  of  the  receipt  by  the  hands  of  Roger  de  Northburgh, 
king's  clerk,  keeper  of  the  Wardrobe,  from  the  commonalty  of  the  knights 
and  esquires  of  the  county  of  Sussex,  of  lOOZ.  of  the  200/.  by  which  they 
made  fine  for  the  remission  of  the  forfeiture  due  to  the  king  by  reason  of 
some  of  the  said  knights  and  esquires  not  coming  to  a  certain  place 
assigned  them  by  the  king's  command,  and  for  licence  to  those  who  did  come 
to  return  to  their  country.  By  bill  of  the  Wardrobe. 

Pardon  to  Richard  de  Frekebergh  for  the  death  of  Roger  de  Herlyng,  and 
of  any  consequent  outlawry.  By  K. 

Exemption  for  life  for  Ralph  de  Cobham  from  being  put  on  assizes, 
juries  or  recognitions,  and  from  being  made  sheriff,  coroner,  forester  or 
other  bailiff  or  officer  of  the  king.  By  p.s. 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  Nicholas  de  Acton,  king's  clerk,  to  the 
office  which  Richard  de  Donecastre  holds  {sic)  in  the  Exchequer,  with 
the  same  fee  as  the  said  Richard  received.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  for  one  year  for  John  de  Haltclo,  whom  Gilbert  de  Wygeton, 
king's  clerk,  clerk  of  the  Great  Wardrobe,  is  sending  to  divers  parts  of  the 
realm  to  make  purveyances  for  the  Wardrobe ;  carriage  is  to  be  provided  for 
him.  By  K. 


The  like  for  Richard  de  Dufford. 


By  K. 


Feb.  8. 
Gloucester. 


Power  to  John,  bishop  of  Ely,  to  retain  as  many  men  at  arms  both 
horse  and  foot  as  he  wishes,  so  long  as  they  are  not  suspected  towards  the 
king,  for  the  custody  of  the  isle  of  Ely,  so  that  no  persons  suspected  by  the 
king  or  the  bishop  may  enter  therein.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Malcolm  Musard  appointed  by  the  king  to  arrest 
contrariants  in  the  counties  of  Gloucester,  Worcester  and  Warwick.  [Pari. 
Writs.] 

Pardon  to  Thomas  de  Gaynford  of  that  which  pertains  to  the  king  for  the 
death  of  Gilbert  Russel  of  Seleteby.  By  K. 


64 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Feb.  11. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  8. 
Oloucester. 


Feb.  12. 
Oloucester. 

Feb.  10. 

Gloucester. 

Feb.  18. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  12. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  14. 

Gloucester. 


Feb.  12. 
Gloucester. 


Membrane  81 — cont. 

The  like  for  the  following,  viz. — 
John  de  Glenton  for  the  death  of  John  Smalhunter. 
Adam  le  fiz  Brice  de  Nieubj  for  that  of  Thomas  del  Grend. 

Safe-conduct  and  writ  of  aid  until  Whitsimday  for  Hugh  le  Despenser, 
the  elder,  and  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  and  their  men  at  arms 
proceeding  against  the  king's  enemies,  the  Scots,  who  have  invaded  the 
realm.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

Pardon  to  Thomas  de  Muresle  for  acquiring  in  fee  from  Roger  de 
Somervill  a  messuage,  a  bovate  and  an  acre  of  land,  and  a  moiety  of  an 
acre  of  meadow  in  Sutton  in  Asshefeld,  held  in  chief,  which  the  latter  had 
acquired  without  licence  from  John  de  Sutton  ;  with  restitution  of  the  same. 

By  fine  of  i  mark. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  until  Easter  for  John  Wyard.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  following  persons,  viz.  — 
William  de  Holynes,  clerk  of  the  chancery,  for  one  year. 

The  abbess  of  Berkyng. 

The  abbot  of  St.  Peter's,  Gloucester.  By  K. 

John  de  Staunton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Boclond.  By  K. 

The  abbot  of  Wynchecumbe.  By  K. 

The  prior  of  Little  Malveme  in  his  manors  of  Eldresfeld,  Chaddes- 
leye,  Pendok,  Hanleye,  Bokkebury,  Newynton,  Aston  super  Waldam, 
Stoke  Gififiard,  Wenlond,  Horewell,  Sukkilegh,  Almeton  and 
Malveme.  By  K. 

Ralph  de  Monte  Hermerii,  in  his  own  manors  and  lands,  or  those  in 
his  custody  by  grant  of  the  king  of  the  inheritance  of  Thomas  son 
and  heir  of  John  ap  Adam,  tenant  in  chief.  By  E. 

Margaret  de  Nevill. 

The  abbot  of  St.  Peter's,  Gloucester,  in  his  manor  of  Tuffleye. 

Raymond,  abbot  of  Cluny,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominat- 
ing Arnold  de  Piru  his  fellow  monk  and  Gilbert  de  Chesellis  his  attorneys 
in  England  for  four  years. 

Master  John  de  Rosse  received  the  attorneys  by  writ. 

Pardon  to  John  Werri  of  Baldok,  chaplain,  of  his  outlawry,  if  any,  for 
the  death  of  John  de  Lysours,  John  de  Lillyngston  and  John  Tondrik 

ByK. 

Pardon  to  John  Lente  of  Hereford  for  communicating  lately  with 
William  Daverons,  then  a  contrariant;  in  consideration  of  a  fine  of  4Z. 
received  in  the  Wardrobe  by  the  hands  of  Roger  de  Northburgh,  king's 
clerk,  the  keeper  thereof.  By  K.  and  by  bill  of  the  Wardrobe. 

The  like  to  the  following  for  communicating  with  contrariants  : — 
Arnold  le  Glover  of  Hereford,  by  fine  of  20  marks,  for  communicating 
with  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Chirk.  By  K.  and  the  like  bill. 

William  de  Cleaungre  of  Hereford  by  fine  of  201.  for  communicating 
with  John  de  Penebrugg.  By  K.  and  the  like  bill. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  2. 


65 


1322. 

Feb.  14. 
Olouoester. 


Feb.  16. 
Olouoester. 


Membrane  81 — cont, 

John  Stephani,  merchant  of  Hereford,  by  fine  of  20  marks,  for  com- 
municating with  Hugh  Daudele,  the  younger. 

By  K.  and  the  like  bill. 

Thomas  atte  Barre,  citizen  of  Hereford,  by  fine  of  100  marks,  for 
communicating  with  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Wygemore,  and 
Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Chirk.  By  K.  and  the  like  bill. 

Robert  de  Troye  of  Hereford,  by  fine  of  20  marks,  John  de  Troye  of 
Hereford,  by  fine  of  5  marks,  and  Nicholas  de  Troye  of  Hereford, 
by  fine  of  5  marks,  for  communicating  with  the  said  Roger  de 
Mortuo  Mari  of  Wygemore  and  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Chirk. 

By  K.  and  the  like  bill. 


Jan.  4. 
Worcester. 


Jan.  6. 
Worcester. 


Jan.  6. 

Worcester. 


Jan.  4. 

Worcester. 

Jan.  6. 
Worcester. 


MEMBRANE  80. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  Easter  for  Hugh  de  Ufculm,  going 
to  Wales  on  the  king's  service.  By  testimony  of  Roger  de  Northburgh. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with    the    king    unless    otherwise 
specified : — 


Ralph  Bagot. 

Ralph  le  Butiller. 

John  de  Levynton 
Walter  de  Hull 

Edmund  de  Eendale. 
Richard  de  Hangelton. 
John  de  Weston. 

Simon  Croyser 
John  de  Forde 


>  going  with  the  said  Ralph. 


I 


ByK. 
ByK. 

ByK. 
ByK. 


going  with  the  said  John. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  John. 


William  Portebref,  going  with  William  de  Bello  Campo. 

By  K.  and  by  testimony  of  the  said  William. 


John  de  Say. 
Robert  Oliver. 
John  de  Urtiaco. 

Thomas  de  Tregoz 
John  Gryflfyn 

John  de  Treneweth. 


By  testimony  of  the  steward  of  the 
Household. 


]   going  with  William  la  Zouche. 
j    By  testimony  of  the  said  William. 

ByK. 


Thomas  le  Ercedekne. 

By  K.  and  by  testimony  of  the  steward  of  the  Household. 

Gilbert  Pecche.  By  K. 


John  de  Caunton 
John  Fermer 
Giles  Peoche 


going  with  the  said  Gilbert. 

By  K.  and  by  testimony  of  the 
said  Gilbert. 


Walter  son  of  Humphrey,  going  with  the  said  Gilbert. 


ByK. 


Peter  de  Bathon*,  going  with  the  said  Gilbert. 

John  son  of  Robert  Pecok  of  Redboum. 

By  testimony  of  the  steward. 

24962  E 


66 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

Jan.  4. 
Worcester. 


Jan.  5. 
Worcester. 

Jan.  6. 

Worcester. 


Jan.  14. 
Shrewsbnry. 


Jan.  10. 
Kingswinford. 

Jan.  7. 
Worcester. 


Membrane  80 — conU 

Richard  de  Hangelton. 
Michael  de  Trenewet. 

By  E.  and  by  testimony  of  the  steward  of  the  Household. 

John  Inge. 

John  de  Crumwell. 

Robert  de  Haddele 
John  de  Shenefeld 
Eliseus  de  Daventre 
Thomas  de  Stodham 
Richard  le  Rous 
William  le  Avener 

Alan  de  Gherleton. 
Thomas  de  Panes. 

John  Langetot. 
Nicholas  de  Stonham. 
Adam  atte  Glove. 


ByK. 
ByK. 

going  with  Gilbert  Pecche. 

By  K.  and  by  testimony  of  the 
said  G. 


J     By  testimony  of  John  de  Weston. 


By  testimony  of  the  steward  of 
the  Household. 


Peter  de  Monte  Forti,  staying  in  the  Marches  of  Wales  on  the  king's 
service.  By  K. 


Edmund  Gacelyn. 
John  Ingle. 


} 


ByK. 


Thomas  de  Veer,  going  with  Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  the  king's  brother, 
on  the  king's  service. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  earl,  viz. — 
Edmund  Bacun. 
John  de  Bures. 
John  de  Langeford. 
John  de  Vaaus. 
John  de  Tendrugg. 
Richard  de  Belhous. 
Adam  Bloy. 


knights. 


Philip  de  Davyntre,  clerk. 
George  de  Percy. 
Thomas  Bacon. 
Robert  de  Davyntre. 
John  de  Seintleger. 
Roger  de  Loring. 
John  de  Seint  Martyn. 
John  Goldc. 
William  Walkyngton. 
Peter  de  Nyweport. 
Ralph  de  Skeygton. 
William  de  Blom\411. 
Thomas  de  Saunford. 
Walter  de  Bever. 
Baudre  de  Taverham. 
Simon  de  Daventre. 
Edmund  Yngethorp. 
John  Barbour. 


Walter  Menaunt. 

John  Percy. 

Henry  le  Ferrour. 

Philip  de  Stowe. 

Robert  Busteler. 

Ralph  de  Tendrugg. 

Thomas  de  Tendrugg. 

Henry  de  Stonhalle. 

Edmund  de  Shortmede  of  Wil- 

berham  Parva. 
William  de  Belneye. 
James  de  Welde. 
Ralph  Poyvere. 
John  le  («to)Bray. 
William  de  Brandon. 
Anselm  le  Mareschal. 
Walter  de  Combe. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Pakt  2. 


67 


1322. 

Jan.  24. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan.  15. 
Shrewsbury. 


Membrane  30 — cont. 


William  Gobioun. 


The  like  with  clause  nolumus  for  the  following,  staying  with  Peter  de 
Monte  Forti,  in  the  Marches  of  Wales  on  the  king's  service : — 

By  testimony  of  the  said  Peter. 


Jan.  15. 
Shrewsbury, 


Robert  de  Vaal. 

Richard  de  Carente. 

William  Blauncfrount. 

William  de  Lucy,  the  younger. 

John  Hubaut. 

William  Bruly. 

Edmund  Seleby. 

Ralph  de  Seleby. 

Robert  de  Vaal,  the  younger. 

Thomas  Waundack. 

Nicholas  de  Warewyk. 

John  de  Grafton. 

Thomas  de  Scheldon. 

Robert  son  of  Robert  de  Compton. 

Henry  Thaune. 

Laurence  de  Vaal. 

Nicholas  le  Fauconer. 


Roger  Yve. 

John  do  Wytenassh. 

John  de  Chetinton. 

John  son  of  John  de  Pophull. 

Robert  son  of  Robert  Squier  and 

Robert  his  brother. 
William  de  la  Chaumbre. 
Ralph  le  Taillour. 
Roger  Lestraunge. 
Nicholas  Wyberd. 
Roger  Lewer. 
William  le  Venour. 
Henry  le  Pestour. 
Robert  le  Ferour. 
William  le  Pestour. 
John  le  Harpour. 


The  like  for  William  de  Lucy  going  as  above  with  the  said  Peter. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned,  viz. — 
William  le  Vavasour. 

By  E.  and  testimony  of  the  steward  of  the  Household. 


Henry  de  Staunton. 
Walter  de  Bello  Campo. 
John  de  Folkesworth. 
Simon  Croycer. 
Adam  de  Everyngham. 
Richard  de  Comubia. 


ByK. 

ByK. 
By  K.  and  testimony  of  the  said  steward. 

ByK. 
By  E.  and  testimony  of  the  said  steward. 

ByK. 


Richard  de  Dummere  going  with  John  de  Sancto  Johanne  of  Basyng. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  John. 
John  de  Sancto  Johanne  of  Basyng.  By  E. 


Roger  de  Wodelok 
Robert  de  Swynesboume 
Denis  Aleyn 


going  with  the  said  John,  and  by 
his  testimony. 


John  Spileman  going  with  William  de  la  Zouche. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  William. 

Thomas  de  Beaufo,  going  with  Richard  de  Comubia. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  Richard. 


Michael  Peresman. 
Walter  le  Roter. 
John  de  Rocheford. 
Peter  le  Monk. 
Thomas  de  Wodeham. 


By  testimony  of  the  steward  of  the 
Household. 


68 


CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Jan.  18. 
Shrewsbury. 

Feb.  8. 
Gloacester. 

Jan.  24. 

Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  20. 

Shrewsbury. 

Feb.  18. 

Gloucester. 


Jan.  15. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  21. 
Shrewsbury. 


Jan.  4. 
Worcester. 

Jan.  21. 
Shrewsbury. 


1 


ByK. 

going  with  Robert  de  Morby. 
By  testimony  of  the  said  Robert. 

ByK. 

going  with  John  de  Crumbwell. 
By  testimony  of  the  said  John. 


ByK. 


Membrane  80 — cont, 

Robert  de  Morby. 

John  de  Sturmy. 

Master  Thomas  de  Oarton. 

Robert  le  Botiller 
Henry  de  Pesy 

John  de  Carleford. 

Riohard  de  Crumbwell 
Guy  Touche 
Thomas  Huscard 

Nicholas  Sewal. 
William  de  Grey. 
John  Sewal. 
Thomas  de  Corbrigg. 

John  de  Rythre. 

John  son  of  Hugh  le  Rous  de  Hoketon. 

John  de  Bures  of  Bodyngton,  going  in  the  company  of  Aymer  de 
Valencia.  By  testimony  of  the  said  earl. 

Master  Robert  de  Torkesay,  '  barbeur.' 

John  de  Swaneseye.       By  testimony  of  the  steward  of  the  Household. 

Richard  de  Boterthwayth,  staying  in  Wales  in  the  company  of  Gilbert 
de  Glincami.  By  testimony  of  the  said  Gilbert. 

Thomas  Corbet  staying  on  the  king's  service  in  the  town  of  Gloucester. 

By  testimony  of  the  steward  of  the  Household. 

John  son  of  Philip  de  Patemere  going  with  Peter  de  Duvedale. 

By  the  like  testimony. 

Peter  Duvedale.  By  the  like  testimony. 

The  following  going  with  the  said  Peter  de  Duvedale  :  — 
Robert  de  Norton. 
Philip  Joce. 
John  de  Chaumpaigne. 
Gilbert  son  of  Philip  Destre. 

Robert  de  Napton  going  with  John  Pecche.   By  testimony  of  the  said  J. 

Thomas  Corbet.  By  testimony  of  the  steward  of  the  Household. 

Thomas  de  Hastang,  going  with  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel. 

By  K.  and  by  testimony  of  the  said  earl. 

Peter  de  Thornton,  going  with  the  said  earl.  By  K. 

Ralph  le  Botiller. 

John  de  Levynton.  By  K. 

Walter  de  Hull.  J 

Thomas  de  Barkeby,  going  with  Ralph  Basset. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  Ralph. 
Master  John  Gilmjm.  By  K. 


By  the  like  testimony. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  2. 


69 


1822. 


Jan.  28. 

Hereford. 

Jan.  15. 
Shrewsbnry. 

Feb.  8. 
Gloucester. 

Jan.  80. 
Hereford. 

Feb.  7. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  28. 
Warwick. 


Membrane  80 — cont. 

John  Pecche,  the  elder. 

Richard  de  Plaiz,  going  with  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  earl. 


Stephen  de  Abyndon,  the  king's  butler. 


ByK. 


Protection  until  Easter  with  clause  volumus  for  Robert  de  Swynburn, 
staying  on  the  king's  service  in  Wales.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  volumim  for  one  year  for  Henry  de  Lancastre, 
staying  on  the  king's  service  beyond  the  seas.  By  p.s. 

Commission  to  Robert  Breton  and  Robert  Darcy  to  assemble  all  the 
horse  and  foot  of  the  county  of  Lincoln  and  to  go  with  them  against  the 
insurgents,  with  power  to  arrest  all  who  maybe  disobedient.     [Pari.  Writs,^ 

The  like  for  the  following  in  the  following  counties : — 


John  de  Bello  Campo  of  Somersete 
Richard  Lovel 
Thomas  de  Marlebergh 


in  the  counties  of  Somerset  and 
Dorset. 


Andrew  de  Hartcla,  in  the  counties  of  York  and  Lancaster. 


John  de  Somery 
Ralph  de  Grendon 
William  de  Ferariis 
John  Pecche 


in  the  counties  of  Stafford,  War- 
wick, Leicester,  Rutland  and 
Northampton. 

[Pari.  WriU.-] 

Conmiission  during  pleasure  to  Oliver  de  Ingham,  or  his  deputy  to  raise 
the  forces  of  the  county  of  Lancaster  for  the  like  purpose  :  with  clause  that 
this  commission  is  not  to  interfere  with  the  powers  given  to  Andrew  de 
Hartcla.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 


Feb.  12. 
Gloucester. 

Feb.  18. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  13. 
Gloucester. 


MEMBRANE  29. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Margery,  late  the  wife  of 
Roger  son  of  Payn. 

Writ  of  aid,  for  one  year,  for  John  de  Mereworth,  king's  Serjeant  and 
baker,  whom  the  king  is  sending  to  purvey  com  and  other  necessaries  for 
his  office  at  the  king's  expense :  nothing  is  to  be  taken  of  the  fee  of  the 
church.  By  bill  of  the  Wardrobe. 

The  like  for  Roger  de  Santo  Albano  for  the  office  of  the  buttery. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  of  St.  Peter's, 
Gloucester,  in  his  manors  of  Berton  Abbots,  Bernwode,  Abbelode,  Upton, 
Brokthorp,  Rugge,  Farlegh,  Froucestre,  Standissh  and  Boxwell.         By  K. 

The  like  for  the  said  abbot  in  his  manors  of  Northlech,  Estlech,  Aides- 
worth,  Culne  Aylwins  (Sancti  Ealwyni),  Culne  Rogers  {Eogeri)^  Aumeney 
Crucis  {Sancte  Crucu),  Duntesburn,  and  Coberleye.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  same  abbot  in  his  manors  of  Hardepirie,  Upleden, 
Hyneleden,  Hymeleden  {sic),  Maysmor,  Chercham,  Hynham,  Brompton, 
Preston  and  Ullyngwyk.  By  K. 


70 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Feb.  22. 
Weston. 


Feb.  14. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  16. 
Glonoester. 

Feb.  19. 

Cheltenham. 

Feb.  28. 
Coventry. 

March  1. 
Coventry. 


March  2. 
Weston. 

March  6. 
Elford. 

Feb.  14. 
Oloacester. 


Membrane  29 — cont. 

The  like  for  the  same  abbot  in  his  manors  of  Bokelond,  Hynynton  and 
Clifford.  By  K. 

The  like  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  of  Colecestre. 

The  like  for  the  same  time  for  Margaret,  late  the  wife  of  John  Giffard  of 
Brymesfeld. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned,  viz. — 
Henry  del  Die. 

John  de  Hardesholl. 

John  Syflet.  By  K. 

Ida  de  Clynton. 
Ralph  Basset  of  Drayton. 
John  de  la  Launde. 
Robert  Basset. 

Master  James  de  Berkele,  archdeacon  of  Huntingdon. 

Safe-conduct,  at  the  request  of  Thomas,  earl  Marshal,  Edmund,  earl  of 
Kent,  the  king's  brothers,  John  de  Bretaigne,  earl  of  Richmund,  Aymer  de 
Valence,  earl  of  Pembroke,  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  earl  John  de  Gareni^e, 
for  Gilbert  de  Ellesfeld,  John  de  la  Beche  and  all  those  coming  with  them 
who  wish  to  come  to  the  king's  will,  except  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere, 
for  five  days  the  present  day  included.     French,     [Pari,  Writs.]         By  K. 


The  like  for  the  following  for  the  same  time,  viz. — 
John  de  Kyngeston. 

Walter  de  Pavely,  the  son. 
The  like  for  three  days  for  John  de  la  Beche. 
The  like  for  seven  days  for  Edmund  de  Bohoun. 
The  like  for  fifteen  days  for  William  Baud,  knight. 
The  like  for  fifteen  days  for  John  de  Pederton. 


ByK. 
ByK. 

ByK. 

ByK. 

ByK. 

ByK. 


The  like  for  William  de  Oteryngton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Lutterworth. 

ByK. 

The  like  for  eight  days  for  Edmund  de  Bohoun.  French,     [Pari,  Writs,] 

By  K. 

Mandate  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  to 
restore  the  temporalities  of  the  abbey  of  Wilton  to  Constancia  de  Percy,  a 
nun  of  that  house,  whose  election  as  abbess  thereof  R.  bishop  of  Salisbury 
has  confirmed.  By  K. 

Writ  de  intended  do  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  abbey. 

Appointment  until  Michaelmas  of  Hubert  de  Sutton,  king's  yeoman,  to 
keep  safe  the  tenants  of  the  manors  of  Teukesbury,  Asshchurche,  Stoke, 
Pamenton,  Fydinton,  Treidinton,  Natton,  Neuton  and  Northeye,  co. 
Gloucester,  and  Bissheleye  and  Hanleye,  co.  Worcester,  which  are  for  certain 
causes  in  the  king's  hands.  By  K. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  2. 


71 


1322. 

Feb.  16. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  14. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  9. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  28. 

Weston  sub 

Edge. 


Feb.  14. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  16. 
Gloucester. 


Membrane  29 — cont. 

Power  during  pleasure  to  W.  archbishop  of  York,  and  Simon  Warde, 
sheriff  of  York,  to  receive  to  the  king's  will  all  the  contrariants  of  the  north, 
except  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere,  who  wish  to  come  in ;  all  who  do 
so  are  to  be  kept  in  safe  custody  until  further  order. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Griffin  ap  Res  and  Griffin  his  son  appointed  to  inquire 
touching  the  persons  who  drove  away  the  stud  and  other  animals  of  Roger 
de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Chirk  after  the  knag  came  to  Shrewsbury.  By  K. 

Power  to  Andrew  de  Hartcla  to  treat  of  a  form  of  final  peace  between  the 
king  and  Robert  de  Brus  and  his  accomplices  and  to  certify  the  king 
thereof.      [F(edera,]  By  K. 

The  like  to  him  to  treat  of  a  form  of  truce.     [FcMlera.]  By  K. 

Mandate  to  Thomas  de  Burgh,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent,  to 
restore  the  temporalities  of  the  abbey  of  S.  Germains,  Seleby,  to  John  de 
Wystowe,  a  monk  of  that  house^  whose  election  as  abbot  thereof  has  been 
confirmed  by  W.  archbishop  of  York.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  abbey. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Richard  de  Chastillon  appointed  to  arrest  Richard  de 
Williamscote,  John  Mauduth,  Richard  de  Louche,  and  John  his  son, 
Gilbert  de  Elsefeld  and  John  le  Rous.  They  are  to  be  imprisoned  until 
further  order  by  the  sheriff  within  whose  bailiwick  they  shall  be  taken. 

By  K. 

The  like  for  Gilbert  de  Glynkarny  and  John  de  Cestre  appointed  to 
arrest  Howel  ap  Wylyn  of  Ludard,  Howel  Vaghan,  his  son,  and  Adam 
Hog  of  Usk,  clerk,  except  in  any  sacred  place.  By  K. 


Feb.  28.  The  like  for  John  de  la  Launde,  appointed  to  arrest  Henry   Dekynton, 

W^n  sub     Robert  le  Belleyetere,  Richard  Scoriot  and  Thomas  Hemery,  by  whom  they 
are  without  delay  to  be  brought  to  the  king.  By  K. 


Edge. 


Feb.  16. 
Gloucester. 


The  like  for  one  year  for  Simon  de  Eycote,  king's  clerk,  whom  the  king 
is  sending  to  purvey  necessaries  for  the  Marshalsea  of  the  Household,  to 
be  paid  for  in  the  Wardrobe.  By  bill  of  the  Wardrobe. 


The  like  for  the  following,  viz.- 
Richard  de  Northden 
John  de  Parys 

Robert  de  Dounton 
William  Coterel 


[  for  the  office  of  the  Marshalsea. 
>  for  the  lodging  of  the  king's  horses. 


Feb.  14.  Licence  for  Alan  de  Plokenet  to  grant  in  fee  to  Oliver  de  Ploukenet  the 

Gloucester,     manor  of  Reynham,  co,  Essex,  held  in  chief.  By  K. 


Feb.  16. 
Gloucester. 


Mandate  to  the  mayor  and  good  men  of  the  city  of  Lincoln,  as  the  king 
understands  that  many  persons  resort  thither  and  remain  in  the  city  who 
do  not  render  obedience  to  the  said  mayor  in  matters  touching  the  safe 
keeping  of  the  town,  to  take  an  oath  or  other  sufficient  security  of 
obedience  from  all  persons  staying  there,  both  those  belonging  to  the  town, 
and  others;  and  if  any  such  persons  shall  be  found  contrary  or 
rebellious  to  attach  their  bodies  and  imprison  them  until  further  order. 

ByK. 

The  like  to  the  mayor  and  good  men  of  the  town  of  Bristol. 


72 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

Feb.  16. 
Gloucester. 


Membrane  29 — cont 


Request  to  D.  bishop  of  St.  Davids  to  admit  William  do  Welbeleye, 
king's  clerk,  to  the  church  of  Thlanebe their,  in  the  diocese  of  St.  Davids, 
to  which  he  has  been  presented  by  the  king  and  Griffin  Seys  ap  Lewelyn 
Vaghan,  Griffin  ap  Gronou  Gogh,  Griffin  Vaghaij  ap  Griffith  ap  Lewelyn, 
Yevan  Loyd  ap  Gurgeneu,  Yevan  Vaghan  ap  Yevan  ap  David, 
Rees  ap  Cadugan  ap  Lewelyn,  Yevan  ap  David,  David  ap 
Meiller,  David  Loyd  ap  Cradok,  Mereduk  ap  Eynoun,  David  Loyd 
ap  Yevan,  Cadugan  ap  Res,  Yevan  ap  Rees,  Yevan  Muirouth, 
Yereward  ap  Yevan,  Griffith  ap  Cradok,  David  ap  Yereward,  Yevan  ap 
David  With,  Leulin  ap  Eynoun,  David  ap  Eynoun,  Griffin  ap  Eynoun, 
Yevan  Vaughan  ap  Yevan  Quynnons,  Leulin  ap  Yereward  Loyd,  Yevan  ap 
David  ap  Grenou,  Griffin  ap  David,  Yevan  ap  Meillir,  Leuhn  ap  David 
Vaghan,  David  ap  Lewelin  Seys,  Leulin  Bougan,  Leulin  ap  Phelipp,  Yevan 
Vaghan,  Tratherun  ap  Lewelin,  Griffin  ap  David  Goch,  Yevan  Vaghan  ap 
Yevan,  Yevan  Loyd  ap  Eynoun,  Yevan  Wynen,  David  ap  Yevan,  Mereduk 
ap  Lewelin  and  Yevan  Gogh.  By  K. 

Presentation    of    John    de    Denton,   king's  clerk,    to    the  church    of 
Lughteburgh  in  the  diocese  of  Lincoln.  By  K. 

Feb.  28*  Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  John  son  of  John  le 

Coventry.      Botyller  of  Ardeme. 


Feb.  17. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  19. 
Cheltenham. 


Feb.  20. 

Temple 

Guyting. 


MEMBRANE  28. 

Pardon  to  Henry  Stertup  and  Emma  his  wife  for  acquiring  in  fee, 
without  licence,  to  them  and  the  heirs  of  the  said  Henry,  a  messuage  and  2 
virgates  of  land  from  John  de  Sancto  Johanne  of  Lageham  held  in  chief ; 
with  restitution  of  the  same.  By  fine  of  i  mark. 

Writ  of  aid  directed  to  the  earls,  barons  and  others  of  the  county  of 
Chester  and  lands  of  Flynt  and  Engelfeld  for  Oliver  de  Ingham,  whom  the 
king,  in  consequence  of  the  invasion  of  his  realm  by  the  Scots  and  the  siege 
of  his  castle  of  Tykhill  by  certain  contrariants,  has  appointed  keeper  of  the 
said  county  and  lands,  with  power  to  punish  all  such  persons,  whom  he 
shall  find,  with  imprisonment  and  the  caption  of  their  lands  and  goods  into 
the  king's  hands.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  Edward,  earl  of  Chester,  the  king's  son,  or  his  justice  of 
Chester,  to  deliver  to  the  said  Oliver  all  castles  and  fortalices  in  the  said 
county  and  lands  in  his  hands  with  their  armour  and  victuals.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  for  the  said  Oliver  directed  to  the  chamberlain  of  Chester, 
who  is  to  provide  out  of  the  issues  of  his  bailiwick  for  all  expenses,  as  often 
as  he  shall  be  warned  by  the  said  Oliver,  whose  orders  on  the  king's  behalf 
he  is  to  obey.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  also  for  the  said  Oliver  directed  to  the  mayor,  bailiffs  and 
good  men  of  the  city  of  Chester.  By  K. 

Safe-conduct  until  Easter  for  Roger  de  Northburgh,  king's  clerk,  whom 
the  king  is  sending  to  divers  parts  of  the  realm  to  bring  certain  things 
to  him.  By  K. 

The  like  until  Michaelmas  for  John  Mountfichet,  king's  yeoman,  whom 
the  king  is  sending  on  his  business  to  the  duchy  of  Aquitaine. 


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78 


1322. 

Feb.  14. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  18. 
Oloacester. 


Feb.  16. 
Gloucester. 


Membrane  28 — ront. 

Commission  to  GriifiD  ap  Bees  and  Giles  de  Bello  Campo  to  array  2,200 
footmen  in  the  following  counties,  viz.  800  in  Angleseye,  800  in  Kamarvan, 
and  600  in  Merionyth,  and  to  march  them  to  Coventry  to  the  king  by 
Friday  after  the  first  Sunday  in  Lent  for  service  against  the  Scots  and 
rebels.      [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  following  to  array  footmen  in  their  respective  counties 
or  lands,  viz. — 

Walter  de  Bello  Campo  and  Res  ap  Gryffith  in  the  counties  of 
Kardigan  and  Kayrmerthyn  and  the  lands  of  Canterbaghan  and 
Cantrefmaur,  for  1,860  footmen,  viz.  600,  600,  800  and  860 
respectively. 

John  Wroth  and  John  de  Wynston,  800  footmen  in  the  lands  of 
Euyas  Lacy  and  Ewyas  Harald. 

William  Flemyng,  John  Noreis  and  Lysan  de  Avcne,  2,000  footmen 
in  the  land  of  Morgannou. 

Robert  de  Penres  and  Hugh  de  Lamplough,  400  footmen  in  the  land 
of  Gower. 

Robert  de  Morby  and  Meuric  ap  Rees,  400  footmen  in  the  land  of 
Breghenok. 

William  de  la  Beche  and  Madoc  Voil,  400  footmen  in  the  lands  of 
Eedwyn  and  Eery. 

John  de  Syxton  and  Adam  de  Waleweyn  600  footmen  in  the  lands  of 
la  Haye  and  Huntyndon. 

Robert  de  Morby,  John  de  Dene  and  Richard  le  Mareschall  660 
footmen  in  the  lands  of  Penketly,  Blenleny  and  Brenthles. 

Robert  de  Sapy,  Madoc  de  Hendor,  Griffin  ap  Oweyn  and  Madoc 
Thloyt  1,600  footmen  in  the  land  of  Powys. 

Lewelin  ap  Kenewrek,  William  de  Overesham,  William  de  Grey, 
William  le  Walsh,  Philip  del  Herber,  John  Lovel  and  Reginald  de 
Somerton  1,000  English  footmen  in  the  land  of  Glamorgan. 
[Pari.  Writs.] 

Mandate  to  all  the  above,  if  by  any  impediment  they  cannot  come  by 
the  above  mentioned  date,  to  come  as  soon  as  possible.    [Pari.  Writs.] 

Writ  of  aid  for  the  sheriff  of  Warwick  appointed  to  raise  1,000  foot  to  be 
with  the  king  at  Coventry  on  the  first  Sunday  in  Lent.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

By  K. 

The  like  for  all  such  sheriffs  as  are  commanded  to  raise  foot.  [Pari. 
Writs.] 

The  like  to  William  de  Wauton,  William  Maunsel,  John  de  Solers, 
William  le  Walssh  of  Wolvesthorp,  John  de  la  Mare  and  Thomas  de 
Berkeleye  of  Coberleye,  appointed  to  raise  1,500  footmen  in  the  county  of 
Gloucester,  the  forest  of  Dene  excepted.      [J'arl.  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  for  them,  directed  to  the  sheriff.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

Commission  to  Ralph  de  Gorges  and  John  de  Clyvedon  to  raise  1,000  foot- 
men in  the  counties  of  Somerset  and  Dorset.     {^Parl.  Writs.] 


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CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Feb.  14. 
Olouoester. 


Memhrayie  28 — co^it. 

The  like  to  the  following  : — Philip  Joce  and  Reginald  de  Abbenhale  to 
raise  600  footmen  in  the  forest  [of  Dean]  aforesaid.     [Farl.  Wriu,] 

Writ  of  aid  for  Lewelin  ap  Maddok  appointed  to  raise  400  footmen  as 
aforesaid  of  the  land  of  John  de  Grey  of  Diffrencloyt ;  mandate  to  the  said 
John,  or  his  bailiff,  to  deliver  the  said  force  to  the  said  Lewelin  without 
delay.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  appointments  of  the  under-mentioned,  viz. — 
Walter  le  Gras,  and  Cardigan  ap  Howel  to  raise  200  footmen  from  the 
land  of  Radenore;   with  mandate  to  Margaret,   late  the  wife  of 
Edmund  de  Mortuo  Mari,  or  her  bailiff,  to  deliver  the  men  without 
delay. 

Madoo  de  Hinderston  to  raise  50  footmen  from  the  land  of  Knokyn  ; 
with  like  mandate  to  the  lady  of  the  land  or  her  bailiff. 

Lewelin  Voil  to  raise  100  footmen  from  the  land  of  Ellesmere ;  with 
mandate  in  pursuance  to  Oliver  de  Ingham,  keeper  of  that  land. 

Madoc  ap  Lewelin  and  Yarford  ap  David  to  raise  700  footmen  from  the 
lands  of  Bromfeld  and  Yale ;  with  like  mandate  to  the  steward  of 
Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster. 

Madoc  de  Hinderston  to  raise  50  footmen  from  the  land  of  the  lady  of 
Audele  ;  with  like  mandate  to  the  said  lady  or  her  bailiff. 

William  le  Blound  and  Robert  de  Hunteleye  to  raise  400  footmen  from 
the  lands  of  Eedewelly  and  Eayrwathelan ;  with  like  mandate  to 
Henry  de  Lancastre,  or  his  bailiff. 

The  same  William  and  Robert  to  raise  800  footmen  from  the  land  of 
Monemewe  and  the  Three  Castles  {tribus  castris)  there ;  with  like 
mandate  to  the  said  Henry  or  his  bailiffs. 

Thomas  de  Thorn,  bailiff  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  of  Classebury 
and  Clifford  to  raise  60  footmen  and  all  the  men  at  arms  of  the 
same  lands. 

Walter  de  Bello  Campo  and  Res  ap  Grif&th  to  raise  800  footmen  from 
the  land  of  Pembrok  and  the  lordship  of  Haverford;  with  like 
mandate  to  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke,  or  his  bailiff. 
[Pari.  Tfrtts.] 


Feb.  22. 

Weston  sub 

Edge. 


Feb.  21. 

Weston  sub 

Edge. 


Feb.  12. 
Gloucester. 


MEMBRANE    27. 

Writ  of  aid  directed  to  the  sheriffs  of  Gloucester  and  Somerset  and  other 
bailiffs,  &c.  for  John  de  Merton  and  William  de  Kirkeby,  king's  clerks, 
appointed  to  enquire  touching  all  jewels,  coined  money  and  other  goods  of 
Maurice  de  Berkele,  Hugh  Daudele,  the  younger,  and  other  contrariants  in 
those  counties.      [Pari.  Wriu.']  By  K. 

Mandate  to  John  de  Dene,  constable  of  the  castle  of  Peuketli,  which  is 
in  the  king's  hands,  to  provide  provisions  and  other  things  necessary  for 
the  safe  custody  of  the  castle  ;  he  is  however  not  to  delay  coming  to  the 
king  with  horses  and  arms,  as  he  was  commanded,  as  soon  as  possible. 

ByK. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  of  Colecestre. 


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76 


1322. 


Feb.  26. 
Warwick. 


Feb.  28. 
Ooventry. 

Feb.  28. 
Coventry. 

March  1. 
Coventry. 


Feb.  28. 
Coventry. 


Feb.  26. 

Weston  sub 

Edge. 

Feb.  26. 

Weston  sub 

Edge. 


Feb.  26. 

Weston  sob 

Edge. 


Membrane  27 — cant. 

The  like  for  the  following,  viz. — 

Margaret,  late  the  wife  of  John  Giffard  of  Brymesfeld. 
Master  Robert  de  Stratford,  parson  of  the  church  of  Stratford  upon 
Avon. 

The  prior  of  St.  Sepulchre's,  Warwick. 

John  de  Segrave,  the  elder.  By  K. 

Henry  de  Insula. 

Guy  de  Mancestre. 

Robert  de  Leukenor. 

William  Lovel. 

Robert  de  Ardem.  ..  By  K. 

Master  Robert  de  Leycestre,  parson  of  the  church  of  Sibbesdon. 

William  de  Neusum.  By  K. 

William  de  Herle. 

Robert  de  Haustede. 

Margery,  late  the  wife  of  Robert  de  Haustede. 

Robert  de  Veer,  earl  of  Oxford. 

Andrew  de  Rideware. 

Nicholas  Trimenell  and  John  his  son. 

Richard  de  Blaby. 

Adam  de  Comberhale. 

Roger  le  Pursere. 

Bertrand  Feraundi,  parson  of  the  church  of  Rodele. 

William  de  Skelton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Bathekynton. 

Richard  de  Herthull. 

The  prior  of  Coventry. 

William  de  Bereford. 

Philip  le  Lowe. 

Ralph  de  Perham. 

Writ  of  aid  to  all  of  the  land  of  Breghenok  and  the  neighbouring  lands 
for  Master  John  Walewayn  and  Richard  Wroth,  appointed  to  throw  down 
the  castle  of  Breghenok.  By  K. 

Safe  conduct  until  Michaelmas  for  William  de  Notyngham,  minister 
general  of  the  order  of  Minors,  going  with  four  of  his  fellow  friars  to  their 
general  chapter  beyond  the  seas.  By  E. 

The  like  for  one  month,  for  Bidau  de  Saviniaco,  king's  yeoman, 
conducting  by  the  king's  command  to  the  Tower  of  London  Aline,  the  wife 
of  John  de  Moubray,  and  the  son  of  the  said  John,  also  the  daughter  of 
Robert  de  Holand  and  all  others  whom  the  said  Bidau  took  and  arrested  in 
the  company  of  the  said  Aline  by  the  like  command.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  the  said  Bidau  to  conduct  the  same  persons  to  the  Tower 
of  London  and  to  deliver  them  to  the  keeper  of  the  Tower  without  delay. 

The  like  to  Roger  de  Swynnerton,  keeper  of  the  Tower,  to  receive  and 
keep  them  until  further  order. 

John  de  Tolleslond,  canon  of  the  priory  of  St.  Mary's,  Huntyndon, 
bringing  news  of  the  cession  of  Robert,  late  prior  of  that  house,  which  was 
of  the  patronage  of  Hugh  Daudele,  the  younger,  and  is  in  the  king's  hands, 
has  letters  of  licence  to  elect  for  the  sub-prior  and  convent.  By  K. 


76 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

Feb.  27. 
Coventry. 


Feb.  26. 
Warwick. 


Feb.  24. 

Weston  sub 

Edge. 

Feb.  27. 
Warwick. 


March  1. 
Coventry. 


March  8. 

Merevale. 


March  8. 

Merevale 

Abbey. 


Membrane  27 — cont. 

Mandate  to  the  major  and  bailiffs  of  Bishop's  Lenne  to  arrest  all 
suspected  rebels  in  their  town  and  to  certify  the  king  of  the  names  of  all 
persons  so  arrested.  By  K. 

Power  to  Nicholas  de  Grey  to  receive  to  the  king's  will  all  those  who 
adhered  to  the  contrariants  at  Gloucestre,  except  Bartholomew  de  Badeles- 
mere,  and  to  keep  them  in  safe  custody  until  further  order.    [Pari.  Writs,] 

ByK. 

The  like  for  the  said  Nicholas  to  receive  in  like  manner  all  retainers  of 
Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  except  the  said  Bartholomew  and  those  who 
were  at  the  siege  of  Tykehill.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

Restitution  to  Ralph  de  Gorges  of  the  bailiwick  of  the  forestership  of 
Whittylwode,  granted  to  him  by  Edward  I,  but  which  the  king  afterwards 
took  into  his  hands  and  granted  to  Richard  Dammory.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  Nicholas  le  Tayllur  of  Tevelby  of  larcenies  and  robberies, 
whereof  he  was  appealed  by  William  Eempe,  king's  approver  in  the  gaol  of 
the  castle  of  Lincoln. 

The  like  to  the  following,  viz.  — 
John  Amy  of  Tevelby. 
Richard  de  Wykham  of  Tevelby. 
William  Pypek. 

Hugh  son  of  Beatrice  de  Wyvelyngham. 
Nicholas  Pek  de  Tevelby  of  Est  Riasen. 
William  Peek. 

The  like  to  Nicholas  le  Graungerman  of  Leggesby  for  homicides  and 
larcenies.  By  K. 

The  like  to  Thomas  de  Otteby  of  Sixsel. 

Writ  of  aid,  until  Michaelmas,  for  Robert  Darcy,  keeper  of  the  bishop 
of  Lincoln's  castle  of  Sleford,  which  is  in  the  king's  hands,  whom  the 
king  has  commanded  to  provision  the  said  castle.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  John  Pecche,  John 
Murdak,  Robert  de  Werdon,  Richard  de  Hastang,  Robert  de  Napton  and 
William  de  Clynton,  clerk,  Thomas  de  Wykham,  clerk,  Edmund  de  Whit- 
acre,  clerk,  Thomas  de  Brailles,  clerk,  and  John  de  Clanfeld,  clerk,  and 
John  de  Clynton,  William  de  Sutton,  Walter  de  Morcote,  Anselm  de 
Bromwych,  and  Alexander  de  Crulefeld.  By  K. 

The  like  for  William  de  Sutton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Aylmersthorp. 

The  like  for  Robert  de  Charnles,  parson  of  the  church  of  Swepston. 

Safe  conduct,  until  Michaelmas,  for  John  de  BristoU,  prior  provincial  of 
the  Friars  Preachers  in  England,  going  with  divers  friars  to  their  general 
chapter  to  be  held  at  Vienna  in  the  duchy  of  Austria  on  Whitsunday. 

ByK. 

Writ  of  aid  for  William  de  Ros  of  Hamelak,  Henry  de  Percy,  William  le 
Latymer,  and  Simon  Warde,  appointed  to  levy  all  the  men,  both  horse  and 
foot,  of  the  county  of  York,  and  to  proceed  against  Thomas,  earl  of 
Lancaster,  and  his  adherents,  besieging  the  castle  of  Tykhill.    [Pari.  Writs.] 

ByK. 


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77 


1322. 


March  4. 
Mere  vale. 


Membrane  27 — cont. 

Mandate  to  William  de  Ros  to  come  to  the  king  as  quickly  as  possible 
with  the  whole  force  which  he  can  levy,  and  to  harass  the  rebels  in  every 
way.      [Farl.  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  each  of  the  above  commissioners.     [Pari,  Writs,] 

Safe-conduct  for  Robert  de  Holand,  coming  to  the  king  by  his  command 
and  about  to  go  against  the  contrariants.      [Pari,  Wiits,]  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  for  one  year  for  Richard  de  Wirecestee,  clerk,  and  Peter 
Bard  whom  the  king  is  sending  on  his  business  to  divers  parts  of  the 
realm  with  two  ships  called  The  Cog  of  St.  John  and  La  James  of 
Westminster  whilst  victualling  the  said  ships.  By  K. 

Licence  for  Richard  de  Burgh,  knight,  William  de  Okleye,  John  de 
Bullesdon,  Richard  Judas,  chaplain,  John  de  Eldecote,  clerk,  and  Walter 
de  Evesham,  clerk,  notwithstanding  that  they  found  mainpernors  that  they 
would  come  to  the  king  in  the  northern  parts  to  go  against  the  contrariants, 
to  go  with  Joan,  the  wife  of  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Wygemor,  to  the 
parts  of  Suthamton,  to  stay  with  her.  By  K. 


Feb.  21. 

Temple 

Guyting. 


Feb.  16. 
Gloucester. 


Feb.  22. 

Weston  sab 

Edge. 


MEMBRANE    26. 

Writ  of  aid,  during  pleasure,  directed  to  sheriffs  and  others  for  Ralph  de 
Gammoys,  whom  the  king  has  commanded  to  convey  certain  things  from 
the  parts  of  Surrey  to  him,  wherever  he  may  be  ;  they  are  to  aid  the  said 
Ralph  with  horses  and  arms  and  their  whole  posse  when  required ;  power 
to  the  said  Ralph  to  arrest  those  whom  he  finds  contrariants  in  his  behalf, 
and  to  punish  them  by  imprisonment  and  the  caption  of  their  lands  and 
goods.      [Pari,  Writs,]  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  directed  to  all  sheriffs  and  others  in  England  and  Wales,  for 
Robert  de  Morby,  appointed  to  arrest  Master  Rees  ap  Howel,  and  Philip 
his  brother,  Meuric  ap  Rees  and  William  ap  Roys  his  brother,  John  le 
Resceivour  of  Breghenogh,  Philip  de  Clanevouz  and  Howel  ap  David  of 
the  land  of  Kyngton,  Walter  ap  David,  Yevan  ap  Reys  fitz  Maistre  Reys, 
John  Havard  and  Philip  Havard  his  brother,  John  Parpoynt,  Philip 
Parpoynt  and  Howel  ap  David  of  the  land  of  Breghenogh,  John  Ragoan 
and  William  his  son,  William  ap  Griffith  and  Griffith  ap  Howel  of  the 
land  of  Ewyas,  and  Richard  de  Baskervill  and  his  son.  By  E. 

The  like,  directed  to  the  keeper  of  the  land  of  Gower  for  Richard  Wroth, 
appointed  to  arrest  Stephen  Baret.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  following,  viz. — 
Robert  de  Moreby,  keeper  of  the  land  of  Breghenok,  to  arrest  Leuken, 
late  the  wife  of  Lewelin  Bren,  Griffith  ap  Lewelyn,  Jack  ap  Lewelyn, 
Henry  ap  Lewelyn,  Meuric  ap  Lewelyn,  William  ap  Lewelyn,  Roger 
ap  Lewelyn  and  Lewelin  le  Yong,  sons  of  the  said  Lewelyn  Bren ; 
Philip  Parpount  and  his  brothers,  John  Haward  and  his  brothers, 
Huel  David  of  the  Forest,  Philip  de  Clenowe,  Meuric  ap  Res,  Huel 
ap  David  and  his  sons,  Huel  Pal  and  Miles  Pykard,  and  deliver 
them  to  the  constable  of  Bristol  Castle.  By  K. 

Gilbert  Clenkarny,  keeper  of  the  land  of  Usk,  to  arrest  William  de 
Stretton  and  Meuric  de  Camoys.  By  K. 


78 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

Feb.  24. 
Weston  sub 

Edge. 

Feb.  22. 

Weston  sub 

Edge. 


Menibram  26 — cont, 
William  de  Wolvarcote,  to  arrest  Robert  Basset. 


ByK. 


Feb.  18. 

Gloucester. 


Feb.  21. 

Temple 

Guyting. 

Feb.  22. 

Weston  sub 
Edge. 


March  1. 
Coventry. 


Feb.  28. 

Coventry. 


Feb.  28. 
Coventry. 


March  15. 
Derby. 

March  4. 
Merevale. 

Feb.  26. 
Warwick. 


Grant  to  Richard  de  Balyben,  of  Ireland,  king's  yeoman,  of  the  bailiwick 
of  the  serjeanty  of  the  county  of  Mythe  and  Trym  in  Ireland,  late  of 
Matthew  Bacon,  deceased,  tenant  in  chief,  to  hold  during  the  minority  of 
the  heirs  of  the  said  Matthew.  By  K. 

Safe-conduct  for  Thomas  de  Culverden  appointed  by  the  king  to  lead  108 
footmen  from  the  county  of  Kent  to  him.      [Pari,  Writs.l 

Association,  during  pleasure,  of  Thomas  de  Dunstaple,  king's  serjeant 
at  arms,  with  Griffin  ap  Rees  and  Giles  de  Bello  Campo,  to  levy  horse  and 
foot  for  the  king's  service.     [Pari,  Writs.]  By  K. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  said  Griffin  and  Giles  to  admit  him. 
[Pari,  WHu.] 

Licence  for  John,  abbot  of  St.  Peter's,  Gloucester,  who  is  stricken  with 
old  age,  to  appoint  general  attorneys  for  his  life  for  the  affairs  of  himself 
and  his  house.  By  E. 

The  said  abbot  has  letters  nominating  William  de  Wich  and  Walter  le 
Rych  his  attorneys  until  he  pleases  to  remove  them. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Malcolm  Musard  and  Ralph  le  Blount  appointed  to  levy 
800  footmen  in  the  county  of  Worcester  and  to  lead  them  to  the  king  at 
Coventry  by  Friday  after  the  first  Sunday  in  Lent.     [Pari,  Writs,]     By  K. 

Mandate  to  the  sheriff  of  the  said  county  superseding  any  other  mandate 
for  the  levy  of  foot  in  that  county.      [Pari,  Writs.] 

The  like  for  Thomas  de  Roshale,  Eustace  de  Burneby  and  William  le 
Breton  to  levy  12  men  at  arms  in  the  county  of  Nottingham,  to  wit,  one  in 
every  hundred,  and  1,000  footmen,  and  to  lead  them  to  the  king. 
[Pari,  WHts.]  By  K. 

Grant  to  Richard  de  Ayremynne,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of  Thurlby 
and  Carleton  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by 
reason  of  the  late  voidance  in  the  time  of  the  late  king  of  the  see  of 
Lincoln.  By  K. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln. 

Safe-conduct  for  fifteen  days  for  Richard  de  Grey,  knight,  and  his  house- 
hold {meisne)  in  coming  to  the  king.     French,      [Pari,  Writs,]  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned,  viz. — 

Robert  de  Pyrpount,  knight,  and  his  household. 
Edmund  de  Appelby,  knight. 
John  de  Pederton.      [Pari,  Writs,] 

Protection  with  clause  rwlumus  for  one  year  for  the  prior  and  Friars 
Preachers  of  Warwick,  their  goods  and  servants. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  John  Haltebed  and  Geoffrey  Coftin. 

Mandate  to  Robert  de  Ardern  to  deliver  the  peel  and  manor  of  Burstall, 
which  belong  to  John  de  Haudlo  and  are  in  the  king's  hands,  and  in  the 
oustod.y  of  the  said  Robert,  to  the  said  John  together  with  the  goods  of 
the  said  John  therein,  and  the  issues  thereof  received  by  the  said  Robert. 

ByK. 


15  EDWARD  II.— Part  2. 


79 


1322. 

March  2. 
Weston. 


March  8. 

Merevale 

Abbey. 


March  26. 
Pontefract. 


March  12. 
Tutbury. 

March  4. 

Merevale 

Abbey. 


March  11. 
Tutbury. 


March  12. 
Tutbury. 


March  15. 
Warsop. 


Membrane  26 — cont. 

Safe-conduct  and  writ  of  aid  for  one  year  for  Peter  Bard,  going  on  the 
king's  affairs,  to  divers  parts  with  a  ship  called  The  Coy  of  St.  John ;  he 
has  power  to  punish  the  mariners  in  it.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  directed  to  the  men  of  the  counties  of  York  and  Nottingham, 
for  Thomas  de  Fournival,  the  younger,  appointed  to  levy  all  the  forces 
of  Hallumshire  to  go  against  the  king's  rebels.      [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  said  Thomas  to  levy  the  forces  of  the  Peak  in  the  county 
of  Derby.      [Pari.  Wnts.]  By  K. 

Presentation  of  William  de  Langeford  to  the  church  of  Thoresby  in  the 
diocese  of  Lincoln,  By  K. 

The  like  of  John  de  Enderby  to  the  church  of  Kirkeby  by  Bolyngbrok  in 
the  diocese  of  Lincoln. 

Pardon  to  Master  William  de  Brompton  for  adhering  to  Boger  Damory, 
a  rebel.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  Robert  de  Goldhull,  burgess  of  Gloucester,  for  a  fine  of  1001. 
paid  into  the  chamber,  for  communicating  with  the  contrariants  and  con- 
senting with  them  in  their  late  entry  into  Gloucester. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Robert  de  Welle. 

Power  to  Nicholas  de  Grey  and  John  de  Hardedeshull  (.Wr)  to  receive  into 
the  king's  will  all  adherents  of  the  rebels  of  the  counties  of  Leicester 
and  Derby,  and  to  keep  such  persons  in  safe  custody.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

The  like  to  John  de  Rythre  in  the  county  of  York.      [Pari.  Writs.] 

Grant  during  pleasure  to  Robert  de  Insula,  of  the  houses  with  rents  and 
other  appurtenances  late  of  Roger  Damory  in  the  city  of  London,  in  the 
king's  hands  by  forfeiture  of  the  latter ;  on  condition  that  he  keep  them 
in  repair  at  his  own  expense.  By  E. 

Mandate  to  the  sheriffs  of  London  to  deliver  them  to  him. 

Presentation  of  Robert  de  Clif '  to  the  church  of  Wyketof t  in  the  diocese 
of  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  of  Thomas,  earl  of 
Lancaster,  being  in  his  hands  by  forfeiture. 


March  4. 

Merevale 

Abbey. 


MEMBRANE   25. 

Isabella  de  Walton  and  Margaret  de  Lodeford,  nuns  of  PoUesworth, 
bringing  news  of  the  death  of  Erneburga,  their  abbess,  have  letters  for  the 
prioress  and  convent  of  licence  to  elect.  By  E. 

Robert  Spygumel,  clerk,  going  beyond  the  seas  for  study,  has  letters 
nominating  Roger  de  Potenham  his  attorney  for  two  years. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Hugh  de  Cokeseye. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned,  viz. — 
John  de  PoUesworth,  parson  of  the  church  of  Barewell. 
The  abbess  and  convent  of  PoUesworth. 
Reginald  de  Frome. 

Henry,  vicar  of  the  church  of  PoUesworth. 
WiUiam  de  Leycestre,  canon  of  Lichfield. 


80 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

March  6. 
Elford. 

March  6. 
Caldwell. 

March  9. 
Caldwell. 


Membranr  25 — cojit. 


March  8. 
Caldwell. 

March  11. 

Tutbury. 


March  11. 

Tutbury. 


March  15. 

Derby. 

March  14. 
Derby. 

March  15. 
Derby. 


March  1. 

Coventry. 


The  prior  of  Drax. 
Alexander  de  Frivill. 


ByK. 


Henry  de  Neweton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Sekkyngton. 


Master  Robert  de  Ayleston,  prebendary  of  Button  in  the  church  of 
St.  Mary,  Salisbury.  By  K. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  two  years  in  Ireland  for  Master 
James  de  Ispannia. 

William  de  Bereford  in  his  manors  of  Meysham  and  Raveneston. 

Henry  de  Djrve. 

The  abbot  of  Leicester. 

Master  Robert  de  Ayleston  and  Master  John  de  Ayleston,  parson  of  the 

church  of  Denton. 
Hugh  de  Pescy. 
Ralph  de  Ardem. 
Roger  de  Walecote. 
John  le  Harpour,  Thomas  de  Sibford,  Roger  son  of  Guy,  and  Robert  de 

Holeweye. 
John  de  Crokesford,  the  elder,  and  John  de  Crokesford,  the  younger. 

Robert  de  Cumpton. 

Thomas  Walkelyn,  Elias  Resoun  and  John  de  Creton. 

John  Mimmes,  Hugh  de  Stanlak  and  Richard  Darcy. 

William  de  Hynton. 

William  de  Sancto  Johanne. 

John  de  Palton. 

Robert  de  Bereford. 

Robert  de  Craunford. 

Richard  Shour. 

William  Maunsel,  the  elder. 

Thomas  Ughtred. 

Robert  de  Bosvill. 

The  abbot  of  Burton  on  Trent. 

William  le  Walshe. 

The  prior  of  Repyndon. 

John  Sourdevale. 

Thomas  de  Berwyk  and  Thomas  de  Gunmays. 

John  de  Marmyon,  the  younger,  staying  with  the  king  on  his  service. 

ByK. 
The  prior  of  Merton. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

John  de  Eynardesle,  clerk. 

Roger  de  Spaldyng,  parson  of  the  church  of  Lek. 

Thomas  de  Veer. 

The  abbot  of  Derle. 

The  chapter  of  St.  Mary's,  Lincoln. 

Pardon,  at  the  instance  of  John  de  Britannia,  earl  of  Richemund,  to 
Richard  Bokeler,  Henry  Arnold,  John  Badecok,  Robert  de  Kent,  Idonia  de 
Kent,   Thomas   Frank,   Reginald   Frank,   Roger    Coliere,   John    Robert, 


16   EDWARD  II.— Part  2. 


81 


1322. 


March  6. 
Elford. 


March  9. 
Caldwell. 


March  9. 
Caldwell. 


March  11. 

Tutbury. 


March  12. 

Tutbury. 


March  18. 
Blyth. 

March  14. 
Derby. 


March  15. 
Codnor. 


March  18. 
Blyth. 


Membrane  25 — cont, 

Reginald  Copegrey,  William  Pipere,  John  le  Fevre,  Henry  Belhomxne, 
John  de  Manewode,  and  Nicholas  le  White,  who  were  convicted  of  a 
trespass  against  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere  and  condemned  to  imprison- 
ment and  to  pay  a  certain  sum  of  money  as  damages  to  the  said 
Bartholomew,  of  the  said  imprisonment  and  also  of  the  said  damages,  as  all 
the  goods  of  the  said  Bartholomew  belong  to  the  king.  By  K. 

Presentation  of  Richard  de  Wygomia  to  the  church  of  Riburgh  in  the 
diocese  of  Norwich,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  of  Robert  de 
Walkefare  being  in  the  king's  hands.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  volwnns  until  Midsummer,  for  John  de  Weston, 
going  to  the  March  of  Scotland  on  the  king's  service.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned,  viz  : — 
Robert  de  Ardem. 

John  son  of  Ralph  Omnibon  {or  Cimubon)  of  Thenford. 
William  de  Sancto  Johanne. 

Signification  to  the  guardian  of  the  spirituality  of  the  bishopric  of 
Coventry  and  Lychefeld  of  the  royal  assent  to  the  election  of  Matilda  de 
Pype,  a  nun  of  PoUesworth,  to  be  abbess  of  that  house.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  the  king's  brother,  and  John  de 
Warenna,  earl  of  Surrey,  appointed  to  arrest  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster, 
Humphrey  de  Bohun,  earl  of  Hereford  and  Essex,  Hugh  Daudele,  the 
younger,  John  de  Moubray,  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere,  Roger  de  Clifford, 
John  Giffard  of  Brymesfeld,  Henry  Tyes,  John  de  Wylyngton  and  Henry 
de  Wylyngton,  and  all  of  their  company,  and  to  besiege  and  take  the  said 
Thomas's  castle  of  Pontefract.      [Pari.  WHts.]  By  K. 

The  like  for  Ralph  Basset  of  Dra3rton,  appointed  to  arrest  all  contrariants 
in  the  counties  of  Warwick,  Leicester,  Nottingham,  Derby  and  Stafford. 
[Pari  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  following,  viz. — 
John  de  Somery  and  the  said  Ralph,  in  the  abovesaid  counties  and  the 

county  of  Worcester. 
John  de  Olney,  co.  Northampton. 
John  de  Rithre,  oo.  York. 
Ralph  de  Grendon,  Roger  de  Chandos,  Henry  de  Grey,  cos.  Nottingham, 

Derby,  Warwick,  Leicester,  Stafford  and  Hereford. 
Robert  de  Leyburn,  co.  Lancaster. 

Humphrey  de  Littelbury,  co.  Lincoln.  By  E. 

Thomas  Ughtered  to  arrest  Richard  le  Waleys  and  other  contrariants 
in  the  county  of  York.  By  K. 

William  de  Ros  of  Hamelak  and  Henry  de  Percy  in  the  same  county. 

ByK. 

Philip  de  Barenton,  to  arrest  William  Trussel  and  William  de  Bredon 
and  other  contrariants  in  the  counties  of  Warwick,  Leicester, 
Northampton,  Nottingham,  Derby,  Stafford  and  Worcester.     By  K. 

Thomas  de  Roshale  etc.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  for  Nicholas  de  Grey  and  John  de  HardredeshuU,  appointed 
during  pleaaure  to  arrest  contrariants,  &c.  in  the  counties  of  Nottingham 
and  Derby.     [Pari.  Writs.^  By  K. 


24962 


r 


82 


CAl^iENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1822. 

March  14. 
Derby. 


March  18. 
Derby. 


April  2. 
AltoftB. 

March  26. 
Pontefraot. 

March  18. 
Derby. 


March  18. 

Derby. 

March  15. 
Derby. 


March  16. 

Warsop. 


March  17. 
Warsop. 


Membrane  25 — cont. 

Mandate  to  Richard  Wroth,  keeper  of  the  land  of  Gower,  to  pay  ont  of 
the  issues  of  Gower  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  appointed  viewer  and 
superior  keeper  of  divers  castles  and  lands  in  Wales,  which  are  in  the  king's 
hands,  for  himself  and  the  men  at  arms  who  by  the  king's  ordinance  are 
in  his  company  to  wit,  from  the  date  of  his  commission  until  Friday  last, 
12  March,  20s.  a  day,  and  from  the  said  12  March  for  as  long  as  he  is  in  the 
said  office,  a  mark.   By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Licence  for  Robert  de  Leybum  to  crenellate  his  dwelling-place  of  Aykhurst, 
CO.  Cumberland.  By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid  for  John  Haclut,  king's  yeoman,  appointed  to  arrest  Nicholas 
de  Guldeford,  clerk,  and  William  Trussel,  wherever  they  may  be.       By  E. 

The  like  for  John  de  Faucunberge  to  arrest  John  de  Evre. 

The  like  for  John  de  Haustede  to  arrest  John  de  Bottetourte,  the  elder. 

[Pari,  Writs.]     By  E.  on  the  information  of  R.  de  Baldok. 

The  like  for  John  de  Ippestanes  to  arrest  William  Trussel  and  William 
de  Bredon.  [Pari.  Writs.]     By  E. 

The  prior  of  Lenton,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating  John 
Delker  and  Herbert  Pouger  his  attorneys  for  one  year. 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  William  Gentilcors,  king's  yeoman,  to 
to  the  bailiwick  of  the  forestership  of  the  chaces  and  parks  of  Tuttebury, 
at  the  usual  wages.  By  E. 

Master  Walter  de  Islep,  parson  of  the  church  of  Whityndon,  going  to 
Ireland  on  the  king's  service,  has  letters  nominating  Roger  de  Sutton  his 
attorney  for  four  years. 

Grant  during  pleasure  to  Res  ap  Griffith,  king's  yeoman,  in  consideration 
of  his  past  and  future  service,  of  the  castle  and  manor  del  Berber  in  West 
Wales,  which  is  in  the  king's  hands,  to  hold  quit  of  any  rent  for  the 
same.     [Pari.  Writs.]  .  By  E. 

Writ  of  aid  for  John  de  Haustede  appointed  to  arrest  Peter  de  Denardeston 
in  the  counties  of  Norfolk  and  Suffolk,  and  to  take  into  the  king's  hands 
his  lands.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  E. 

The  like  for  the  following,  viz. : — 
Robert  de  Ardem  to  arrest  Robert  de  Veer  of  Sudburgh,  and  to  take 
his  lands  in  the  county  of  Northampton  into  the  king's  hands. 

ByE. 

Nicholas  de  la  Beche  to  arrest  John  de  Chelmersford,  William  de 

Gosefeld,  Robert  de  la  Lee  and  John  le  Clerk,  late  receiver  of  Plecy, 

and  to  take  their  lands  in  the  county  of  Essex  into  the  king's 

hands.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Peter  Giffard  to  arrest  William  de  Bredon. 

William  de  Disseworth  has  the  like  word  for  word.   [Pari.  Writs.]  By  E. 

Grant  to  Ralph  de  Gorges  of  the  custody  of  the  lands  late  of  Robert  de 
Neuburgh  and  William  de  Whittefeld  in  the  county  of  Dorset. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 
Mandate  to  the  sheriff  of  Dorset  to  deliver  the  lands  to  the  said  Ralph. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  2. 


88 


1322. 

March  16. 

Warsop 
(Warksop), 

March  18. 
Blyth. 


March  18. 
Blyth. 


March  18. 

Blyth. 


March  17. 

Blyth. 

March  21. 

Pontefract. 

March  19. 
Doncaster. 

March  19. 
Doncaster. 


March  19. 
Doncaster. 


Membrane  25 — cont. 

Pardon  to  Thomas  de  Txmstal  for  the  death  of  Robert  son  of  John  son  of 
Geoffrey  de  Kendale,  and  for  robberies  and  other  trespasses  against  the 
peace  ;  and  of  any  consequent  outlawry.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  of  Derle. 

ByK. 
The  like  for  the  under-mentioned,  viz. — 

John  de  Norton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Great  Bradeleye.  By  E. 

The  prior  of  Blyth. 

John  de  Herlaston,  parson  of  the  church  of  Normanton. 

The  abbot  of  Rufford.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  R.  de  Baldok. 

William  de  CUf. 

Robert  de  Bardelby. 

William  de  Oterhampton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Lutterworth. 

Henry  le  Peyntour. 

Master  John  de  Shoteswell,  parson  of  the  church  of  Colynton. 

The  prior  of  Marsh  by  Tyldiull. 

Richard  Hakelut,  staying  on  the  king's  service  in  the  company  of  John 

de  Warrena,  earl  of  Surrey,  until  Michaelmas. 
The  abbot  of  Peterborough,  for  one  year. 
Nicholas  son  of  Nicholas  de  Newport. 
Michael  de  Wath  and  Roger  de  Pokelinton,  parson  of  the  church  of 

Wath.  "^  By  E. 

Safe-conduct  for  fifteen  days  for  John  le  Smale,  clerk,  in  coming  to  the 
king. 

Signification  to  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln,  of  the  royal  assent  to  the  election 
of  William  de  Braunston,  a  canon  of  Osolveston,  to  be  abbot  of  that  house. 

ByE. 

Safe-conduct  until  Michaelmas  for  Adam  de  Assho  going  to  Lreland  to 
bring  com  into  the  realm.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  R.  de  Baldok. 

Presentation  of  Master  Roger  de  Clisseby  to  the  church  of  Arkesey,  in  the 
diocese  of  York,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the  land  and 
heir  of  Payn  Tibotot,  tenant  in  chief.  By  E. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  W.  archbishop  of  York. 

ByE. 

The  prior  of  Lantony  by  Gloucester,  staying  in  England,  has  letters 
nominating  Philip  Bacon  and  Hugh  de  Piriton  his  attorneys  in  Lreland  for 
two  years. 

Grant  to  William  de  Oterhampton,  king's  clerk,  receiver  of  the  castle  of 
Tuttebury  and  of  certain  other  lands,  late  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster, 
which  are  in  the  king's  hands,  to  receive,  so  long  as  he  shall  attend  to  that 
office  IM.  a  day  and  2  robes  a  year  for  his  clerk  out  of  the  issues  of  the 
said  castle  and  lands,  and  in  addition  hay,  litter  and  firewood  in  the  said 
castle  and  lands.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Safe-conduct  for  fifteen  days  for  Thomas  de  Apelton,  king's  yeoman, 
whom  the  king  is  sending  with  9  footmen  to  the  castle  of  Eenylworth  to 
stay  therein  for  the  defence  thereof.  By  E. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  until  Michaelmas  for  Richard  Hakelut, 
staying  on  the  king's  service  in  the  company  of  John  de  Warenna,  earl  of 
Surrey. 

The  like  for  one  year  for  Master  Robert  de  Bridlyngton,  parson  of  the 
church  of  Matlok. 


84 


CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

March  18. 
Doncaster. 


March  22. 
Pontefract. 


March  22. 
Pontelraot. 


March  24. 
Pontefract. 


MEMBRANE  24. 

Mandate  to  the  bailiffs  of  the  town  of  Eyngeston  on  Hull,  as  the  king  is 
coming  to  the  parts  of  York  on  an  expedition  against  the  Scots,  to  cause 
proclamation  to  be  made  that  all  merchants,  native  and  alien,  may  come  in 
safety  to  that  town  with  victuals  and  goods  and  sell  the  same  there  and  that 
no  one  shall  take  goods  or  wares  for  use  of  any  person  without  due  payment. 

ByK. 

Grant  for  one  year  to  the  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  the  town  of  Kyngeston 
on  Hull  for  the  improvement  of  the  town  that  in  the  said  town  or  its  port 
no  alien  merchant  or  his  goods  shall  be  arrested  for  any  debt  whereof  he  is 
not  a  principal  debtor  or  surety,  nor  for  the  trespasses  of  any  but  himself. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  B.  de  Baldok. 

Pardon  to  John  Andreu  of  Foxton,  chaplain,  of  his  outlawry  in  the 
county  of  CamDridge  for  not  appearing  before  Robert  son  of  Walter,  and  his 
fellows,  justices  of  oyer  and  terminer,  when  indicted  of  trespasses  against 
the  peace  in  the  said  county.  By  E.  on  the  like  information. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Peter  Giffard,  appointed  to  arrest  Joan,  late  the  wife  of 
Henry  de  Lacy,  countess  of  Lincoln,  and  Alesia  her  daughter,  Hervey  de 
Bury,  Lewis  le  Clerk,  and  John  Beaurepeir,  chaplain,  and  to  conduct  them  to 
the  King.  By  E. 

Presentation  of  John  Saleme  of  Wynchelse  to  the  church  of  St.  Clement, 
Old  Romenhale,  in  the  diocese  of  Canterbury,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason 
of  the  lands  late  of  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere  being  in  his  hands  by 
forfeiture.  By  E. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  of  St.  Mary's, 
York.  By  E. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned,  viz. — 

Master  John  de  Sutton,  prebendary  of  Carleton  Eyme  in  the  church  of 
St.  Mary,  Lincoln,  and  parson  of  the  church  of  Warsop.  By  E. 

Ralph  de  Strubby,  parson  of  the  church  of  Hellawe. 

Thomas  de  Barneby,  parson  of  the  church  of  Heton. 

Alan  de  Huddeleston. 

Edmund,  earl  of  Eent,  the  king's  brother. 

Edmund  Bacun. 

Richard  de  la  Pole  and  William  his  brother. 

The  master  of  the  house  of  St.  Mark,  Byleswyk. 

Alan  de  Hudleston  and  John  de  Brayland. 

John  Travers,  parson  of  the  church  of  Broghton  Asteleye. 

William  de  Thomtoft,  parson  of  the  church  of  Enesale. 

Robert  de  Stanegrave. 

Henry  de  Leycestre,  parson  of  the  church  of  Donynton  upon  Trent. 

Henry  Hode,  Richard  de  Hopertun  and  Thomas  Hode. 

Robert  de  Babbethorp. 

John  Bythewatre  of  Edenestowe. 

Roger  de  Sutton,  clerk,  constantly  attendant  on  the  king's  affairs,  and 
Nicholas  his  brother. 

Nicholas  de  Lynwode,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wyvelesford,  constantly 
attendant  on  the  king's  affairs. 

Nicholas  de  Erghes,  vicar  of  the  church  of  All  Saints,  Pontefract. 

Stephen  de  Segrave  in  his  manor  of  Beltesford  or  in  his  lands  or 
tenements  in  Gormuncestre,  Hertesbum  and  Suthwerk  or  other 
places  which  he  holds  for  life  of  the  demise  of  Thomas,  sometime 
earl  of  Lancaster.  By  E. 


15  EDWAED  n.— Pabt  2. 


86 


1322. 


March  24. 
Pontefracl. 


March  28. 
Pontefract. 


March  24* 
Pontefract. 


March  25. 

Pontefract. 


March  24. 
Pontefract. 


March  26. 
Pontefract. 


March  26. 
Pontefract. 


March  25. 
Pontefract. 


Membrane  24 — cont. 

Soger  de  Pykeryng.  By  K. 

Robert  de  Silkeston.  By  K. 

Simon  de  Balderston,  parson  of  the  church  of  Hevereshan;!. 

The  abbot  of  Kirkestall. 

Robert  de  Eehn,  clerk. 

Robert  de  Malberthorp. 

Roger  de  Kendalo. 

Grant  to  Robert  de  Wodehous  of  the  wardenship  of  the  hospital  of 
St.  Nicholas,  Pontefract,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  late  of 
Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  being  in  his  hands. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Robert  de  Welle. 
•    Vacated  because  otherwiae  below. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  Robert  de  Stanegrave. 

Pardon  to  William  de  Pevre  of  Pontefract  for  being  an  adherent  of 
Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  a  rebel ;  with  restitution  to  him  of  his  lands 
and  goods.  By  K. 

Grant  to  Robert  de  Wodehous  of  the  wardenship  of  the  hospital  of  St. 
Nicholas,  Pontefract,  late  of  Adam  de  Hibemia,  an  adherent  of  Thomas, 
earl  of  Lancaster,  and  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  of  the  said 
Thomas  being  in  his  hands  by  forfeiture. 

By  K  on  the  information  of  Robert  de  Welle. 

Presentation  of  Richard  de  Feribi  to  the  church  of  Emeldon  in  the 
diocese  of  Durham,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  late  of  Thomas, 
earl  of  Lancaster,  being  in  his  hands  by  forfeiture.  By  E. 

Grant  for  life  to  John  de  Chasteler  of  land  and  rents  to  the  value  of  50 
marks  a  year  out  of  the  lands  of  rebels  in  the  king's  hands  by  forfeiture. 

ByK. 

The  like  to  John  de  Bleyvill  of  lands  and  I'ents  at  the  value  of  100 
marks.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  directed  to  sheriffs  and  others  for  Thomas  le  Rous  and 
Master  Walter  de  Blida  appointed  to  view  in  the  counties  of  Warwick 
and  Leicester  all  castles,  manors,  parks,  lands  and  tenements,  and  also 
animals,  stock  and  goods,  late  of  contrariants  found  therein,  and  to 
enquire  by  oath  of  men  of  the  said  counties  what  animals,  stock  and  goods 
were  in  the  same  at  the  date  of  their  caption  into  the  king's  hands,  and 
whether  any  have  been  removed,  and  by  whom  and  into  whose  hands  any 
have  since  come.  By  E. 

The  like  for  one  year  for  Robert  de  la  Wolde,  king's  yeoman,  whom  the 
king  is  sending  to  make  purveyances  for  the  office  of  the  poultry  of  the 
Household.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  Roger  de  Northburgh. 

Grant  to  William  de  Herlaston,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of  Gaye 
Major  in  the  cathedral  church  of  Lichfield,  which  John  de  Ghelmersford 
held,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  voidAnce  of  the  see  of  Coventry  and 
Lichfield.  By  E. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  guardian  of  the  spirituality  of  the  said 
bishopric  to  induct  the  said  William. 

The  like  to  the  dean  and  chapter  of  Lichfield. 

Presentation  to  John  de  Percebrigg  to  the  church  of  Sturmes  in  the 
diocese  of  London.  By  E. 


86 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Membrane  24 — cant. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Eichard  de  Lincoln  of 
Peterborough,  and  the  men  and  ships,  whom  he  is  sending  southward  to 
buy  com,  victuals  and  other  goods  to  bring  to  York  and  Newcastle  on  Tyne 
he  having  found  security  that  he  will  not  convey  the  corn  to  other 
than  the  said  places,  and  that  he  will  not  communicate  with  the  Scots  or 
men  of  Flanders.  By  E.  and  by  surety  of  Roger  de  Northburgh. 

The  like  for  the  following : — 
Robert  de  Angerton,  of  Newcastle  on  Tyne. 

By  surety  of  Thomas  de  Fetherstanhalw  and  William  de  Tyndale. 
Simon  de  Waynflet  and  William  de  Waynflet  of  Houeden. 

By  surety  of  Robert  de  Wakefeld  of  Lincoln  and  John  Rostlyn. 
John  atte  Becke  of  Ellerker,  by  surety  of  John  de  Ellerker,  the  elder. 
John  Helleward  of  Eyngeston  on  Hull,  with  his  ship. 
Walter  Helleward  of  Eyngeston  on  Hull,  with  his  ship^  by  surety  of 
Ralph  de  Grene  and  Richard  son  of  Robert.  By  E. 

Nicholas  de  Holand  of  Gosberkirk  and  his  men  and  ships,  by  surety  of 
Roger  de  Northburgh. 
The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  by  the  aforesaid  surety,  viz. — 
Hugh  de  Holand  of  Gosberkirk. 
Gilbert  Cole  of  Gosberkirk. 


April  6. 
Altofts. 

April  7. 
Altofts. 


April  8. 
Altofts. 


April  17. 
Bothwell. 


April  14. 
Pontefraot. 

April  19. 
Bothwell. 


William  de  Boshale,  burgess  of  York,  with  a  ship. 
Philip  Warner,  merchant  of  Grymesby,  with  a  ship. 


ByE. 
ByE. 


Banulph  de  Snaith,  with  a  ship,  by  surety  of  William  de  Enottyngleye. 

William  de  Enottyngleye,  with  a  ship,  by  surety  of  the  said  Ranulph. 
John  de  Saltmersk,  with  his  ships. 

Nicholas  de  Fakenham  and  William  de  Benecroft  [es]  going  with  a 
ship  called  the  '  Seinte  Marie  Cog  '  to  the  south. 

By  testimony  of  John  Sturmy. 
The  like  for  the  following : — 
Nicholas  de  Fakenham,  merchant  of  Lenne  \  by  surety 

Matthew  son  of  Alan  de  Spaldyng,  merchant  of  Spaldyng  I    of  John 
William  White  of  Pyncebek,  merchant  of  Spaldyng  J    Sturmy. 


Adam  Heghenone  of  Swynflet 
Richard  Heghnone  of  Swynflet 


) 


by  surety  of  Richard  de  Doncastre 
and  Peter  Bateman. 


Richard  de  Donecastre  and  Peter  Batemon  of  Ravenesrod,  by  surety  of 
Richard  Heynon  and  Adam  Heynon. 

William  de  Ayremynn,  merchant,  with  a  ship. 

John  Burgeys,  merchant  of  Swynflet,  with  a  ship. 

John  de  Enottynglegh,  merchant,  with  a  ship. 

John  •  of  the  Garth  '  of  Drax,  with  a  ship. 

Adam  son  of  William  de  Houeden  of  Rouclif ,  with  a  ship. 

Thomas  de  Lund  of  Selby,  with  ships. 

Adam  Storme  of  Swynflet. 
John  *  off  Fery '  of  Wakefeld. 
Thomas  de  Gretton. 

William  Toller  of  Grimmesby. 

John  Pogge  of  Houeden,  with  ships. 

William  Grundulf  of  Brunham,  merchant,  with  a  ship. 


16   EDWARD   II.— Pabt  2. 


87 


1322. 

April  18. 
[Bothwell] 

April  22. 
Bothwell. 


April  23, 
Bothwell. 

March  26. 

Pontefraot, 


March  27. 
Pontefract. 


March  26. 
Pontefraot. 


March  26. 
Pontefract. 


April  6. 

Altofts. 


Membrane  24 — cont, 

Adam  Eclaf  (sic)  of  Seleby,  with  ships. 

Thomas  Stonhard  of  Eyhavene,  merchant.  By  E. 

John  de  Nautton,  merchant  of  Bavenserodde,  with  ships. 

Richard  de  Goldebume,  merchant  of  Ravenserodde,  with  ships. 
John  son  of  Ranulph  de  Rouclif,  with  ships. 
William  Colyon  of  Gumcestre. 
Henry  son  of  Beatrice  de  Saltemersh. 
William  Chescroame  of  Melleford. 

William  Wryd  of  Barton,  |      .,,  „, .  ^ 
William  Cristemesse,         |  ^'*^  ^'^' 

Pardon  to  Roger  de  Bury,  *  harpour,'  for  adhering  to  John  de  Wylyngton 
and  others,  the  king's  enemies  and  rebels.     [Pad.  Writs,]  By  E. 

Grant  to  Master  Robert  de  Baldok,  king's  clerk,  archdeacon  of  Middlesex, 
of  the  body  of  Roger  Maaduyt,  the  king's  enemy  and  traitor,  to  deliver  or 
do  otherwise  at  his  will.  By  E. 

Thomas  de  Mounpellers,  clerk,  going  to  Ireland,  has  letters  nominating 
Robert  de  Helebek  his  attorney  for  two  years. 

Protection  until  Michaelmas,  at  the  request  of  Charles,  king  of  France 
and  Navarre,  and  of  Charles,  count  of  Valois,  for  the  men  and  merchants 
of  the  town  of  Amiens  coming  into  the  realm  to  trade ;  their  wares  are 
not  be  arrested  for  any  debts  which  the  king  of  France  owes  to  any 
merchants  of  the  realm.       By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  Baldok. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Ingelram  Berenger  and  John  de  Cotesford,  appointed 
during  pleasure  to  take  into  the  king's  hands  the  lands  and  goods  late  of 
Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  elder,  which  have  not  yet  been  taken  into  his 
hands ;  and  to  view  and  order  for  the  king's  advantage  all  lands  and  goods 
previously  taken  into  the  king's  hands.  By  E. 

Licence  for  Joan,  late  the  wife  of  Richard  de  Rokesle,  to  grant  to  Thomas 
de  Cryel  of  Newenton  and  the  heirs  of  his  body,  with  reversion  failing  such 
issue  to  the  said  Joan  and  her  heirs,  a  messuage  and  60  acres  of  land  in 
Bocton  AUuph,  held  in  chief  as  of  the  honor  of  Boulogne,  as  appears  by 
inquisition  taken  by  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond 
Trent.  By  fine  of  1  mark. 

Grant  to  Master  Robert  de  Baldok,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of  Eccles- 
hale  in  the  cathedral  church  of  Lichefeld,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of 
the  voidance  of  the  see  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield.  By  E. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  guardian  of  the  spirituality  of  the  said  see 
to  induct  him.  By  E. 

The  like  to  the  dean  and  chapter. 


March  16. 
Codnor. 


MEMBRANE    28. 

Grant  in  fee  tail  to  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke,  and  Mary,  his 
wife,  of  the  castles  and  manors  of  Thorp  Waterville  and  Hegham  Ferers, 
CO.  Northampton,  late  of  Thomas  earl  of  Lancaster,  and  which  through  the 
forfeiture  incurred  by  him  came  into  the  king's  hands,  together  with  their 
hundreds,  knights'  fees,  and  advowsons  of  churches  and  all  their  other 
appurtenances.  By  E. 


88 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


April  8. 

Altofts. 


April  6. 
Altofts. 

May  5. 

York. 

May  5. 

York. 

May  15. 

York. 

May  18. 
York. 

April  2. 
Altofts. 


April  8. 
Altofts. 


April  2. 
Altofts. 


April  5. 
Altofts. 


Membrane  23 — cont. 

Mandate  to  the  sheriff  of  Northampton  to  deliver  to  the  said  Aymer  and 
Mary  the  castle  and  manor  of  Thorp  Waterville,  which  are  in  the  hands  of 
Robert  de  Holand. 

The  like  to  John  de  Olneye,  Master  Walter  de  Blida,  and  John  Pecok, 
the  elder,  to  deliver  the  castle  and  manor  of  Hegham  Ferers. 

Grant  to  the  said  Aymer  and  Mary  in  fee  tail  of  the  manor  of  Hegham 
Ferers,  co.  Northampton,  and  of  the  castle  and  manor  of  Thorp  Waterville 
with  the  hamlets  of  Achirche  and  Aldewyncle  and  other  their  appurtenances, 
late  of  Robert  de  Holand,  which  he  surrendered  to  the  king  when  lately 
charged  with  divers  excesses  and  with  adhering  to  the  king's  enemies. 

ByK. 

Licence  for  Henry  le  Scrop,  whose  horses,  oxen  and  other  animals,  corn 
and  other  goods  had  been  appropriated  by  the  contrariants,  some  of  whom 
are  prepared  to  restore  the  horses  and  cattle  and  to  satisfy  the  said  Henry 
for  the  corn  and  goods,  to  receive  back  the  former  and  to  accept  such 
satisfaction. 

The  like  for  :— 
Edmund  Gacelyn. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

William  Aylemer,  clerk.  By  K.  on  the  like  information. 


Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger. 


ByK. 


Ligelram  Berenger. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

John  de  Haudlo.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  Richard  de  Wamberge,  parson  of  the  church  of  Castelford,  for 
adhering  to  Thomas  earl  of  Lancaster,  a  rebel. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Robert  de  Welle. 

Signification  to  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln  of  the  royal  assent  *to  the  election 
of  Reginald  de  Bluntysdon,  a  canon  of  St.  Mary's,  Huntyngdon,  to  be 
prior  of  that  house,  which  was  of  the  patronage  of  Hugh  Daudele,  the 
younger,  and  for  certain  reasons  is  now  in  the  king's  hands. 

Pardon  to  Peter  Wiccheberd  of  Kyngesclipston  for  acquiring  in  fee, 
without  licence,  a  messuage,  1  toft  and  1  bovate  of  land  in  Warsop,  held  in 
chief,  from  Richard  de  Notyngham,  who  had  acquired  the  same  in  like 
manner  from  John  son  of  Richard  de  Sutton.  By  fine  of  ^  mark. 

The  like  to  Stephen  de  Segrave  for  acquiring  for  life,  without  licence, 
from  Thomas,  sometime  earl  of  Lancaster,  a  rebel,  lands  and  tenements  in 
Beltesford,  and  certain  parcels  of  wood,  and  of  a  mill  and  stew  there,  and 
also  40  marks  of  rent  which  the  earl  received  yearly  out  of  the  manor  of 
Gunthorp,  and  60  marks  of  rent  from  the  said  earl's  tenants  of  Gomcestre, 
all  which  are  held  in  chief  :  also  the  release  and  quit  claim  of  80s.  of  rent, 
which  the  said  Stephen  paid  to  the  earl  for  lands  and  tenements  in  Asse- 
bourn,  Ofdcote,  Underwode  and  la  Grene ;  and  of  20jf.  of  rent  for  a  messuage 
which  the  same  Stephen  held  of  the  earl  in  Asseboum,  which  rents  are  also 
held  in  chief.  By  E. 

Presentation  of  Richard  Oweyn  to  the  church  of  Thribergh,  in  the  diocese 
of  York,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  late  of  Adam  de  Reresby 
being  in  his  hands  for  divers  causes.  By  p.s. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  2.  89 


2322  Membrane  28 — cont, 

April  6.  Grant  for  life  to  John  de  Chisenhale  of  the  free  chapel  of  St.  Margaret, 

AltoftB.  "*     Coulynge,  void  by  the  resignation  of  Henry  de  Wygan,  the  last  warden 

thereof,  and  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  forfeiture  of  the  lands  of 

Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster.     By  K.  on  the  information  of  Geoffrey  le  Scrop. 

Vacated  because  surrendered  and  cancelled  and  ot/iericue  below. 

Protection,  with  clause  noUumis,  for  one  year,  for  Walter  de  Clif*  and 
Agnes  late  the  wife  of  Alan  de  Bameby. 

The  like  for  the  following,  viz.  — 

Robert  de  Brompton,  master  of  the  hospital  of  Northallerton. 

The  prior  of  St.  Katharine's  without  Lincoln. 

Master    WiUiam   de  Baiocis,  parson  of  the  church    of    Burton    by 

Lincoln. 
John  Botetourt. 

Walter  de  Bredon,  parson  of  the  church  of  Kevelyngworth. 
The  abbot  of  Wyllebek. 
The  prior  of  Markeby. 
The  prior  of  Trentham. 
The  abbot  of  Kirkestede. 
Robert  de  Silkeston. 
Hugh  de  Croft. 
Adam  de  Hadelesheye. 
The  abbot  of  Revesby. 
Roger  le  Mareschal  of  Middelton. 
Isabella  de  Grey  of  Langeford. 
Margaret  Banastre. 
Agnes  de  la  Lee. 
Richard  de  Hoghton. 

Master  Thomas  de  Bray,  parson  of  the  church  of  Glenefeld. 
Hugh  de  Lodbrok,  parson  of  the  church  of  Blaby.  By  K. 

April  9.  Katherine  de  Haliwelle. 

Altofts.  Master  John  Walewayn,  master  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Leonard's,  York. 

Geoffrey  Luterel,  for  one  year. 

John  Ejiyght  of  Castelford. 

The  prior  of  Thornholm. 

Robert  de  Saxton. 

The  prior  of  Holand. 

John  de  Dalton  of  Pykeryng,  until  the  Ascension. 

Robert  de  Brompton,  master  of  the  hospital  of  Northallerton,   for 
one  year. 

EHas  de  Stapelton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Suaventon. 

Lewis,  bishop  of  Durham. 

The  prior  of  St.  John  the  Evangelist,  Pontefract. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  R.  de  Baldok. 

The  prior  of  Wirkesop. 
The  abbot  of  Whalley. 
John,  parson  of  the  church  of  Clifton. 
Roger  de  Middelton. 

John  de  Wroxhale,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wyvelyngham, 
Hugh  de  Levinthorp. 

William  de  North  Dalton,  clerk,  and  Richard  de  Graonoewyk  of  North 
Dalton. 

April  18.  Master  Robert  de  Pykeryng,  dean  of  St.  Peter's,  York.  By  K. 

Pontefract*  Peter  de  Monte  Forti. 


90 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


April  4. 
Altofts. 


April  8. 
Altofts. 


Membrane  2S—€ont, 

William  de  Liversete,  staying  on  the  king's  service  with  Roger  Corbet. 
Warin  de  Bassyngboume. 

Safe-conduct  for  the  men,  whom  Andrew  de  Harcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  is 
sending  beyond  the  seas  to  purvey  and  bring  victuals  to  the  March  of 
Scotland  for  the  maintenance  of  himself  and  his  household,  staying  there 
on  the  king's  service.  By  K. 

Safe-conduct  for  one  year  for  Manautus  Franciski  and  John,  his  brother, 
and  Bernard  Amigi,  merchants  of  Florence,  whom  the  king  is  sending  beyond 
the  seas  to  buy  com  and  to  bring  it  to  him  for  the  war  with  the  Scots. 

By  K. 

Protection  for  the  same  merchants  directed  to  the  admirals,  masters  of 
ships,  mariners,  and  all  mariners  of  parts  beyond  the  seas.  By  E. 

Grant  to  Robert  de  Swynbom  of  Henry  de  Swynbum,  his  nephew,  a 
rebel,  captured  and  detained  in  the  prison  of  York,  to  deliver  him  or  to  do 
otherwise  at  his  will.         By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Presentation  of  John  de  Chisenhale  to  the  chapel  of  St.  Margaret, 
Coulynge,  in  the  diocese  of  Norwich,  void  by  the  resignation  of  Henry  de 
Wigan,  the  last  rector,  and  in  the  king's  g^  by  reason  of  the  forfeiture  of 
the  lands  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Geofi&ey  le  Scrop. 

Safe-conduct  for  one  year  for  Selo  Susse,  king's  merchant,  going  beyond 
the  seas  with  three  ships  called  La  grant  Mariote  of  Yarmouth, 
La  Margareie  of  Lenne,  and  La  Crucetihurgh  of  Lenne,  to  purvey  oats  and 
bring  it  to  the  king  for  the  Scotch  war.  By  E. 

Mandate  to  the  earls,  barons  and  all  other  men  of  the  county  of  York  to 
assemble  with  horses  and  arms  in  order  to  repel  the  invasion  of  the  Scots  ; 
they  are  to  obey  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  appointed  warden  of 
those  parts.  By  E. 

The  like  to  the  men  of  the  counties  of  Westmoreland  and  Cumberland, 
and  the  bishopric  of  Durham. 

The  like  to  the  sheriff  of  York  to  prepare  the  posse  of  his  county  ;  he  is 
to  obey  the  said  Andrew  in  all  matters  touching  the  defence  of  his  cotUity. 

ByE. 

The  like  to  the  sheriffs  of  the  above  counties.  [Pari.  Writs.] 

April  8.         Protection  and  safe-conduct  for  fifteen  days  for  John  le   Smale,  clerk, 
Altofts.       coming  to  the  king.  By  E. 


April  8. 
Altofts. 

April  6. 
Altofts. 


April  6. 

Altofts. 


April  6. 
Altofts. 


March  81. 
Altofts. 


March  28. 
Pontefract. 


MEMBRANE   22. 

Master  James  de  Ispannia,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating 
John  de  Eyngeston,  chaplain,  and  John  de  Stapelford  his  attorneys  in  Lreland 
for  four  years. 

Protection  with  clause  nohimiis  for  Robert  de  Insula  in  his  manors  and 
towns  of  Harewode,  Stoketon,  Estkesewyk,  Wyk,  Brandon,  Wyggedon, 
Alwaldeby,  Stubhous,  Werdelay,  Carleton,  Dunkesewyk  and  Wytheton. 

ByE. 
The  like  for  the  following,  viz. — 
The  abbot  of  Eynesham. 
Richard  le  Vavasour,  parson  of  the  church  of  Whithern. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  2. 


91 


1322. 


Membrane  22 — cont» 

William  Turvey. 

Henry  de  Wygan,  parson  of  the  free  chapel  of  St.  Margaret,  Coulyng. 

Robert  de  Holden,  parson  of  the  church  of  Haulton  on  Trent. 

Robert  de  Wodehous,  master  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Nicholas,  Pontefract. 

Master  John  de  Notingham,  parson  of  the  church  of  Claworth. 

Gilbert  de  Halghton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Emeldon. 

Richard  de  Wambergh,  parson  of  the  church  of  Castelford. 

William  le  Moigne,  yeoman,  going  on  pilgrimage  to   Santiago,  until 

Michaelmas. 
Henry  de  Athelastre,  parson  of  the  church  of  Kirketon  in  le  Clay. 
Alan  de  Lughton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Alesby. 
Robert  de  Eeleseye,  clerk. 
Richard  de  Donecastre  and  Peter  Batteman. 
Walter  de  Bredon,  parson  of  the  church  of  Kyvelyngworth. 
William  de  Grendale,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wresel. 
Lewis,  bishop  of  Durham. 

John  de  Beverlaco,  parson  of  the  church  of  Waltham. 
Robert  de  Morby. 

Matilda,  daughter  of  Lawrence  de  Swynflet. 
William  Scot. 

The  prior  of  St.  Oswald's,  Nostel. 
Henry  Basset,  parson  of  the  church  of  Barneby. 
William  de  Brampton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Eirkeby  Ravenswath. 
William  la  Zousche  of  Haryn worth. 
Frederic  de  Bardes,  prebendary  of  Fenton. 
The  prior  of  Monkbretton. 
John  de  Hastynges. 

Roger  Tromewyn. 

Richard  de  Wamberge,  parson  of  the  church  of  Castelford. 

Richard  de  Shefeld,  clerk. 

The  abbot  of  Roche. 

William  de  Wermynistre,  parson  of  the  church  of  Acworth. 

Thomas  de  Bray,  parson  of  the  church  of  Clenfeld. 

William  de  Miggeleye. 

Henry  de  Percy. 

Eleanor  de  Percy. 

The  prior  of  St.  Leonard's  without  Staunford. 

The  prior  of  Newstead  on  Ancolne. 

Adam  de  Batelay. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Robert  de  Silkeston,  king's  clerk,  and 
Henry  de  Leycestre  as  auditors  of  the  accounts  of  all  receivers,  bailiffs  and 
keepers  of  the  forfeited  lands  and  goods,  late  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster, 
and  other  rebels  beyond  Trent,  which  are  in  the  king's  hands.  By  E. 

• 

The  like  of  Simon  de  Balderston  and  Ralph  de  Dalton  on  this  side 
Trent.  By  E. 

Vacated  because  otherwise  below, 

March'  28.        Grant  to  Godfrey  de  Rudham,  king's  clerk,  of  the  deanery  of  the  free 
Pontefract.     chapel  of  Wolverhampton. 

'  By  E.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 
Mandate  to  the  sheriff  of  Stafford  to  induct  him  therein. 

Simple  protection,  until  Michaelmas,  for  Master  John  Gylemyn, 
'  mareschal,'  going  on  pilgrimage  to  Santiago.  By  E. 


Aprils. 
Altofts. 


March  28. 
Pontefraot. 


92 


OALENDAE  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

March  26. 
Pontefract. 


March  25. 
Pontefract. 


March  80* 
Pontefract. 


April  1. 
Altofts. 

March  81. 

Altofts. 


Membrane  22 — cont. 

Protection  and  writ  of  aid  for  Reginald  de  Frome,  Guy  Amaleuene  and 
Bernard  Brun,  king's  yeomen,  taking  Stephen  Baret,  a  rebel,  to  Sweyneseie 
in  Wales  to  be  there  delivered  as  they  are  more  fully  instructed.         By  K. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  to  be 
keeper  of  the  counties  of  York,  Lancaster,  Cumberland,  Westmoreland  and 
Northumberland,  and  of  the  bishopric  of  Durham,  for  the  purpose  of 
repelling  the  Scots,  with  power  to  array  the  forces  of  those  counties  and 
also  in  the  said  bishopric.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  several  sheriffs  of  the  above  counties. 
[Pari.  WriU.] 

The  like,  directed  to  the  constables  and  keepers  of  castles  and  fortalices, 
and  the  keepers  of  cities  and  towns  there,  so  that  their  castles  and  places  be 
securely  kept.      [Pari.  Writs.] 

Mandate  to  L.  bishop  of  Durham,  to  array  the  horse  and  foot  in  his 
bishopric  by  the  advice  of  the  said  earl,  so  that  no  damage  may  ensue  to 
the  marches  by  neglect.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

Like  writ  of  aid  for  the  said  earl,  directed  to  the  bishop  of  Durham,  and 
he  is  to  meet  the  earl  speedily  with  horses  and  arms,  and  all  his  posse. 
[Pari.  WHts.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  following  to  come  to  Newcastle  on  Tyne,  viz. — 
Henry  de  Bello  Campo. 
Ralph  de  Nevill. 

Gilbert  de  Umfravill,  earl  of  Anegos. 
Ralph  de  Craystok. 
Henry  de  Percy.  [Pari.  Writs.] 

Pardon  to  Richard  de  Dulverne,  prior  of  Trentham,  in  consideration  of  a 
fine  of  40  marks,  of  the  under-mentioned  trespass.  Upon  the  voidance  of 
the  house  by  the  death  of  Richard  de  Lavyndon,  the  last  prior,  Thomas, 
esStl  of  Lancaster,  asserting  that  the  advowson  of  the  priory  belonged  to 
him,  although  it  belonged  to  the  king  and  his  ancestors  from  time 
immemorial,  compelled  the  sub-prior  and  convent  to  obey  him  as  patron, 
and  the  said  Richard  de  Dulverne  upon  his  election  as  prior  did  fealty  to 
the  earl  as  he  acknowledged  before  the  king.  The  earl's  la^pds  having 
escheated  for  his  rebellion,  the  king  grants  the  prior  pardon  and  takes 
fealty  from  him. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Walter  de  Bosseby  and  William  de  Waynhous,  burgesses 
of  Leycestre,  appointed  to  arrest  John  Curteys,  John  de  Leycestre,  Nicholas 
son  of  Nicholas  le  Arblaster,  Adam  de  Heleye,  Adam  Onthegrene  and 
Richard  Oftheden,  and  to  seize  into  the  king's  hands  their  goods  upon  the 
information  and  advice. of  John  Bigge  of  Melburn.  By  E. 

Safe-conduct  for  two  years  for  Dinus  Forcetti,  king's  yeoman,  going 
beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  business. 

Letters  of  credence  directed  to  the  mayors,  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  the 
towns  of  Colecestre,  Ipswich,  Dunwich,  Norwich,  Goseford  and  Baudeseye, 
Harwich,  Orford,  Great  Yarmouth,  Little  Yarmouth,  Blakeney,  Brunham 
and  Lenne  in  favour  of  J.  bishop  of  Norwich  and  Walter  de  Norwico, 
keeper  of  the  ofiBce  of  the  Treasurer,  to  whom  the  king  has  issued  mandates 
touching  the  Scotch  war. 

The  like  directed  to  the  merchants  vintners,  native  and  foreign,  staying 
in  London,  in  favour  of  Walter  de  Norwyco,  John  de  Foxle  and  Roger  de 
Swynnerton.  By  K. 


15  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  2. 


98 


1322. 

April  2. 
Altofts. 


March  26. 
Pontefract. 


March  25. 
Pontefract. 


March  26. 

Pontefract. 


Membrane  22 — cont. 

Mandate  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  escheator  beyond  Trent,  to  restoi^ 
the  temporalities  of  the  abbey  of  Osulveston  to  William  de  Braundeston,  a 
canon  of  the  house,  whose  election  as  abbot  thereof  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln 
has  confirmed.  By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Bobert  Baldok. 

Writ  fir  irUemlmdo  in  pursuance  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  house. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  master  and  brethren  of  the 
hospital  of  St.  Leonard's,  York,  of  the  following  lands,  viz.  by  John  de 
Jagele,  parson  of  the  church  of  Scrayngham,  of  a  messuage,  1  toft,  and  2 
bovates  4  acres  and  1  rood  of  land  in  Bramhop,  by  William  de  Hilderthorp 
of  a  messuage,  1  toft,  2  bovates  and  9  acres  of  land  in  the  same  place  and 
in  Flathewath,  which  are  of  their  own  fee  and  are  worth  in  all  their  issues 
15s.  a  year,  as  appears  by  inquisition  made  by  Thomas  de  Burgo,  king's 
clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  in  part  satisfaction  of  a  hcenee  to 
acquire  land,  tenements  and  rent  to  the  value  of  202.  a  year. 

The  like  for  the  like  alienation  to  the  same  hospital  by  Peter  de  Middel- 
ton  of  the  advowson  of  the  church  of  Hoton  Wandesleye  in  exchange  for  a 
messuage,  11  tofts,  6  bovates  and  85i  acres  of  land,  10  acres  of  meadow 
and  19  acres  of  waste  in  Middelton  in  Whervedale  and  Stockeld  and  also 
for  the  release  to  him  of  8s.  of  rent  out  of  the  28s.  which  the  said  Peter  paid 
to  the  master  and  brethren  for  his  tenements  in  the  town  of  Stockeld. 

By  fine  of  40s. 

Creation  of  Andrew  de  Hartcla  as  earl  of  Carlisle ;  with  grant  of  1,000 
marks  a  year  of  lands  and  rents  to  maintain  his  status,  viz.  500  marks  in 
the  counties  of  Cumberland  and  Westmoreland  and  500  marks  in  the 
Marches  of  Wales.      [Fiedera.] 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Bobert  de  Baldok. 

Letters  of  credence  directed  to  the  men  of  Cornwall  for  Thomas  Lerce- 
dekne  and  Reginald  de  Botereux  appointed  to  levy  500  footmen  in  that 
county  clad  in  one  uniform ;  the  earls,  barons  and  other  men  of  the  county 
not  having  hitherto  rendered  aid  to  the  king  against  his  enemies,  any  re- 
missness on  their  part  will  now  entail  severe  penalties.  [Fcedera :  ParL 
Wnts.]  By  K, 


March  28. 
Pontefract. 


March  24. 
Pontefract. 


MEMBRANE  21. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Thomas  Lercedekne,  appointed  to  purvey  1,000  quarters  of 
wheat,  1,000  quarters  of  oats,  and  40  tuns  of  wine,  in  the  county  of 
Cornwall  and  to  convey  the  same  to  Skymbumessh  for  delivery  to  the  king's 
receiver  of  stock.  By  K, 

Mandate  to  the  sheriff  of  York  to  purvey  in  the  parts  of  Holdernesse 
600  quarters  of  wheat,  500  quarters  of  oats  and  500  quarters  of  barley  malt 
out  of  the  issues  of  his  bailiwick,  to  be  ground  and  put  in  barrels  with  the 
amount  of  contents  marked  and  sent  on  as  they  are  bought  to  Newcastle  on 
Tyne  to  the  receiver  of  stores  there,  by  the  octaves  of  Holy  Trinity  at  latest ; 
and  John  de  Norton,  king's  clerk,  is  sent  to  supervise  the  purveyance. 

ByK. 

The  like  to  the  following  sheriffs  by  view  of  the  under-mentioned 
clerks,  viz. — 

Lincoln :  800  quarters  of  wheat,  500  quarters  of  oats,  600  quarters  of 
barley-malt  and  200  hogs.    The  clerk  is  Bobert  de  Ashou. 


96 


CALBNDAB  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

April  12. 
Pontefract. 


April  12. 
Pontefract. 


Membrane  21 — cnnt. 

Pardon  to  John  son  of  Henry  le  Mouner  of  Hedon  of  his  outlawry,  if 
any,  for  not  appearing  before  the  king  to  answer  touching  a  trespass  against 
Helming  de  Osenbrugg.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  Thomas  de  Burgh,  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent, 
to  restore  the  temporalities  of  the  bishopric  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield  to 
Master  Roger  de  Northburgh,  archdeacon  of  Richemund  in  the  church  of 
York,  king's  clerk,  preferred  by  Pope  J.  to  be  bishop  thereof,  the  king 
having  accepted  the  preferment.  By  K. 

The  like  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  escheator  beyond  Trent. 

Writ  de  interulemlo  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  bishopric. 

Mandate  to  Edward,  earl  of  Chester,  the  king's  son,  or  his  justice  of 
Chester,  to  deliver  to  the  said  Roger  the  temporalities  of  the  bishopric  in 
the  county  of  Chester. 

Mandate  to  Roger  de  Swynnerton,  or  his  lieutenant  in  the  castle  of 
Eccleshale,  to  deliver  to  the  bishop  the  said  castle  which  belongs  to  the 
bishopric  and  is  in  his  custody  by  grant  of  the  king. 

Mandate  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  keeper,  during  voidance  of  the  see, 
of  the  bishopric,  with  the  exception  of  the  said  castle,  to  deliver  to  him  the 
temporalities  which  are  in  his  custody  of  the  king's  grant. 


March  25. 
Pontefract. 


MEMBRANE    20. 

Commission  to  Thomas  Lercedekne  and  Reginald  de  Botereux  to  select 
600  footmen  in  Cornwall  for  the  Scotch  expedition  and  to  conduct  them 
to  the  king  at  Newcastle  on  Tyne  by  the  octaves  of  Holy  Trinity. 
[Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  following  to  raise  men  in  the  counties  hereafter  specified, 
&c.  viz. — 

Martin  de  Fisshacre  and  Robert  Beudyn,  500  in  Devon,  excepting  the 
city  of  Exeter. 

Ralph  de  Gorges  and  John  do  Clyvedon,  2,000  in  Somerset  and 
Dorset,  excepting  the  towns  of  Bath  and  Bristol ;  500  of  whom  are 
to  be  armed,  and  the  remainder  as  below. 

Nicholas  de  Eyngeston  and  Walter  de  Pavely,  the  younger,  500, 
whereof  200  are  to  be  armed,  in  Wilts,  excepting  the  city  of  Salis- 
bury. 

John  de  Scures  and  Walter  Wodelok,  500  in  the  county  of  Southamp- 
ton, excepting  the  city  of  Winchester. 

Henry  Husy  and  Nicholas  Gentyl,  *500  in  Surrey  and  Sussex,  except- 
ing the  city  of  Cicestre. 

Ralph  Sauvage  and  Wilham  de  Orlaston,  1,000  in  Kent,  excepting  the 
cities  of  Canterbury  and  Rochester. 

Roger  de  Berners  and  William  de  Mamy,  700  in  Essex  and  Hertford, 
excepting  the  towns  of  Colecestre  and  St.  Albans. 

Emeric  la  Zousche  and  John  de  Hinton,  500  in  the  counties  of  Cam- 
bridge and  Huntingdon,  excepting  the  towns  of  Cambridge  and 
Huntingdon. 

John  Haward  and  John  de  Vaus,  2,000  in  Norfolk  and  Suffolk,  except- 
ing the  city  of  Norwich  and  the  town  of  St.  Edmunds. 

John  Morice  and  Richard  son  of  Ralph,  500  in  Bedford  and  Bucking- 
ham, excepting  the  town  of  Bedeford. 

Robert  de  Morby  and  Thomas  Spygumel,  500  in  Oxford  and  BerkSy 
excepting  the  towns  of  Oxford,  Abyndon  and  Redjng. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  2.  97 


•1090  Membrane  20 — conL 

John  de  Dene  and  William  le  Breton,  600  in  Northampton,  excepting 

the  town  of  Northampton. 
The  sheriff  of  Middlesex  and  Boger  de  Brok,  100  in  Middlesex. 
The  sheriff  and  William  Ridel,  600  in  Northumberland. 
The  sheriff  and  John  Hakelut,  100  in  Rutland. 
The  bishop  of  Durham  by  the  advice  of  William  Ridel,   1,000  in  his 

bishopric. 
John  de  Sutton,  Geoffrey  de  Sancto  Quintino,  Thomas  Ughtred  and 

John  de  Thomhill,  4,000  in  York,  excepting  the  parts  of  Richemund- 

shire  and  Cravene,  the  city  of  York  and  the  town  of  Beverley. 
Robert  Darcy,  Robert  Breton  and  Peter  Breton,  4,000  in  Lincoln, 

excepting  the  city  of  Lincoln  and  the  town  of  Stamford.     On 

6  May  following,  as  Robert  Breton  and  Peter  Breton  could  not 

attend  to  the  matter,  William  de  Isny  and  Simon  de  Lunderthorp 

were  appointed  in  their  places. 
John  Darcy,  the  nephew,  and  Roger  de  Sancto  Andrea,  1,000  in 

Nottingham,  excepting  the  towns  of  Nottingham  and  Newerk. 
Thomas  le  Rous  and  Richard  de  Eggebaston,  1,800  in  Leicester  and 

Warwick,  1,000  in  Leicester  and  800  in  Warwick,  excepting  the 

towns  of  Warwick,  Coventry  and  Leicester. 
William  de  Bello  Campo  and  Malcolm  Musard,  800  in  Worcester, 

excepting  the  city  of  Worcester. 
William  de  Wanton  and  Thomas  le  Botiller,  1,000  in  Gloucester, 

excepting  the  towns  of  Gloucester,  Bristol  and  Cirencester,  and  the 

forest  of  Dene. 
William  Athewy,  Philip  Joce  and  Reginald  de  Albenhale,  600  in  the 

forest  of  Dene. 
John  de  Swynnerton  and  John  de  la  Lee,  1,000  in  Salop,  excepting 

the  towns  of  Shrewsbury  and  Lodelowe.      [Farl.  Writs.] 

The  like  for  the  following  levies  to  be  conducted  to  Carlisle  : — 

Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  and  John  de  Hartcla,  8,000  in 
Cumberland  and  \Vestmoreland. 

Robert  de  Leybume  and  Richard  de  Hoghton,  8,000  in  Lancaster. 

Ranulph  son  of  Ralph,  John  Tempest  and  Robert  de  Waddesleye, 
2,000  in  Richemundshire  and  Cravene. 

William  de  Moston  and  William  Michel,  1,000  in  Derby  excepting  the 
town  of  Derby. 

Ralph  de  Grendon  and  Thomas  de  Halghton,  1000  in  Stafford  except- 
ing the  towns  of  Stafford  and  Lychefeld. 

Roger  deChaundos  and  John  Danyel,  1,000  in  Hereford  excepting  the 
city  of  Hereford  and  town  of  Leomynistre.      [Farl.  Writa.] 

Mandate  to  the  above  commissioners  that,  all  other  things  being  laid  aside, 
they  9«re  to  raise  the  said  footmen  and  array  them  in  twenties,  hundreds 
and  constabularies,  and  march  them  to  the  places  of  muster.    [Farl,  Writs.] 

ByK. 

April  4.  Mandate  to  the  justiciary  of  Ireland  to  raise  1 ,000  hobelers  and  6,000  f oot- 

Altofts.       men  armed  with  haketon,  basinet  and  gauntlets,  and  to  conduct  them  to 

Carlisle  by  the  octaves  of  Holy  Trinity.     [Farl.  WriUi.]  ByK. 

The  like  to  the  treasurer  to  be  attendant  upon  the  justiciary  herein,  and 
to  pay  out  of  the  issues  of  Lreland  for  the  wages  of  the  said  800  men  at 
arms  (sic)  1,000  hobelers  and  6,000  foot  from  the  time  they  shall  leave  Ireland. 

Afterwards  on  14  April  another  writ  was  addressed  to  the  Treasurer  in 
his  own  name,  to  wit.  Master  Walter  de  Istlep.  [Pari,  Writs.] 

24902  a 


98 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

April  9. 
Pontefract. 


Metnbraim  20 — cant. 

Commission  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  justice  of  Wales,  to  raise  the 
following  men  in  the  imder- mentioned  places,  viz. — 

The  shrievalties  of  Kardygan  and  Kaermerdyn  and  the  king's  lands  of 

Cantrehaghan  and  Cantrefmaur,  1,000. 
The  king's  lands  of  Euyaslacy  and  Euyasharald,  200. 
The  king's  lands  of  Ellesmere,  100. 
The  king's  lands  of  North   Wales,  viz.  Snowedon,  Angleseye  and 

Merionith,  2,000. 
The  county  of  Flynt  and  Rothelan  and  the  coutred  of  Englefeld,  600. 
All  to  be  at  Newcastle-upon-Tyne  by  the  said  date.     And  Griffin  ap  Res 
is  to  conduct  the  forces  from  North  Wales,  and  Rees  ap  Griffith,  king's 
yeoman,  those  from  South  Wales.     [Pari,  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  lord  of  the  lands  of  Kery  and 
Kedewy,  Clone,  Oswaldestre  and  Chirk,  to  select  in  Kery  and  Kedewy  200, 
in  Clone  and  Oswaldestre  200  and  in  Chirk  100  foot.      [Pari.  Wnts.] 

ByK. 
The  like  to  the  following  to  select  foot,  viz. — 
Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  lord  of  the  land  of  Melenyth,  800. 
John  de  Grey,  lord  of  Diffryncloyt,  200. 
Henry  de  Lancastre,  lord  of  the  lands  of  Kedewelli  and  Karwathlan, 

200. 
The  said  Henry,  lord  of  Monemuth,  100. 
Thomas,  earl  of  Norfolk,  marshal  of  England,  lord  of  Strogoyl  and 

Netherwent,  200. 
John  de  Hastynges,  lord  of  Bergeveny  and  Went,  800. 
Aymer  de  Valencia,   earl  of  Pembroke,  lord  of  Penbrokshire  and 

Haverford,  400. 
The  lady  of  Knoky[n] ,  60. 

The  lady  of  Audele  from  her  lands  in  the  Marches,  50. 
Robert  de  Monte  Alto,  lord  of  Estradelou  and  Hawardin,  100. 
John  de  Crumbwell,  lord  of  Hope,  50. 
The  queen's  bailiffs  of  Meillurseysenek,  100. 
Fulk  son  of  Warin,  lord  of  Whitinton,  100. 
William  la  Zousche,  of  Assheby,  lord  of  Evayl,  50.  [Pari.  Writs.] 

The  like  to  the  keepers  of  the  following  lands  : — 
Gower,  200. 

Morgannou  and  Glamorgan,  1,000. 
Breghenogh,  200. 
Powys,  500. 

Bromfeld  and  Yale,  400. 
Usk,  800. 

Dinbegh,  Rigweynok  and  Eeynmerych,  400. 
Buelt,  100. 
Penkethly,  Blenleveny  and  Brenthles,  400.  '        [Pari.  Writs.] 


MEMBRANE  19. 

April  6.  Commission,  after  recital  of  the  appointment  of  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl 

Altofts.  of  Carlisle,  as  warden  of  the  Marches  of  Scotland,  viz.  of  the  counties  of 
York,  Lancaster,  Cumberland,  Westmoreland  and  Northumberland,  of  John 
Bustard  and  Thomas  Fairfax  to  array  the  forces  of  the  wapentake  of  Aynsty, 
CO.  York,  who  are  to  march  under  the  command  of  the  earl ;  the  forces 
are  to  be  arrayed  in  scores,  hundreds  and  constabularies.         [Pari.  Writs.] 


16  EDWARD  II.— Pabt  2. 


99 


1322. 


Membrane  19 — cont. 

The  like  for  the  following  in  their  respective  wapentakes  and  liberties, 
viz. — 


Richard  de  Goldesburgh 
William  de  Aldefeld 

John  de  Bolton 
Richard  Fauvel 

Simon  de  la  Roche 
William  de  Ilketon 

William  de  Beeston 
John  Tylly 

John  de  Quemby 

John  de  Methelay  of  Thomhill 

Warin  Scargil 
John  de  Smytheton 

Edmund  Wastenays 
William  son  of  William 

John  de  Occlesthorp 
Thomas  de  Merston 

William  de  Burghbrigg 
Robert  de  Weston 

Roger  de  Nunwyk 
WUliam  de  Cliderhou 

Henry  de  Grandon 


Westbithyng. 

I   Clarow. 


i    Craven  and  Staynclif. 

1 


Shirak. 


I  Morley. 

I  Akbrigg. 

i-  Osgodcrosse  and  Stayncrosse. 

I  Strafford. 

I  Barkestone. 

^  The  town  and  liberty  of  Knares* 
S       burgh. 

I  The  town  and  liberty  of  Ripoun. 

The  town  And  liberty  of  TykhuU. 


ESTBITHYNO. 


l2)lJrt  k  Conestableof  Holdernessel  Holdemesse. 
Robert  leConestableofFlaynesburgh I  g^y^i^jii 


Roger  de  Somervill 

GeofiGrey  de  Sancto  Quintino 
John  de  Hasthorp 

John  Bygot 

John  de  Bikkethorp. 

Richard  Davereng 
John  de  Qemelseye 

Alexander  Cok 

John  le  Mercer 
John  Goldyng 

Nicholas  de  Portyngton 
William  de  Nicholas 


; 


The   wapentake   between  Ouse 
and  Derwent. 


I  Dykeryng. 
>  Bukcrosse. 

)  The  town  and  liberty  of  Rayene« 
f      shere* 

)   The  town  and  liberty  of  Sever- 
)       leye. 

I  The  town  and  liberty  of  Hou^en. 


100 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


AprU  18. 
Pontefract. 


April  12. 
Pontefract. 


[April]  19. 

Bothwell. 


April  21. 
Bothwell. 


April  14. 

Pontefract. 


Richard  de  la  Pole 
Richard  de  Gretford 


Membrane  19 — cont, 

\ 


The     town     and 
Eyngeston  upon  Hull. 


liberty     of 


Afterwards,  24  June,  Robert  de  Burton  was  substituted  for  Richard  de  la 
Pole. 


Robert  de  Creppyngg  * 


1 


The     towns     and   liberties    of 
Pokelinton  and  Eatton. 


Robert  de  Colevill 
Robert  Capoun 

Walter  de  Perzhaye 
Thomas  de  Bolton 

Thorny  de  la  Ryvere 
John  de  Thornton 

William  Darel 
Geoffrey  de  Upshale 

John  de  Wikham 


Robert  Wauweyn 

Thomas  de  la  Ryvere 

John  Waxand 
Thomas  Salkok 


NORTHTRITHYNG. 

i  Langbergh. 
\  Ridale. 


I  Buhn 


1 

( 
I 


ere. 


Bridford. 

The      town 
Whyteby. 

The     town 


and     liberty    of 


Scardeburgh. 


and     liberty    of 


The     town 
Byland. 

The     town 
Allerton. 


and     liberty    of 
and     liberty    of 


Afterwards,  on  8  May,  as  the  king  heard  that  the  Scots  were  preparing  to 
invade  the  realm,  the  above  persons  were  commanded  to  hasten  the  array 
and  arming.     {FarL  WritsJ]  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Hugh  de  Beurepeyr,  king's  serjeant,  charged  by  the 
steward  of  the  Household  and  keeper  of  the  Wardrobe  with  the  purveyance 
for  ready  money  of  hay,  oats  and  litter.  By  K. 

The  like  for  John  de  Carleford,  purveyor  of  necessaries  for  the  office  of 
the  chamber. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Robert  son  of  William  le 
Vavasour.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  following,  viz. — 
John  de  Beaurepeir,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wolvardynton. 

Robert  de  Grotton. 

The  prior  of  Merton. 

Robert  de  Tweng,  parson  of  the  church  of  Warton. 

William  de  Adgersle. 

Thomas  de  Staunton,  parson,  of  a  moiety  of  the  church  of  Derfeld. 

Simple  protection,  for  three  years,  for  Gilbert,  bishop  of  Enaghdun. 

William  Toller  of  Grimmesby. 
Gilbert  de  Humbersan  of  Lincoln. 


•    .•  •  •  •  • 


•  • 


16   EDWARD  II.— Part  2. 


101 


1322. 


April  28. 
Tadcaster. 


April  20. 
Rothwell. 


April  28. 
York. 

April  16. 
Pontefract 


April  16. 
Boihwell. 


April  26. 
Pontefract. 

April  14. 
Pontefract. 


April  20. 
Boihwell. 

April  26. 
BothwelL 


Membrane  19 — conL 

William  de  Spyneye  of  Homseburton  and  Richard  Spyneye. 
Robert  de  Foxton. 
Richard  Peytevyn. 

The  prior  of  Wroxston. 

John  de  Assheby. 

Master  John  de  Everdon,  parson  of  the  church  of  Mancestre. 

John  de  Engeland  of  North  Dalton,  John  son  of  Thomas,  John  son  of 

Richard,  William  son  of  James  and  John  son  of  William  de  North- 

dalton. 

John  atte  See  of  Ravenesrod. 

The  prior  of  Merton. 

The  prior  of  St.  Neots. 

Michael  de  Wath,  parson  of  the  church  of  Beford. 

Hervey  de  Staunton,  prebendary  of   Husthwayt,   in   the  church  of 

St.  Peter,  York. 
Robert  de  Notingham,  parson  of  the  church  of  Bebinton. 
William  de  Tweng. 
John  de  EUerker,  the  elder. 

Philip  de  Nevill.     By  the  keepers  of  the  seal  and  the  testimony  of 
Thomas  Wak. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok,  king's  clerk,  arch- 
deacon of  Middlesex,  to  Roger  Mauduyt,  of  his  rebellion  with  others  against 
the  king.  By  £• 

The  like  to  :— 
John  Beek.  By  K. 

William  le  filz  Warayn ;  at  the  request  of  Fulk  Lestraunge.        By  K. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  to  Peter  son 
of  Peter  de  Malo  Lacu  and  Margaret  his  wife,  for  acquiring  without  licence 
the  manors  of  Lokyngton,  Etton  and  Bramham,  co.  York,  and  the  advowson 
of  the  church  of  Lokyngton  from  Peter  de  Malo  Lacu,  the  elder,  who  held 
them  in  chief  ;  with  restitution  of  the  same.    By  p.s.  and  a  fine  of  i  mark. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  for  one  year  for  Thomas  Larcher,  prior  of 
the  Hospital  of  St.  John  of  Jerusalem  in  England. 

Protection  until  the  Holy  Trinity  for  Edmund  de  Medburn,  yeoman  of 
Robert  de  Wodehous,  king's  clerk,  keeper  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Nicholas, 
Pontefract,  and  other  servants  of  his,  whom  the  said  keeper  is  sending  to 
divers  places  in  the  counties  of  York,  Nottingham  and  Derby  to  seek  and 
challenge  the  animals  and  other  goods  of  the  hospital  removed  by  certain 
persons  daring  the  recent  rebellion. 

Mandate  to  the  justiciary,  chancellor,  treasurer  and  other  the  king's 
ministers  of  the  land  of  Ireland  to  permit  the  Exchequer,  Dublin,  and  the 
ministers  thereof  to  be  ruled  and  kept,  and  the  sheriffs  of  Lreland  to  be 
made,  in  accordance  with  the  form  and  ordinance  of  Edward  I. 

Grant  to  John  de  Eynardeseye,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of  Flixton,  in 
the  cathedral  church  of  Lichefeld,  in  the  Idng's  gift  by  reason  of  the 
voidance  of  the  see  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield.  By  E. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  R.  bishop  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield.        By  K. 

Adam  de  Evyonyd,  canon  of  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Bedkelert,  bringing 
news  of  the  death  of  Philip,  late  prior  of  that  place,  has  letters  for  the  sub- 
prior  and  convent  of  licence  to  elect.  *    By  p.s. 


102 


CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  BOLLS. 


1322. 

April  18. 
Bothwell. 

April  20. 
Bothwell. 


April  18. 
Boihwell. 


April  2a. 
Bothwell. 

April  20. 
Bothwell. 


Apnl  24. 
Bothwell. 


April  24. 
Bothwell. 


April  20. 
Bothwell. 


Membrane  19 — conU 

Safe-conduct  for  one  year  for  Adam  de  Eenyngeleye,  king's  merchant, 
trading  at  home  and  beyond  the  seas.  By  p.s. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Bobert  Squire  to  the  bailiwick  of  the 
forestership  of  the  '  Frith '  of  Leycestre  in  the  same  manner  as  others  have 
held  it.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Roger  Beler  to  deliver  it. 

Grant  to  Master  Stephen  de  Parys,  king's  clerk,  of  the  chapel  of 
St.  Cross,  Sudbury,  in  the  diocese  of  Norwich,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason 
of  the  lands,  late  of  the  purparty  of  Elizabeth,  sister  and  one  of  the  co-heirs 
of  Gilbert  de  Clare,  earl  of  Gloucester,  being  in  his  hands.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  sheriff  of  Suffolk  to  induct  the  said  Stephen. 

Safe-conduct,  for  one  month,  for  John  le  Smale,  clerk,  coming  to  the 
king. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Richard  de  Foxcote  and  Hubert  de  la  Chaumbre, 
appointed  to  arrest  Qeofhey  Dabetof  t  and  to  bring  him  to  the  king  with  the 
horses,  harness  and  other  goods  found  with  him.  By  K. 

The  like  for  Thomas  Deyvill,  constable  of  the  king's  castle  of  Pontefract 
to  arrest  John  de  Milford  and  Thomas  Goldyng  of  Pontefract,  and  to  keep 
them  in  prison  there  until  further  order. 

Mandate  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent, 
to  deliver  the  temporalities  of  the  abbey  of  Pollesworth  to  Matilda  de  Pipa, 
a  nun  of  that  house,  whose  election  as  abbess  has  been  confirmed.    By  p.s. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  house.  By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid  directed  to  the  sheriffs  of  the  counties  of  Southampton,  Dorset, 
Somerset,  Devon,  Cornwall  and  Gloucester,  for  Alexander  le  Convers,  king's 
clerk,  sent  to  take  measures  in  those  counties  for  the  naval  subsidy  for  the 
Scotch  expedition.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  the  said  sheriffs  to  give  credence  to  the  said  Alexander,  and 
to  accompany  him  to  the  towns  and  places  in  their  bailiwicks. 

William  de  Hereford,  canon  of  Shirebum,  bringing  news  of  the  cession  of 
Philip  de  Monte  Gomeri,  his  late  prior,  has  letters  for  the  sub-prior  and 
convent  of  licence  to  elect.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  the  barons  and  good  men  of  the  Cinque  Ports  to  be  prepared 
with  ships  {nacale  subsidinm)  and  men  at  arms  as  strongly  as  possible  to  go 
against  the  Flemish  and  otners  who  with  a  naval  power  are  assisting  the 
Scots  by  infesting  the  coast,  despoiling  the  king's  subjects,  sparing  no  man 
and  putting  innocent  persons  to  death  and  preventing  victuals  which  are 
intended  for  the  Scotch  expedition  from  coming  to  England,  whereby  it 
may  be  conjectured  that  when  the  king  is  engaged  against  the  Scots  they 
will  attack  him  in  the  rear.  By  E. 

The  like  to  the  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  the  towns  and  ports  in  various 
places  in  the  counties  of  Norfolk  and  Suffolk  after  taking  counsel  with  the 
bailiffs  and  men  of  the  town  of  Great  Yarmouth.  By  E. 

The  like  to  the  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  Great  Yarmouth. 


MEMBRANE    18. 

April  6.  Pardon  to  William  Courteys  for  his  adherence  to  Thomas,  sometime  earl 

Altofts*       of  Lancaster,  a  rebel.  By  p.s. 


Ik 


15  EDWASD  n.— Pabt  2. 


lod 


1S22. 


Membrane  18 — eonU 


April  12. 
Pontefract. 


March  28. 
Ponteltaot. 


April  17. 
Rothwell. 


April  28. 
Rotiiwell. 


The  like  for  the  following,  viz. — 
John  le  Barber 

William  le  Ferrour  of  Assheby 
John  de  Walecote 
Matthew  de  Aylmersthorp 
Bichard  de  Thwejtes 
William  de  Cloune 
Robert  de  Wilughby 
Henry  le  Ro 
Thomas  de  Swynnerton 
Henry  le  Barber 
Bichard  de  Bristou 


By  p.8» 


John  de  Melbum 
William  de  Ayssh* 
Simon  Stormy 
John  de  la  Panetrie 
Bichard  de  Goldale 
Adam  de  Wynkedeleye 
Bobert  Gentyl 
Master  John  de  Forneys 
John  de  Hontindon 
John  de  Yoxhale. 


Grant  to  Bobert  Darcy,  John  his  brother,  and  John  Darcy  *  le  cosyn,'  at 
their  reqoest  of  Philip  Darcy  and  Norman  I)arcy,  rebels,  prisoners  at  York, 
to  be  delivered  or  otherwise  at  their  will,  saving  to  the  king  the 
escheat  and  forfeitore  of  all  lands  and  goods  of  the  said  Philip  and 
Nicholas  («c).  By  K. 

Presentation  of  Peter  de  Wormynton  to  the  vicarage  of  the  chorch  of 
Sevemestoke,  in  the  diocese  of  Worcester,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of 
the  lands  late  of  Boger  de  Clifford,  a  rebel,  deceased,  being  in  his  hands. 

ByK. 

Appointment,  doring  pleasore,  of  Simon  de  Balderston  and  Henry  de 
Athelardestre  to  aodit  the  accoonts  of  all  present  or  past  receivers,  bailiffs 
and  keepers  of  the  lands  and  goods,  late  of  Thomas,  sometime  earl  of 
Lancaster,  and  other  rebels  on  this  side  Trent,  and  of  the  lands  of  Brom- 
feld,  Yale  and  Dynbegh  in  Wales,  which  are  or  may  fall  into  the  king's 
hands  by  forfeitore.  By  E. 

Writ  of  aid  ontil  Christmas,  for  Simon  Constantyn,  serjeant  of  qoeen 
Isabella,  charged  by  the  steward  of  her  hoosehold  and  the  keeper  of  her 
wardrobe  to  make  porveyances  for  the  office  of  her  pantry  and  bottery. 

By  p.s. 

The  like  for  the  following  sergeants  of  the  qoeen,  as  porveyors,  viz. : — 

Boger  Pate,  for  the  office  of  the  baker  of  her  hoosehold. 


Balph  de  Wendovre 
John  de  Wysebergh 

John  Cosyn 
John  Draper 

John  Cortoys 
Hogh  de  Lyncestre 

Master  John  de  la  March 
Adam  do  Chastel 

William  de  Brideport 
John  Bossel 

William  de  Eenyngton 
Bobert  Tipetoft 
Bobert  de  Deohirst 

John  de  Astwyk 
John  de  Bory 


for  that  of  the  great  kitchen 
of  her  hoosehold. 


} 

I  for  that  of  her  pooltry. 
[  for  that  of  her  scollery. 
for  that  of  her  saocery. 

} 


for    that    of 
chamber. 


her    hall    and 


1 


for  that  of  the  Marshalsea  of 
her  hoosehold. 

for  the  lodging  of  the  qoeen's 
hoosehold  and  horses. 


104 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 
April  19. 

Bothwell. 

April  19. 
Rothwell. 


April  20. 
Bothwell. 


April  20. 
Bothwell. 


AprU  22. 
Bothwell. 

April  22. 
Bothwell. 

April  26. 

Bothwell. 


AprU  22. 
Bothwell. 


April  28. 
Bothwell. 

April  22. 
Bothwell. 

May  1. 

York. 

May  10. 

York. 

April  22. 
Bothwell. 

May  12. 

York. 

AprU  22. 
Bothwell. 


-,  Membrane  18 — cant. 

Pardon  to  Oillard  de  WeUe,  late  an  adherent  of  Roger  Damory,  a  rebel. 

By  p.s. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  priory  of  St.  Neots  for 
Clement  de  Sancto  Stephano,  a  monk  of  that  house,  preferred  to  be  prior 
thereof  by  the  abbot  of  Bee  Helluin,  whereof  the  said  priory  is  a  cell. 
The  advowson  of  the  priory  was  of  the  inheritance  of  Gilbert  de  Clare, 
sometime  earl  of  Gloucester  and  Hertford,  and  by  reason  of  the  purparty 
of  Hugh  Daudele,  the  younger,  and  Margaret  his  wife,  one  of  the  sisters 
and  co-heiresses  of  the  said  earl,  being  in  the  king's  hands,  the  abbot  had 
presented  the  said  Clement  to  the  king.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln. 

Mandate  to  the  bailiflfs  and  good  men  of  the  town  of  Great  Yarmouth, 
together  with  others  from  the  ports  of  Norfolk  and  Suffolk,  to  provide  ships 
and  men  at  arms  to  set  out  against  the  Flemings  and  others,  who  having 
assembled  on  the  sea  coast  of  England  foUow  and  plunder  ships  of  the 
king's  subjects,  and  prevent  the  conveyance  of  victuals  for  the  expedition  to 
Scotland.  By  K. 

Vacated  because  otherwise  on  the  Close  Roll, 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Raymond  Merkades  of 
Penne  in  the  Agenais,  king's  merchant,  who,  by  Stephen  Casteyn  and 
Stephen  de  Leger  and  other  his  servants,  is  conveying  wines,  armour  and 
victuals  to  the  northern  parts  of  the  realm  in  ships  for  the  sustenance  of 
the  king  and  his  lieges,  the  said  Raymond  having  found  surety  in  the 
Chancery  not  to  take  the  same  elsewhere  than  to  the  north,  and  not  to 
conmiunicate  with  the  Scots,  or  the  Flemings. 

Pardon  to  Master  Richard  de  Eule,  an  adherent  of  John  Giffard  and 
others  rebels.  By  K. 

The  like  to  John  de  Polton,  an  adherent  of  Roger  Damory  and  other 
rebels. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Robert  de  Michedevre,  king's  yeoman,  and  John  de 
Wateby,  clerk,  appointed  to  search  and  view  aU  the  charters,  writings  and 
muniments  in  the  castle  of  Skipton  in  Cravene  affecting  Roger  de  Clifford 
and  others,  and  to  certify  the  king  of  the  tenor  thereof.  By  £. 

Pardon  to  Ralph  Golafre,  a  contrariant,  an  adherent  of  Thomas,  earl  of 
Lancaster,  a  rebel,  saving  to  the  king  the  escheat  and  forfeiture  of  the 
lands  and  goods  of  the  said  Ralph.  By  p.s. 


The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  contrariants,  viz. — 
Thomas  de  Fen  ton. 

William  de  London,  chaplain. 

Robert  Broun  of  Penylton. 

William  de  Lynford. 

Henry  de  Kerdif. 


By  p.s. 
By  p.s. 
ByK. 
By  p.s. 
By  p.s. 


Stephen  de  Fraunketon. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  Baldok. 


Stephen  de  Bassygboum. 
John  atte  WodhaUe. 


By  p.s. 
By  p.s. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Part  2. 


105 


1322. 

May  12. 

York. 

May  la 
York. 


May  18. 
York. 

May  20. 

York. 

AprU  22. 
Boihwell. 


May  2. 

York. 


April  20. 
Kothwell. 


May  2. 

York. 


May  12. 

York. 


Membrane  18 — cont. 
John  de  Leyburn.    By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  B.  de  Baldok. 


Richard  de  Wodecote. 

Thomas  de  Belhous. 

Robert  de  Saham  of  Walsyngham. 

Clement  de  Alswyk. 

John  de  Heghham. 
Philip  de  Baryngton. 


By  p.s. 
By  p.s. 
By  p.s. 
By  p.s. 

By  p.s. 
By  p.s. 


Writ  of  aid  for  J.  Inge,  sheriff  of  the  land  of  Glommorgan,  appointed  to 
arrest  Meuric  Cammoys,  William  de  Demeford,  John  Beneyt,  John  de  la 
More,  and  Seisil  ap  Yereward,  and  to  take  them  to  the  said  land  and  keep 
them  in  prison  there  until  further  order.  By  K. 

Acknowledgment  that  the  king  is  bound  to  Robert  Person,  citizen  and 
skinner  of  London,  in  400Z.  delivered  by  him  into  the  treasury  by  the 
hands  of  Walter  de  Norwico,  keeper  of  the  office  of  the  treasurer  and 
chamberlains,  with  promise  of  repayment  of  the  same  out  of  the  issues 
of  the  custom  of  wool,  hides  and  wool  fells  in  the  port  of  London,  or  out  of 
the  treasury  by  All  Saints  next. 

By  E.  on  the  information  and  by  bill  of  the  said  Walter. 

Safe-conduct,  until  Midsummer,  for  Henry  de  Cawode,  *  poleter,*  servant 
of  William  de  Ayremynne,  king's  clerk,  one  of  the  keepers  of  the  Great 
Seal,  and  keeping  the  household  for  the  clerks  of  the  Chancery,  whom  the 
said  William  is  sending  to  purvey  poultry  for  the  said  household. 

Grant,  during  pleasure,  to  John  de  Flecton,  chaplain,  of  the  custody  of 
the  hospital  of  St.  Margaret  without  Huntyngdon,  late  of  Robert  de  Brus, 
a  rebel,  and  in  the  king's  hands  by  forfeiture:  on  condition  that  he 
maintain  the  due  and  accustomed  alms. 

John  de  Eygnesham  and  Hugh  de  Moerdyngg,  monks  of  Abyndon, 
bringing  news  of  the  death  of  John  de  Sutton,  their  late  abbot,  have  letters 
of  licence  to  elect  for  the  prior  and  convent  thereof.  By  E. 


April  28. 
York. 


May  1. 

York. 


MEMBRANE  17. 

Protection  with  clause  nohimus  for  one  year  for  Robert  de  Gliderhou, 
parson  of  the  church  of  Wygan.  By  E. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned  persons,  viz.: — 

Stephen  de  Claro  Monte,  parson  of  the  church  of  Bynteworth. 

The  abbot  of  Pippewell. 

William  de  Bynbrok,  merchant. 

John  de  Staunton,  clerk. 

Peter  de  Lodyngton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Roxby. 

Richard  de  Amcotes,  parson  of  the  church  of  Scalleby. 

Master  John  de  Eemetby,  parson  of  the  church  of  Sprotle. 

The  abbot  of  Salleye. 

Adam  de  Lymbergh,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service. 

The  prior  of  Belvoir. 

The  prior  (sic)  of  Henes. 


106  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322.  Membrane  17 — cont. 

May  5.  The  prior  of  Bredon. 

Y®'^'  John  de  Cauntebrigg,  parson  of  the  church  of  Whitewyk. 

John  de  Hemmyngburgh,  parson  of  the  church  of  St.  Wilfrid,  York, 

and  Thomas  his  brother. 
William  de  Ergum. 
William  son  of  William  de  Erghum. 
Thomas  Wake. 
The  prior  of  Willisford. 
Edmund  de  Assheby,  constantly  attendant  upon  the  king's  affairs. 

ByK. 
Adam  Deyvill,  parson  of  the  church  of  Sadyngton. 
James  de  Henle,  parson  of  the  church  of  Bosse. 
The  abbot  of  Merevale. 
The  prior  of  Bomburgh. 
Bobert  de  Donebrugg. 
The  prior  of  St.  Oswald's,  Nostel. 

William  de  Spanby,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wyloughby. 
Geoffrey  le  Scrop  for  himself  and  his  tenants  of  Brackene. 
William  de  Henmiyngford,  parson  of  the  church  of  Brenketon,  and 

prebendary  of  Northmunkham  {sic). 
Stephen  le  White  of  Beverley. 
Bobert  Bussel. 
John  de  Belewe. 
Richard  de  Bemers. 
The  prior  of  Spaldyng. 
John  de  Donyngton,  chaplain. 

William  de  Langeleye,  parson  of  the  church  of  Acastre  Malbys. 
John  de  Haudlo. 
William  de  Melebum,  clerk. 
Thomas  Pert  of  Priddesall. 

Nicholas  de  Redyng,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wadington. 
Nicholas  de  Shepeye,  parson  of  the  church  of  Rolleston. 
Geoffrey  de  Villers,  parson  of  the  church  of  Raundes. 
Master  Hugh  de  Stathem,  dean  of  Gloucester. 
The  prior  of  St.  Mary  Magdalene,  Goldeclyve. 
Peter  Russel,  parson  of  the  church  of  Etton. 
Robert  le  Vavassour. 
Henry  de  Malton. 
The  abbot  of  Fountains. 

Geoffirey  de  Byngham.         By  £.  on  the  information  of  J.  de  Weston. 
John  de  Leka. 

May  12.  Robert  de  Eton.  By  K.  on  the  information  of  R.  de  Baldok. 

York.  Stephen  de  Fraunketon. 


William  de  Sontford. 

Richard  Stiry. 

The  abbot  of  Barlynges. 

The  abbot  of  Waltham  Holy  Gross. 

William  son  of  Warin  de  Wilteshire. 

John  de  Hanvill. 

Griffin  de  la  Lee* 

Thomas  Wake. 
Gilbert  de  Haukew.  .  .  • 
The  prior  of  Tynemuth. 
The  abbot  of  Groxton. 
The  abbot  of  Thornton. 


On  the  like  information* 


On  the  like  information. 


16  EDWAED  n.— Part  2.  107 


2322  Membrane  17 — eont. 

May  6.  Fulk  le  Straunge,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service,  has  letters 

York.       nominating  John  du  Lee  and  William  Datton  his  attorneys  for  three  years. 

May  1.  Licence  for  John  son  of  William  de  Erleye  to  grant  to  Thomas  de 

York.  Saonford  and  Joan  his  wife  and  the  heirs  of  Thomas  two  parts  of  a 
messuage,  of  65.  9^(2.  of  rent,  of  a  moiety  of  a  coracate  of  land,  and  two 
parts  of  1  lb.  of  cumin,  and  of  1}  lbs.  of  pepper,  in  Estcosham  by 
Wymerynge,  held  in  chief ;  and  his  reversion  in  the  remaining  third  part 
thereof,  after  the  death  of  Matilda,  late  the  wife  of  William  de  Erleye, 
which  she  holds  in  dower  of  his  inheritance.  By  fine  of  i  mark. 

May  8.  Safe  conduct  for  Ralph  de  Warham,  merchant  of  Aymer  de  Valencia, 

York.  earl  of  Pembroke,  whom  the  carl  is  sending  with  a  ship  called  La  Garlaund 
of  Holm  to  the  south  of  the  realm  and  to  foreign  parts  to  buy  com  and 
other  goods  and  to  bring  the  same  to  the  earl  in  the  north  or  elsewhere. 

May  1.  Pardon  to  John  le  Oblier,  an  adherent  of  Thomas,  sometime  earl  of  Lan- 

York.        caster,  a  rebel.  By  £.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

May  4.  Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  John  de  Bek  to  the  custody  of  all  the 

York.        lands  and  goods  therein  formerly  held  by  him  in  the  county  of  Lincoln, 

which  as  an  escheat  for  his  rebellion  came  into  the  king's  hands,  together 

with  the  issues  thereof  since  their  caption,  by  indenture  to  be  made  thereof. 

ByK. 

Mandate  to  Robert  de  Haulegh  to  deliver  the  same,  which  are  in  his 

custody,  to  the  said  John  by  indenture ;  the  second  part  of  such  indenture  he 

is  to  deliver  in  the  Wardrobe.  By  K. 

May  4.  Grant,  for  life,  to  Geoffrey  le  Scrop,  king's  yeoman  and  Serjeant,  of  the 

York.        manor  and  town  of  Brackene,  co.  York,  late  of  Henry  Tyeis,  a  rebel,  in  the 

king's  hands  as  an  escheat.  By  E. 

May  4.  Safe  conduct  for  one  year  for  the  men  whom  Siglavus  Susse,  king's  mer- 

York.        chant,  burgess  of  Lenn,  is  sending  with  two  ships,  one  called  la  Margarete 

and  the  other  la  Crazenbery^  to  the  south  to  buy  com  and  victuals  and  to 

bring  them  to  the  north  to  the  king.  By  K. 

Protection,  with  clause  nolunuis  for  two  years,  for  the  men  whom  the 
abbot  of  Holmcoltran  is  sending  with  his  ships  to  buy  corn  and  other 
victuals  for  the  maintenance  of  his  house. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned,  viz. —  = 
The  abbot  of  Fumeux. 
The  prior  of  Kirmel. 

May  6.  Presentation  of  Master  Roger  de  Clisseby  to  the  church  of  Arkeseye,  in 

York.        the  diocese  of  Y^ork,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the  land 

and  heir  of  Payn  Tybetot,  tenant  in  chief.  By  E. 

May  6.  The  like  of  Peter  de  Pulford  to  the  church  of  Bradenache,  in   the 

York.        diocese  of  Exeter,  in  the  king's  gift,  by  reason  of  the  lands  of  Hugh 

Daudele,  the  younger,  being  in  his  hands.  By  p.s. 

May  6.  General  pardon  to  Stephen  Alard  of  Wynclelse  for  all  offences  conunitied 

York.        on  land,  or  sea.  By  E. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned,  viz. — 
Robert  Alard  of  Wvnchelse. 
Robert  Batayle  of  Wynchelse. 


108 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

May  5. 

York. 


May  7. 
York. 


May  7. 
York. 

May  5. 
York. 


May  9. 
York. 


May  10. 
York. 


May  12. 
York. 


Membrane  17 — cont, 

Orant,  for  life,  to  William  de  Aune,  for  his  good  service  at  Tykhull, 
when  the  castle  was  besieged  by  the  king's  enemies  and  rebels,  in  order 
that  he  may  better  maintain  his  estate  as  a  knight,  which  the  king  has 
bestowed  upon  him,  of  the  manor  of  Lee,  co.  Lincoln,  with  its  hamlets  and 
appurtenances,  excepting  a  third  part  of  two  parts  thereof,  which  manor 
was  late  of  John  de  Trehampton,  a  rebel,  and  as  an  escheat  came  into  the 
king's  hands ;  and  of  the  reversion  of  the  said  third  part,  which  is  held  by 
Philip  de  Nevill  and  Agnes  his  wife  in  dower,  after  the  death  of  the  said 
Agnes ;  he  is  to  hold  the  said  manor  as  of  the  value  of  the  501.  a  year 
which  the  king  lately  granted  him  of  his  gift,  and  if  the  said  manor  and 
hamlets  shall  exceed  that  value  by  an  extent  to  be  made  thereof,  then 
the  said  William  de  Aune  shall  pay  such  excess  at  the  Exchequer.     By  E. 

Commission  to  John  de  Donestable  and  John  de  Eyngeston  to  audit  and 
receive  in  the  king's  name  the  accounts  of  bailiffs,  reeves  and  other 
ministers  and  keepers  of  the  lands,  late  of  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  elder, 
and  of  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  in  England  and  Wales,  and  to 
grant  acquittances  and  do  other  things  that  are  required.  By  p.s. 

Presentation  of  William  de  Langeford,  to  the  church  of  Buckeby  in  the 
diocese  of  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  late  of  Thomas, 
earl  of  Lancaster,  being  in  his  hands. 

The  like  of  Hugh  Bouzi  to  the  church  of  Couden,  in  the  diocese  of 
Rochester.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  Roger  de  Waltham. 

Pardon  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  St.  Etheldreda's,  Ely,  for  acquiring 
in  mortmain  without  licence  the  following  lands  in  Steucheworthe,  viz. 
10  acres  from  Adam  de  Wesenham,  80  acres  from  James  de  Clepton,  and 
1  acre  from  John  le  Tomour,  also  a  messuage  in  Reche  from  Alan  Algar, 
and  another  in  the  same  place  from  Matthew  de  Bassyngbum,  with  restitu- 
tion of  the  same,  as  it  appears  by  inquisition  made  by  Master  John 
Walewayn,  escheator  beyond  Trent,  that  the  lands  and  messuages  are  of 
the  value  of  245.  a  year ;  the  said  prior  and  convent  may  hold  the  same  in 
part  satisfaction  of  a  licence,  4  May,  2  Edward  I,  to  acquire  in  mortmain 
land  and  rent  to  the  value  of  40Z.  a  year. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Richard  de  Rodeneye  and  Roger  Beler,  appointed  to  audit 
the  accounts  of  all  the  sheriffs  of  the  realm  and  other  keepers  of  the  lands 
and  goods,  late  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  and  of  other  contrariants, 
since  the  same  came  into  the  king's  hands,  and  have  been  in  the  custody 
of  such  sheriffs  and  keepers.  By  E. 

R.  bishop-elect  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has 
letters  nominating  Stephen  le  Blount  and  John  Lay  of  Peterborough,  his 
attorneys  for  one  year. 

Protection,  with  clause  volumus,  for  one  year  for  Fulk  Lestraunge,  going 
to  Gascony  on  the  king's  service. 

Protection,  with  clause  nolumns,  for  one  year  for  John  de  Cherleton, 
mayor  of  the  staple  of  wool  and  wool-fells. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  persons,  viz. — 

JohS  de  LeybSSi.  }  ^^  ^'  °°  *^^  information  of  R.  de  Baldok. 

John  de  Triple. 


15  EDWARD  II.— Pabt  2.  109 


1322. 


Membrane  VJ-^^-conU 


Master  Richard  de  Cestre,  prebendary  of  Geveldale  and  Popelton 
in  the  church  of  St.  Peter,  York,  and  parson  of  the  church  of 
Gampeden. 

John  Hakelut,  parson  of  the  first  portion  of  the  church  of  Byseleye. 

The  abbot  of  Foumeys. 

Thomas  de  Stowe,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wetheringesete. 

John  de  Maners. 

Bichard  Dobyn,  parson  of  the  church  of  Boterley. 


MEMBRANE    16. 

April  20.  Protection,  with  clause  nolumxis,  for  one  year  for  Nicholas  Arschyk, 
Bothwell.  merchant,  and  his  men,  going  with  a  ship  to  the  southern  parts  of  the 
realm  to  buy  corn  and  victuals  and  to  convey  the  same  to  York  and  the 
town  of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne,  and  other  parts  in  the  North ;  he  having 
found  surety  in  the  Chancery  that  he  will  not  take  such  provisions  else- 
where, and  that  he  will  not  communicate  with  the  Scots  or  the  Flemings. 

The  like  for  the  following  persons,  viz. — 
Bobert  de  Beppes  of  Lenne,  and  John  de  Vilers. 
William  Austyn  of  Catteworth. 
Peter  de  Chelwra  of  Houeden,  and  Thomas  son  of  Qeo£frey  de  Barton. 

April  25.  Peter  Hemmyng  of  Waynflet. 

Bothwell.  John  Frere  of  Blakeneye. 

John  de  London  of  Barton  upon  Humber  and  William  son  of  Adam. 

John  de  Haliwell. 

Henry  de  Crul  of  Barton  upon  Humbre. 

William  de  Ebor[aco]  of  Kyngeston. 

Geoffrey  *  off  Whytyn '  of  Barton,  merchant. 

Thomas  de  Crull  and  William  son  of  Matilda  de  Swynflet. 

Thomas  de  Yafford  of  Kyngeston  upon  Hull. 

April  28.  Bobert  Spark  of  Hunstanton,  merchant. 

York.  Michael  Mynyot. 

Gregory  de  Fulham  and  Thomas  de  Havering.  By  K. 

Bobert  de  Musgrave  of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne.  By  K. 

William  Litelbod  and  Alan  his  son,  [burgesses  of]  Cantebrigg  with 

their  two  ships,  one  called  la  Mujhel  and  the  other  le  Peter, 
John  de  Sledemere,  John  de  Goushull,  William  Scoule  and  Boger  de 

Sutheryn. 
William  [son  of]  Beatrice  de  Swynflet. 
Frankesius,  burgess  of  Bavenserodde. 
John  de  Sledmere  and  John  de  Goushull. 
John  son  of  Peter  do  Staynford,  merchant. 
Walter  White,  burgess  of  Bavenesrod. 

May  4.  Bichard  de  Ardern,  citizen  of  London. 

York.  Andrew  de  Bossale  and  John  de  Colne,  citizens  of  York. 

Thomas  de  Waghen  of  Beverley  and  Adam  Hardlef  of  Beverley. 
Walter  le  Skynner,  merchant  of  Swynflet. 
Bobert  Pycok  of  Carleton  by  Snavth. 
Walter  le  Steller  of  Pawelflet. 
Bobert  Chaunterel  of  Thorn. 

Bichard  de  Ely  and  John  Davayn^  merchants. 


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Membrane  16 — cont. 


Henry  Wynseleu,  merchant  of  Blakeneye. 

John  le  Blount  de  Cantebrig  of  Lenne,  merchant. 

Ralph  de  Burgoyne,  merchant. 

William  Ullyng  and  John  de  Ebor[aco]  of  Pawelflet. 

Peter  Raven  of  Whytesleye,  merchant. 

Robert  Shout  of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne.  By  E. 

William  Toral  and  William  de  Atton.  By  K. 

Robert  Shaffeld  of  Boterwyk.  By  K. 

Robert  de  HaliweU.  By  K. 

Walter    Helleward,    Hugh  le  Tavemer  and  Robert    de    Upsale    of 

Eyngeston  upon  Hull. 
Robert  le  Mouner  of  Barton  upon  Humbre.  By  E. 

Robert  Crake  of  Belton.  By  E. 

WiUiam  Crake  of  Belton.  By  E. 

Walter  Helleward,   Hugh  le  Tavemer  and    Robert    de    Upsale    of 

Eyngeston. 
Oeoffirey  de  Fademore  of  Oomcestre.  By  E. 

William  de  Fulham,  merchant.  By  E. 

Ralph  de  Grymmesby,  \ 

Adiun  de  Drax,  [   of  Barton  upon  Humbre. 

Walter  BeUe,  f  By  E. 

John  de  Goushull,  j  By  E. 

William  de  Ellerker  of  Waynflete. 

Thomas  Murre  of  Barton  upon  Humbre.  By  E. 

Hugh  de  Ranewy  of  Ravenesere. 
William  Wyffyn  of  Feryby,  merchant. 
John  de  Ledes»  merchant. 
Peter  son  of  Robert  de  Holebech,  merchant. 
Thomas  Whytyn  of  Barton,  merchant. 
Henry  Yrewys  of  Selby. 
William  de  Feryby  of  Selby. 
Eustace  Etelof. 

Nicholas  Coupere  of  Hull,  merchant. 
William  de  Friskeneye,  merchant  of  Wayneflet. 

May  6.  Robert  de  Crulle  and  William  Shortnek. 

|Tork.]  Thomas  de  Rednesse  and  Walter  de  Pontefracto,  merchants. 

Robert  Cokerel,  burgess  of  the  town  of  Bishop's  Lenne. 

Simon  de  Tid  of  Lenne,  merchant. 

Matthew  de  Chauncewyk  and  Henry  de    Wighton,   merchants   of 
Beverley. 

April  26.         The  dean  and  chapter  of  the  church  of  Rouen,  staying  beyond  the  seas, 
Bothwell      have  letters  nominating  John  de  Valle  and  John  de  Sta^y  their  attorneys 
in  England  for  two  years. 

April  28.         Ingelram  de  Gynes  and  Gristiana  his  wife,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  have 
York.        letters  nominating  John  de  Cauncefeld  and  Adam  de  Burton  their  attorneys 
in  England  for  two  years. 

The  abbot  of  S6ez,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating 
Andrew  de  Seileyo,  his  fellow  monk,  and  Peter  de  Bray  his  attorneys  in 
England  for  one  year. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumm  for  one  year  for  Peter  de  Askeme,  parson 
of  the  church  of  Wylmursleye  {sic). 

The  like  for  Robert  de  Cliderhou,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wygan 
Underwode. 


16   EDWARD   II.— Part  2.  Ill 


1QOO  Membrane  16 — cant, 

• 

April  28.  The  like  for  one  year  for  Simon  Hugot,  Thomas  Alanayn,  Andrew  Uugot 
Bothwell.  and  Bernard  de  Mokereuth  of  Picardy,  king's  merchants,  bringing  wines, 
armour  and  victuals  in  their  ships  from  beyond  the  seas  to  the  r^m  for 
the  maintenance  of  the  king  and  his  subjects  in  the  North,  they  having 
found  security  in  the  Chancery  that  they  will  not  take  the  same  elsewhere 
or  communicate  with  the  Scots  or  Flemings. 

By  mainprize  of  Richard  Tolles  of  York  and  John  Ameys. 

April  29.        Pardon  to  Thomas  de  Alwarthorp  of  York,  clerk,  for  acquiring  for  life 

York.        without  licence  from  Robert  de  Percy,  who  holds  the  manor  of  Wharrum 

Percy  in  chief,  lOL  of  rent  issuing  therefrom,  which  rent  was  taken  into 

the  king's  hands  by  Thomas  de  Burgo,  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side 

Trent ;  with  restitution  of  the  same.  By  fine  of  iOs. 

April  28.         Gaillard    de   Duro  Forti,  prebendary  of  Wetewang  in  the  church  of 
York.        St.  Peter,  York,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating  William 
de  Bello  Podio  and  Raymond  Pelegrini  his  attorneys  for  two  years. 

May  1.  Adam  de  Lymbergh,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service,  has 

York.  letters  nominating  William  de  Brockesle  and  William  de  Halton  his 
attorneys  for  four  years.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  for  one  year  for  the  said  Adam. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

May  4.  The  like  for  Master  Roger  de  Northburgh,  clerk,  bishop  elect  and  con- 

York,  firmed  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's 
service.  By  K.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

Safe  conduct  for  the  said  bishop  elect.        By  K.  on  the  like  information. 

May  8.  All  merchant  vintners,  native  and  alien,  in  the  town  of  Boston  and 

York.         adjoining  parts,  are  to  give  credence  to  Robert  de  Wodehous,  king's  clerk, 

whom  the  king  has  commanded  to  obtain  wine  from  them  for  the  Scotch 

expedition.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

May  5.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  John  de  Sutton,  parson  of  the 

York.  church  of  Baketon,  and  William  de  Culpho,  parson  of  the  church  of 
Stotton,  of  the  manor  of  Redham,  co.  Norfolk,  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 
St.  Benet,  Hulme,  for  them  to  find  a  secular  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine 
service  daily  for  the  soul  of  John,  bishop  of  Norwich,  and  to  pay  to  cer- 
tain chaplains  celebrating  divine  service  daily  in  the  said  bishop's  chapel 
of  St.  John  at  Norwich,  20  marks  a  year,  and  also  to  pay  the  maister  and 
brethren  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Giles,  Norwich,  2  marks,  and  to  the  convent 
of  the  said  abbey  and  their  successors  for  performing  the  anniversary  of  the 
said  bishop,  2  marks  a  year.  By  E. 

May  7.  Mandate  to  the  barons  and  good  men  of  the  Cinque  Ports    to  prepare 

York.  ships  and  men  at  arms  ready  to  set  out,  when  called  upon,  against  the 
Flemings  and  others,  who  are  infesting  the  coast,  plundering  ships  and 
preventing  the  conveyance  of  victuals,  and  who,  as  allies  of  the  Scots,  may 
attack  the  king  from  the  rear  when  he  is  engaged  in  the  Scotch  expedition; 
the  king  has  written  to  the  count  of  Flanders  upon  this  subject.   [Fadera,] 

ByK. 

May  7.  Writ  of  aid  for  John  de  Gryndenham,  appointed  to  arrest   John  de 

York,         Kynges  [ton],  knight,  a  rebel.  By  E. 

May  8.  The  like  for  one  year  for  John  Mewe,  king's  serjeant,  whom  the  king 

York.         ig  sending  to  provide  carriage  for  divers  purveyances  belonging   to  the 

Great  Wardrobe.  By  E. 


112  CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Membrane  16 — cont. 


Presentation  of  Thomas  de  Knolle  to  the  church  of  Ponndestok,  in  the 
diocese  of  Exeter,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  and  tenements 
of  Oto  de  Bodrugan  being  in  his  hands. 

May  4.  Writ   of  aid  for  William  Aylmer,  appointed  to  keep  and  survey  the 

York.  wainage  and  stock  of  the  manors  of  Teukesbury,  Asshechur[ch] ,  Stoke, 
Thornbury,  Sobbury,  Oxendon,  Leykhampton  and  Elkeston,  co.  Gloucester, 
Shepton  and  Bureford,  co.  Oxford,  and  Hanlegh,  Besselegh,  Sevemestok, 
and  Birlingham,  and  the  chace  of  Malverne,  co.  Worcester,  and  to  make 
arrangements  therein  for  the  king's  advantage.  By  E. 

May  10.         Adam  de  Napton,  merchant,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating 
York.        Roger  de  Kenleye,  his  attorney  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

May  9.  Appointment  during  pleasure  of  W.  bi^op  of  Exeter  to  the  office  of 

York.         treasurer  of  the  Exchequer.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  Walter  de  Norwico,  keeper  of  the  said  office,  to  deliver  to 
him  the  keys,  rolls,  memoranda  and  other  things  pertaining  thereto. 

May  14.  Signification  to  H.  bishop  of  Hereford  of  the  royal  assent  to  the  election 

York.         of  Hugh  de  Hereford,  a  canon  of  Chirbury,  to  be  prior  of  that  house.  By  K. 

May  11.  Pardon  to  Alan  de  Neuton   for  acquiring  in  fee,   without  licence,  a 

York.        messuage  and  9  acres  of  land  in  Hoton,  co.  Cumberland,  from  Thomas  de 

Docwra,  who  held  the  same  in  chief.  By  fine  of  1  mark. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Matthew  Broun,  appointed  to  arrest  John  Pedwardyn,  the 
younger.  By  K. 


MEMBRANE    16. 

May  10.  Release  to  Oliver  de  Burdegala,  king's  yoeman,  of  what  is  exacted  from 

York.         ijim  ^Jy  summons  of  the  Exchequer  for  the  lands  he  holds  for  life  by  grant 

of  the  king  in  the  town  of  Old  Wyndesore  ;  and  grant  that  he  henceforth 

hold  the  same  quit  of  any  rent.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  treasurer  and  barons  of  the  Exchequer. 

Vacated  because  surrendered  and  catKelled  and  otherwise  below. 

May  14,  Presentation  of  Thomas  de  Hothum  to  the  church  of  Broghton  Asteleye, 

York.         in  the  diocese  of  Ely,  void  by  the  resignation  of  John  Travers,  the  last 

rector,  and  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the  land  and  heir  of 

Giles  de  Asteleye.  By  K. 

Confirmation  of  a  grant  in  fee,  by  Godfrey,  late  abbot  of  Peterborough, 
and  the  convent  thereof  to  John  Lovel  of  Dodisthorp  of  a  messuage  with 
buildings  thereon  and  8  acres  of  land  in  Peterborough,  and  the  hamlet  of 
Dodisthorp,  subject  at  a  rent  of  4^;.  payable  to  the  said  abbot  and  convent. 

By  fine  of  ^  mark.    Northampton. 

May  16.         Presentation  of  Richard  de  Wenlok  to  the  church  of  Pychford,  in  the 
York.        diocese  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield. 

John  de  Sancto  Amando,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating 
John  de  Hildesleye  his  attorney  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

May  15,  Release  to  R.  de  Northburgh,  bishop  elect  and  confirmed  of  Coventry 

York.         and  Lichfield,  of  the  serv'ice  of  two  knights'  fees,  which  he  is  bound  to  do 
in  the  army  summoned  against  the  Scots  this  summer. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 


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Membrane  15 — cont. 


1322. 

May  18.  Pardon  to  Robert  de  Stangrave  for  acquiring  for  life  without  licence  101. 

York.         of  rent  in  Sabrightworth  from  Geoffrey  de  Say,  who  held  the  said  rent  in 

chief ;  with  restitution  thereof.  By  fine  of  50«. 

May  19.  Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Robert  de  Leyburn,  knight,  as  admiral 

York.         of  the  fleet  of  ships  from  divers  parts  of  the  realm  and  from  Ireland  and 

Wales  which  are  in  the  western  sea  about  to  go  against  the  Scots  ;   with 

power  to  pimish  all  mariners  and  others  thereof.  By  K. 

Writ  de  intendendo  for  the  said  Robert  directed  to  the  masters,  mariners 

and  others  thereof. 

May  18.  Grant  to  Robert  de  Westwyk,  chaplain,  of  the  chapel  of  Neusum  upon 

York.         Tees  (Thesam),  void  and  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the 

land  and  heir  of  Guy  de  Bello  Campo,  late  earl  of  Warwick,  tenant  in  chief. 

May  20.  Appointment,  during  pleasure,    of  Walter  de   Wogan  to    hold   pleas 

York.        following  the  justiciary  in  Ireland  ;  with  the  usual  fee. 

Mandate  to  Roger  de  Birthorp  to  deliver  to  the  said  Walter  that  office 
with  all  things  pertaining  to  it. 

May  18.  Appointment  of  Robert  de  Cotegrave  to  be  chamberlain  of  the  Exchequer 

York.        of  Dublin,  with  the  usual  fee. 

May  20.  Writ  of  aid  for  John   de  Dovre  and  John  la  Batayle,   appointed    to 

York.         inquire  by  oath  of  good  men  of  the  county  of  Essex,  with  the  advice  of 

Stephen  de  Bassyngbourn  touching  the  persons  who  removed  the  horses, 

harness,  armour  and  other  goods  of  William  Touchet,  late  a  rebel  in  that 

county.  By  K. 

May  19.  Grant,  as  a  further  favour,  to  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke,  to 

York.  whom  and  Mary  his  wife  the  king  had  lately  granted  the  manor  of 
Hegham  Ferers,  co.  Northampton,  and  the  castle  and  manor  of  Thorp- 
watervill  with  the  hamlets  of  Achirche  and  Aldewyncle,  which  lately  came 
into  the  king's  hands,  of  all  goods  in  the  said  castle  and  manors  to  hold  of 
his  gift.  By  p.s. 

May  20.  Grant  for  two  years  to  the  burgesses  of  Newcastle  under  Lyme  of  pavage. 

York.  By  pet.  of  C. 

Presentation  of  Richard  de  Heslarton  to  the  church  of  Merkefeld,  in  the 
diocese  of  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  and  tenements, 
late  of  Robert  de  Holand,  being  in  his  hands. 

The  like  of  Thomas  de  Sibethorp  to  the  church  of  Heton,  in  the  diocese 
of  York,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  and  tenements,  late  of 
John  de  Nevill,  being  in  his  hands. 

The  like  of  Thomas  de  Barneby  to  the  church  of  Shenle  in  the  diocese 
of  Lincoln. 

May  20.  The  grant  of  one  foot  soldier  from  the  townships  made  by  the  prelates, 

York.         earls,  barons  and  commonalty  of  the  realm  in  the  Parliament  at  York  last 

Easter  shall  not  be  to  their  prejudice  or  drawn  into  a  precedent.      [Pari, 

Writs.]  By  K. 

May  17.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 

York.  St.  Mary's,  Westderham,  by  John  de  Totyngton,  chaplain,  of  4  acres  of  land 

in  Scothorp,  of  the  value  of  VZd.  a  year,  as  appears  by  inquisition  made  by 
Thomas  de  Burgo,  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  in  part  satis- 
faction of  a  licence  granted  to  them  at  the  request  of  Aymer  de  Valencia, 
earl  of  Pembroke,  to  acquire  lands  and  rents  to  the  value  of  10  marks  a  year. 

24962  H 


114 


CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


May  12. 

York. 


May  18. 
York. 


Membrane  15 — cont. 

Protection  and  safe  conduct  for  two  years  for  William  de  Donecastre, 
Benedict  de  Staundon,  William  le  Clerk,  Richard  Russel,  Roger  le  Blount, 
Alan  de  Smethton,  Thomas  le  Taverner  and  Roger  le  Harper,  citizens  and 
merchants  of  the  city  of  Chester,  and  their  men,  going  to  divers  parts  of 
the  king's  realm  and  power  to  buy  corn,  wine,  victuals  and  merchandise, 
and  to  bring  the  same  to  Chester  for  the  maintenance  thereof. 

By  pet.  of  Parliament. 

Grant  to  the  mayors,  bailiffs,  and  good  men  of  the  town  of  Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne,  in  extension  of  their  former  grant  of  murage  for  seven  years 
from  Mkhaekn^is,  10  Edward  II,  of  the  like  for  three  years  more,  to  be 
collected  by  the  hands  of  Peter  Graper  of  Newcastle-upon-Tyne,  Robert  de 
Angerton,  Walram  de  Lumleye  and  William  de  Acton,  their  fellow- 
burgesses.  By  E. 

Robert  de  Welles  and  Matilda  his  wife,  staying  in  England,  have  letters 
nominating  John  de  Tunstal,  clerk,  and  Elias  de  Assheburne,  their  attorneys 
in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

Protection  until  the  Purification  for  Walter  atte  Lane,  master 'of  a  ship 
called  la  Gayne,  one  of  two  ships  furnished  with  fencible  men  and  victuals, 
the  other  being  called  la  Trinite,  which  the  men  of  Weyxnuth  are  sending 
on  the  King's  service  to  Ireland  to  proceed  thence  with  the  king's  fleet 
against  the  Scots.  By  C. 

The  like  for  Lawrence  Ragge,  meister  of  the  other  ship  called  la  Trinite, 


May  1. 
York. 


See  Schedule  for  the  church  of  Durgarvan. 

Membrane  14. — Schedule. 

Revocation,  after  recital  of  the  grant  [11  Edward  II,  Part  II,  Cal.  Pat, 
Rolls,  p,  18],  and  considerations  for  making  the  same,  of  the  advowson  of 
the  church  of  Durgarvan  in  Decies  (in  Decia)  to  the  archbishop  of  Cashel 
with  licence  to  appropriate  the  said  church,  of  the  said  grant,  as  the  king 
considers  that  he  has  been  deceived  and  that  such  grant  was  obtained  from 
him  by  fraud  and  is  contrary  to  certain  ordinances  made  in  the  realm  and 
approved  of  by  him.  By  K.  and  C. 

Mandate  to  the  justiciary  and  the  chancellor  of  Ireland  to  resume  the 
advowson  of  the  said  church,  and  keep  it  in  safe  custody ;  they  are  to 
reduce  to  the  former  state  whatever  has  been  done  in  consequence  of  the 
said  grant  and  are  not  to  permit  anything  to  be  attempted  contrary  to  the 
said  revocation.  By  K.  and  C. 

The  like  to  the  treasurer  of  Ireland  and  the  barons  of  the  Exchequer  of 
Dublin,  as  far  as  concerns  them. 

The  like  to  the  bishop  of  Lismore  to  revoke  and  annul  all  things  done  by 
him  by  virtue  of  such  grant ;  he  is  to  permit  Master  Richard  de  Clare, 
king's  clerk,  who  held  the  said  church  before  the  above  grant,  to  enjoy  the 
same  in  peace ;  and  he  is  not  to  permit  anything  to  be  attempted  contrary 
to  the  present  letters.  By  K.  and  C. 


The  like  to  William,  archbishop  of  Cashel. 


By  K.  and  C, 


16  EDWARD  II-— Paht  2.  115 


jQOo  MEMBRANE    14. 

May  2«  hupeximu^  and  exemplification  of  the  record  and  process  of  a  judgment 

York.  rendered  in  the  presence  of  the  king  and  others  upon  Thomas,  latQ  earl  of 
Lancaster,  and  other  rebels,  with  a  recital  of  their  offences.      [Fmlera.] 

May  6.  General  pardon  to : — 

York.  Peter  Curteys.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned,  viz, — 
Robert  Paulyn. 

May  18.  William  Edward. 

York.  William  de  Lewes,  '  pestour.' 

John  Knobet. 
Richard  son  of  John  de  Boys. 

May  18.  Ratification  of  a  grant  by  Thomas,  sometime  earl  of  Lancaster,  to  the 

York.  Friars  Preachers  of  Leicester  of  those  plots  which  they  have  of  the  gift  of 
Peter  Penifot,  Richard  Fode,  Robert  de  Dalby,  William  de  Morton,  and 
Isabella  de  Wylughby  in  the  town  of  Leicester,  adjoining  their  area ;  and 
also  of  a  licence  granted  to  them  by  the  said  earl  to  enclose  a  void  place 
under  the  garden  and  churchyard  of  the  said  Friars.  By  E. 

May  7.  Mandate  to  William  de  Bello  Campo,  keeper  of  the  castles  of  Drosselan 

York.  and  Dynnevoir  and  of  the  land  of  Cantredemaur  with  the  issues  thereof  since 
they  came  into  the  king's  hands,  to  restore  the  same  to  Hugh  le  Despenser, 
the  younger,  as  the  present  Parliament  held  at  York,  has  annulled  as 
erroneous  the  record  and  process  of  the  judgement  of  the  Parliament  of 
last  Midsummer's  Day  held  at  Westminster  against  the  said  Hugh. 

By  K.  and  C. 

The  like  to  John  de  Boneton  to  restore  to  the  said  Hugh  his  lands  in 
the  counties  of  Essex,  Suffolk  and  Cambridge.  By  E.  and  C. 

May  14.  Pardon,  at  the  instance  of  Master  Gilbert  de  Middelton,  king's  clerk, 

York.         archdeacon  of  Northampton,  to  William  de  Eeynes  of  Faldho,  an  adherent 

of  Thomas,  sometime  carl  of  Lancaster,  and  Humphrey,  sometime  earl  of 

Hereford.  By  p.s. 

May  16.  William    le    Moyne,  going    in    pilgrimage    to    Santiago,   has    letters 

York.  nominating  Matthew  de  Crauthorn  and  Henry  de  Lappeflode  his  attorneys 
in  England  for  one  year. 

May  20.  Presentation  of  Elias  de  Joneston  to  the  church  of  Walwersshare  in  the 

York.  diocese  of  Canterbury,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  and  tene- 
ments late  of  John  Malemeyns  of  Walwersshare  being  in  his  hands.     By  E. 

May  18.  ^^^  ^^^  of  William  de  Stortford,  chaplain,  to  the  church  of  Strathale  in 

York.        the  diocese  of  London. 

May  10.  Release  to  Oliver  de  Burdegala,  king's  yeoman,  of  what  is  exacted  from 

York.         him  by  summons  of  the  Exchequer  for  the  town  of  Old  Wyndesore,  which 

he  holds  of  the  grant  of  the  king ;    grant  also  that  he  may  hold  the  same 

for  his  life  quit  of  any  rent.  By  p.s* 


MEMBRANE    13. 

May  7.  Protection  with  clause  iwlumus  for  Walter  Smyth  of  Bronnham,  merchant, 

York.         coming  south  with  ships  to  buy  and  convey  corn  and  victuals  to  York  and 

Newcastle  upon  Tyne  and  other  northern  parts  of  the  realm,  he  having 

found  security  in  the  Chancery  that  he  will  not  take  the  same  elsewhere, 

or  communicate  with  the  Scots,  or  Flemings.  By  E. 


116 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322 


June  9. 
Haddlesej. 


Membrane  13 — cont. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  persona,  viz. — 
Alan  do  Balne,  burgess  of  Grimmesby. 
Richard  son  of  Robert  de  Waynflet,  merchant. 
Alexander  de  Enemeth  of  Jakisle  and  Laurence  Godechilde. 


Richard  Daketon 
William  Thoraud 
William  Daketon 
William  de  Stabham 
Robert  de  Chilyngton 

Robert  de  Haliwell 

Robert  Cook  (Cocus) 

Thomas  son  of  Ralph  Thoraud 

Hugh  de  Hetham 

John  Wodeman 

Thomas  de  Frismarais 
Adam  de  Galeway 
William  de  Borneton 
Waleran  de  Lomley 
William  de  Cougate 

Nicholas  Dellirker 
John  Dellirker 
Laurence  de  Dunolmia 
John  Shapakape 
Thomas  de  Duxfeld 

Thomas  Hanky 
John  Brettevill 
Hugh  Haukyn 
William  Emme 
John  Peye 

William  de  Basyngwerk 
Madoc  de  Capinhurst 
William  de  Capinhurst 

John  Skir  of  Barton. 
John  Baker,  the  younger. 
Bartholomew  Godmere  of  Oxebrugge. 
Thomas  de  Rougham. 

Geoffrey  de  Gretheston,  with  a  ship. 

Roger  Hemery  of  Boston. 
William  le  Lavender  of  Pyncebek. 
Geoffirey  de  Gertheston,  merchant. 

William  de  Holmeton 

Simon  atte  Lee 

William  de  Tanstall  of  Raveneserodd, 


of     Newcastle     upon      Tyne, 
merchants. 


of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne. 


of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne. 


of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne. 


of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne. 


merchants,  of  Chester. 


ByK. 


merchants. 


merchants  with  ships. 


Gilbert  son  of  Amicia  de  Salflethayen 
Ralph  de  Bur  of  Salflethaven 
Henry  de  Wyghton 

John  son  of  William  de  Torkeseye,  the  younger,  with  ships. 
William  de  Straham,  burgess  of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Part  2.  117 


Membrane  18 — emit. 


1322. 

May  10.  Gilbert  le  Girdeler  ^       ^  xt  i  ,.     x 

York.  John  de  Kelm  [     ^^  Neuwerk,  merchants. 

Andrew  Boues  I         iu    v.- 

Reyner  Garlop  of  Gomcestre  I     ^^**^  ®^^P^- 

Richard  son  of  William  deBoseberd-] 

kirk  (sic)  r     with  ships. 

Boniface  his  brother  i 

Walter  del  Ker  and  Martin  le  Bakester  of  Boston,  with  ships. 

Richard  de  Ely  f  i.     x       ii,    u- 

JohnDavayn  )     merchants  with  ships. 

John  Lund  of  Ellerker,  with  a  ship. 

Hugh  Bacon,  citizen  and  merchant  of  Lincoln,  with  ships. 

William  de  Herdeby  )        .  t  •      i         xi     u- 

William  de  Humberston,  the  elder  }     ^'^  ^'°<=°1"'  ^''^  «^P^- 

John  de  Kidale,  the  elder  )         .,     ,  . 

John  de  Wotton,  the  elder,  of  Barton}     ^^^  ^^^P^' 

Stephen  de  Bercote,  with  ships. 

Thomas  Elys  of  Jememuth       )      xv.    v.- 
Richard  and  William,  his  sons  f  ^^^*^  ®^^P^' 

Thomas  Dallyng  of  Bishop's  Lenne,  with  ships. 
Ralph  de  Cotes,  with  ships. 
Stephen  Aleyn,  citizen  of  London,  with  ships. 
Geoffrey  de  Betele  and  Alan  Sprillyng,  with  ships. 
Hugh  Bacim  of  Lenne,  merchant,  with  ships. 

John  son  of  Hugh  de  Cotes  of 

Ravenesrod 
John  de  Neuhagh 
Richard  Kelyng 

Robert  de  Drax,  citizen  and  merchant  of  Lincoln. 

May  16.  Walter  le  Smith. 

York.  John  de  Pountefreuit,  merchant. 

William  Chauntirel,  of  Devon. 
Simon  Baret  of  Hecheham,  and  William  his  son. 

May  18.  John  de  Fordham,  with  ships.  By  K. 

York.  Robert  de  Scoulton  and  Ranulph  de  Kyme,  of  Lincoln. 

Walter  de  Cakehou  and  John  de  Kelyng. 

May  20.  William  de  Asshele  of  Bishop's  Lenne,  merchant. 

York.  John  son  of  Hugh  de  Cotes  of  Ravenescrodd,  John  de  Neuhagh  and 

Richard  Kelyng,  merchants,  with  ships. 

John  de  Novo  Castro  and  Hugh  le  Tyghelere,  of  Lincoln,  with  ships. 
Alan  de  Lyk,  of  Cantebrigg. 


merchants. 


Alan  Sperlyng 

Benedict  of  Sancto  Edmundo 

John  de  Thorney 


merchants  of  Lenne. 


118 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


June  8. 
Kothwell, 

May  8. 
York. 


May  16. 

York. 


May  28. 

Haverah 
{Haywra.) 


May  6. 

York. 

May  4. 

York. 


May  10. 

York. 


May  11. 

York. 


May  12. 
York. 


Membrane  18 — catit, 

Richard  son  of  Richard  de  Idel,  merchant. 
Walter  de  Bahne  of  Grimesby. 

Roger  *  of  the  Garth  *  of  Ellerker. 
Adam  Wyot  of  St.  Ives,  with  a  ship. 

Protection  for  Godekin  de  Revel,  the  elder,  merchant  of  Almain,  who  is 
conveying  victuals  and  other  wares  in  his  ships  from  parts  beyond  the  seas 
to  the  realm  for  the  sustenance  of  the  king  and  his  lieges  in  the  North*  and 
of  those  coming  to  the  North,  the  said  Godekin  having  found  security  in 
the  Chancery  that  he  will  not  convey  his  goods  elsewhere,  or  communicate 
with  the  king's  enemies  and  rebels ;  nothing  is  to  be  taken  of  his  goods 
against  his  will  for  the  king's  use.  Provided  always  that  he  shall  answer 
for  his  trespasses,  if  any,  against  the  Staple  of  Wools. 

By  mainprize  of  John  de  Stykeneye  and  Roger  de  la  Gotere. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Robert  Martyn  of  Brystoll  to  the 
custody  of  the  smaller  piece  of  the  seal  for  the  recognisance  of  debts  in  that 
town. 

Presentation  of  Edmund  de  Grymesby  to  a  moiety  of  the  church  of  St. 
Cross,  Estirkele,  in  the  diocese  of  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of 
the  lands  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  being  by  forfeiture  in  his  hands. 

Elias  de  Assheburn,  going  to  Ireland,  has  letters  nominating  John  de 
Ellerker,  the  younger,  and  John  de  Helpeston  his  attorneys  for  two  years. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  [year]  for  William  de  Ayremynne, 
clerk,  for  himself  and  his  tenants  of  Wilughby. 

Writ  of  aid  for  William  Horssho,  appointed  to  keep  and  survey  the 
wainage  and  stock  of  the  manors  of  Merlawe,  Brystlesham,  Hamelden,  and 
Caversham,  and  to  order  them  as  best  for  the  king's  profit.  By  E. 

The  like  for  John  de  Donestable  and  William  Aylmer  as  to  the  manors  of 
Teukesbury,  Asshechurche,  Stoke,  Thombury,  Solbury,  Oxendon,  Leik- 
hampton,  Elkeston,  Shopton,  and  Bureford  in  the  county  of  Gloucester, 
and  the  manors  of  Hanglegh,  Besselegh,  Severnestok,  Birlyngham,  and  the 
chace  of  Malverne. 

Presentation  of  William  de  Langeford  to  the  church  of  Buckeby,  in  the 
diocese  of  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  of  Thomas,  earl 
of  Lancaster,  being  in  his  hands  by  forfeiture.  By  K. 

The  like  of  Thomas  de  Kersebrok  to  the  church  of  Little  Laufare  in  the 
diocese  of  London,  void  by  the  resignation  of  John  de  Apirdele,  the  last 
rector. 

R.  bishop  elect  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has 
letters  nominating  Stephen  le  Blount  and  John  Lay  of  Peterborough  his 
attorneys  for  one  year. 

Presentation  of  John  Richard  to  the  church  of  Penbehir  in  the  diocese  of 
St.  Davids. 

The  like  of  Hugh  son  of  Griffin  to  the  church  of  Nerbert  in  the  diocese 
St.  Davids,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  of  Roger  de  Mortuo 
Mari  of  Chirk  being  in  his  hands. 

Pardon  to  John  de  Bliton  of  Lincoln  for  acquiring  in  fee  without  licence 
66  acres  of  land  and  12  acres  of  meadow  in  Canewyk,  co.  Lincoln,  from 
Elias  Martel  of  Canewyk,  who  held  the  same  in  chief.  By  fine  of  20«. 


15  EDWABD  n.— Part  2.  119 


Membrane  13 — emit. 


1322. 

May  11.  Confirmation  of  a  quitclaim  made  by  Roger  de  Moubray,  sometime  lord 

York.         of  Boulton  in  Allerdall,  to  Alexander  de  Bastenthwayt  and  Agnes  his  wife, 

and  the  heirs  of  the  body  of  the  said  Alexander  of  the  whole  soil  of  his 

waste  of  Bastenthwayt  with  the  wood  thereof,  and  all  other  profits  issuing 

from  the  said  soil,  waste  and  wood.  By  fine  of  1  mark. 

Pardon  to  Richard  de  Hoton  in  Foresta  for  acquiring  in  fee  without 
licence  a  messuage,  27  acres  of  land  and  8  acres  of  meadow  in  Hoton  in  the 
Forest,  co.  Cumberland,  from  Thomas  de  Hoton  in  Foresta,  who  held  the 
same  in  chief.  By  fine  of  2  marks,  Cumberland. 

May  13.  Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Robert  Bataill,  a  baron  of  the  Cinque 

York.         Ports,  as  captain  and  admiral  of  the  ships  of  the  Cinque  Ports  about  to  go 

against  the  Scots ;  with  power  to  punish  all  mariners  and  others  of  the  said 

fleet.  By  K. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  all  masters,  mariners  and  others  thereof. 

ByK. 

May  8.  Assignment  to  the  dean  and  chapter  of  the  church  of  Lichfield  of  the 

York.  farm  of  the  following  towns,  extended  at  the  following  yearly  amounts, 
Shrewsbury  80/.,  Notyngham  with  the  old  farm  and  increment  611.  8».  id,y 
Oxford  40Z.,  and  Bruges  6/.  8».  id,,  to  hold  until  they  shall  have  received 
satisfaction  of  the  amount,  904  marks,  which  sum  Walter  de  Langeton,  late 
bishop  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  bequeathed  in  aid  of  the  fabric  of  the 
chapel  of  St.  Mary  in  the  church  of  Lichfield,  and  which  he  wished  to 
remain  in  their  custody  for  that  purpose  to  be  administered  by  the  executors 
of  the  bishop  and  by  view  and  ordinance  of  the  said  dean  and  chapter ;  the 
latter  having  lent  that  money  to  the  king  for  the  expedition  of  the  Scotch 
war.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  the  several  towns 
above-mentioned. 

May  18.  Appointment   during    pleasure    of    John   Perbrun,   burgess    of    Great 

York.         Yarmouth,  as  captain  and  admiral  of  the  fleet  of  ships  from  the  mouth  of 

the  Thames  towards  the  north,  about  to  go  against  the  Scots ;  with  power 

to  punish  all  mariners  thereof.  By  K. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  all  masters  and  mariners  thereof.       By  K. 

May  17.  Nicholas,   abbot    of    Albemarle,   going  beyond    the    seas,   has    letters 

York.  nominating  Thomas  le  Taverner  of  Ravenserod  and  Roger  son  of  Stephen 
de  Skeftlyng  his  attorneys  in  England  for  four  years. 

May  18.  Mandate  to  Roaldus  de  Richemund,  to  whom  the  king  had  granted  the 

York.         custody  of  the  castle  of  Horstone,  notwithstanding  a  previous  grant  of  such 

custody  to  Robert  de  Malo  Lacu,  to  deliver  the  castle  with  all  its  issues 

received  from  the  date  of  its  committal  to  him  to  the  said  Robert  de  Malo 

Lacu  to  keep  according  to  the  form  of  the  former  commission.  By  E. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  the  prior  of  Durham. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned,  viz. — 
Thomas  de  Collom,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wollavyngton. 
Master  John  de  Staunton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Herlawe. 
William  de  Drax,  parson  of  the  church  of  Lamheth. 
The  prior  of  Ely. 
The  abbot  of  Croyland. 
The  prior  of  Leuesham. 
The  abbot  of  Cokersand. 
John  de  Stokes,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wynewyk. 


120  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322, 


Membrane  13 — cont. 


Richard  de  LusteshuU,  parson  of  the  church  of  Elyngdon. 

John  Martyn,  clerk. 

Walter  Hakelute,  parson  of  the  church  of  Lanpeder. 

The  prior  of  Montacute. 

John  de  Bousser,  going  on  the  king's  business  to  Wales. 

John  de  Bishton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Adel. 

May  18.  The  prior  of  Newenham. 

York.  The  prior  of  Lekeburn. 

The  prior  of  Stoke  by  Clare. 
The  prior  of  Penewortham. 
The  abbot  of  Kirkestal. 
Alice  de  Normanton  of  Lincoln. 

Walter  de  Belgrave,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Kirketon. 
Richard  de  Emeldon. 

May  20.  Richard  de  Bello,  parson  of  the  church  of  Norton. 

York.  William  Memmyng,  parson  of  the  church  of  Frumpton. 

The  prior  of  Birstall. 
The  abbot  of  Vale  Royal. 
Richard  de  Ardern  of  London,  clerk. 
The  abbot  of  Langedon. 
The  abbot  of  St.  Albans. 
Gerard  son  of  Gerard  de  Braybrok. 
Robert  de  Shirebum. 

John  Chaynel,  parson  of  two  parts  of  the  church  of  Ripenhale. 
Master  Gilbert  de  Middelton,  prebendary  of  Horton  in  the  church  of 

St.  Mary,  Salisbury. 
Elia  [blank] . 

Isolda,  late  the  wife  of  William  Inge. 
John  de  Thoresby,  parson  of  the  church  of  Bramwyth. 
Master  William  de  Melbourn,  parson  of  the  church  of  Melford. 
The  abbot  of  Hepp. 
Richard  de  Belhous. 
Nicholas  de  Holden. 

May  20.  Robert  de  Marchumleye,  parson  of  the  church  of  Great  Billyng. 

York.  The  same  Robert. 

The  prior  of  Durham. 
The  abbot  of  Cherteseye. 

MEMBRANE   12. 

May  19.  Grant  for  life  to  John  de  Somery  of  the  manor  of  Amelcote,  co.  Stafford, 

York.         late  of  James  de  Stafford,  a  rebel,  in  the  king's  hands  by  forfeiture.     By  p.s. 

May  20.  Power,  during  pleasure,  for  Robert  de  Ley  burn,  knight,  whom  the  king 

York.         had  appointed  captain  and  admiral  of  the  fleet  of  many  ships  from  divers 

parts  of  the  realm  and  from  Ireland  and  Wales  going  on  the  Western  Sea 

on  the  king's  service  against  the  Scots,  to  receive  into  the  king's  will  all 

those  of  Scotland  and  of  the  adjacent  islands,  who  are  at  war  against  him 

and  wish  to  come  unto  his  pleasure.      [Fcedera,]  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  for  him  as  admiral  and  captain  directed  to  all  bailiffs  and  others. 

Writ  de  intcndcmlo  for  him  directed  to  the  undermentioned,  viz. — 

John  de  Bermyngham,  earl  of  Loueth,  justiciary 

of  Ireland. 
Master  Walter  de  Islep,  treasurer  of  Ireland. 


These  were  close. 

[Fadera.] 


16  EDWAED  n.— Part  2.  121 


1322. 


Membrane  12 — eont. 


Mandate  to  John  de  Athj,  late  captain  and  admiral  of  the  fleet  on  the 
Western  Sea,  to  deliver  to  the  said  Robert  all  the  ships,  barges  and  other 
things  in  his  custody,  by  reason  of  that  office,  for  the  further  expedition  of 
the  business ;  this  being  observed  that  the  ships,  if  any,  ordained  for  the 
custody  of  the  castle  of  Crakfergus,  he  is  if  he  has  need  of  them  to  retain 
for  the  custody  thereof. 

Writ  of  aid  for  him  directed  to  Richard  de  Preston  and  William  his 
brother,  of  Droxhda  {sic). 

The  like  to  the  mayor  and  good  men  of  the  town  of  Dublin. 

The  like  to  the  mayor  and  good  men  of  the  town  of  Droghda.      [Fccdera,] 

The  said  Robert  de  Leybourn  is  to  appoint  in  all  lands  in  Scotland  and 
the  adjoining  islands,  which  he  shall  occupy  in  the  king's  name,  bailiffs 
and  ministers  for  the  custody  of  the  same,  who  are  to  answer  to  the 
king  for  the  issues  thereof.  By  K. 

May  14.  Pardon,  at  the  instance  of  Master  Gilbert  de  Middelton,  king's  clerk, 

York.         archdeacon  of  Northampton,   to   William  de  Keynes  of  Faldho,  as  an 

adherent  of  Thomas  and  Humphrey  sometime  earls  of  Lancaster   and 

Hereford  ;  with  restitution  of  his  lands  taken  into  the  king's  hands  on  that 

account,  saving  the  right  of  any  other.  By  p.s* 

May  20.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Walter  de  Stapeldon,  bishop 

York.  of  Exeter,  to  the  rector  and  scholars  of  the  house  of  Stapeldon,  Oxford,  of 
the  advowson  of  the  church  of  Westwvthenham,  which  according  to  the 
taxation  of  the  tenth  is  taxed  at  25  marks  a  year,  in  part  satisfaction  of  a 
licence  to  acquire  the  advowson  of  one  church  of  the  value  of  40  marks  a 
year,  accordiing  to  the  taxation  of  the  tenth  then  current,  or  of  two 
churches  of  the  same  value  r  licence  also  for  them  to  appropriate  the  church. 

May  20.  Grant  to  the  aldermen  and  citizens  of  the  city  of  London,  as  a  further 

York.  favour,  the  king  having,  21  May,  14  Edward  II,  replevied  to  them  the 
office  of  the  mayoralty  until  the  quinzaine  of  Michaelmas  following,  which 
office  had  been  for  certain  causes  taken  into  the  king's  hand  before  the 
justices  in  eyre  at  the  Tower  of  London,  and  of  the  further  extension  of 
the  said  replevin  until  the  present  date,  of  the  replevin  of  the  said  office 
during  pleasure ;  they  may  select  a  fit  citizen  to  be  mayor  and  present  him 
to  the  king  at  the  Exchequer  in  the  usual  way.  Bj  E.  and  pet.  of  C. 

Confirmation  of  a  grant  by  Robert  de  Cantokesheved  to  Walter  de 
Stapeldon,  bishop  of  Exeter,  and  his  successors,  of  2  carucates  of  land,  40 
acres  of  meadow,  40  acres  of  wood,  and  75.  8(i.  of  rent,  in  Poukeheth,  viz. 
all  those  messuages,  lands,  &c,  which  Gregory  de  Welyngton  held  in  the 
parish  of  Yartecombe. 

May  15.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prioress  and  convent  of 

York.         Wykham  by  John  de  Wykham  of  2  tofts,  and  8  bovates  and  4  acres  of  land 

in  Roston,  Aton  and  Irton  to  find  two  chaplains  to  celebrate  divine  service 

daily  in  the  newly  built  chapel  of  St.  Mary  the  Virgin  and  St.  Helen, 

Wikham,  for  the  souls  of  the  said  John  and  all  the  faithful  departed. 

May  18.         Master  John  de  Depyng,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating 
York.         John  de  Northburgh  and  John  de  Burgo,  his  attorneys  in  England  for  three 
years. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  beyond  the  seas  : — 

Master    Roger    de  Northburgh,   nominating  the  same    persons  his 

attorneys  as  above. 
Meister  Roger  de  Nassington,   nominating    the    same    persons    his 

attorneys  in  England  as  above. 


122 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

May  20. 
York. 


June  11. 
Haddlesej. 

May  18. 
York. 


May  20. 
York. 


May  20. 

York. 


May  18. 

York. 


May  27. 

Haverah. 


Membrane  12 — cant. 
Protection  with  clause  nolumwi  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  of  St.  Agatha*s. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned,  viz. — 

Henry  de  Merton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Weston  by  Beccles. 

Thomas  de  Cok  of  Upton. 

Master  Robert  de  Pynchebek,  prebendary  of  South  Neubald. 

Robert  de  Sane  to  Albano,  parson  of  the  church  of  Magna  Boudon. 

Joan,  late  the  wife  of  John  Chicche  of  Canterbury. 

Ebulo  Lestraunge. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  Baldok. 

Philip  de  Davyntre,  parson  of  the  church  of  Waldeneuton. 

Licence  at  the  request  of  Ralph  de  Middelneye,  whom  the  king  had  lately 
pardoned  for  acquiring  without  licence  for  his  life  the  bailiwick  of 
Westperet  from  William  de  Monte  Acuto,  deceased,  who  held  it  in  chief  by 
serjeanty,  subject  to  rendering  to  the  said  William  and  his  heird  20  marks 
a  year,  to  the  said  Ralph,  as  he  is  so  occupied  with  the  business  of  his  lords 
that  he  is  unable  to  attend  personally  to  the  custody  of  that  bailiwick,  that 
he  may  demise  that  bailiwick  for  his  life  to  whdhisoever  he  will,  subject  to 
the  above-mentioned  rent. 

Presentation  of  Thomas  de  Brayton  to  the  church  of  Pundestok  in  the 
diocese  of  Exeter,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  and  tenements 
of  Otto  de  Botrigan  being  in  his  hands. 

Vacated  because  surrendered. 

Protection  for  one  year  for  William  Marche  of  Stanhowe,  Alexander  de 
Berewyk,  chaplain,  and  Robert  Everard  of  Walpol,  prosecuting  for  the  king 
before  Walter  de  Norwyco  and  his  fellows,  justices  of  oyer  and  terminer 
touching  the  trespasses  and  concealments  committed  by  the  sub-collectors 
of  the  eighteenth,  lately  granted  by  the  conuBonalty  of  the  realm,  in  the 
towns  of  Walpol,  Westwalton,  Walsokne,  Tylneye,  Tyryngton  and  Wygen- 
hale,  CO.  Norfolk. 

Pardon  to  Peter  le  Munk  of  his  outlawry,  and  to  Margery  his  wife  of  her 
waiver  for  not  appearing  in  court  before  the  king,  when  impleaded  by 
Florence,  late  the  wife  of  John  le  Munk,  for  a  trespass,  to  satisfy  the  king 
of  that  which  pertains  to  him  for  such  trespass,  provided  they  surrender  at 
the  prison  of  the  Marshalsea,  and  make  such  satisfaction. 

Mandate  for  two  years  to  all  sheriffs  and  bailiffs,  on  complaint  by  the 
master  and  brethren  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Thomas  the  Martyr  by  Estbrugge 
in  the  city  of  Canterbury,  to  arrest  all  persons  pretending  to  be  proctors  of 
that  house,  who  ask  and  receive  money,  beasts,  legacies,  and  other  goods 
in  the  name  of  that  house  and  convert  the  same  to  their  own  uses,  and  to 
deliver  the  goods  found  in  the  possession  of  such  persons  to  the  proctors  of 
the  hospital ;  they  are  to  pay  no  regard  to  letters  of  recommendation  or 
admission  to  collect  such  alms  which  are  without  lawful  witnesses. 

Surrender  to  John  de  Warenna,  earl  of  Surrey,  of  the  castle  of  Holt 
{Castrum  Leonis)  and  all  the  lands  of  Bromfeld  and  Yale  in  Wales,  which 
Thomas,  sometime  earl  of  Lancaster,  held  for  life  of  the  demise  of  the  said 
earl  of  Surrey,  which  castle  and  lands  are  with  all  other  lands  of  the 
earl  of  Lancaster,  on  account  of  his  rebellion,  in  the  king*s  hands.     By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Oliver  de  Ingham,  keeper  of  the  said  castle  and  lands  to 
deliver  them  to  the  earl  of  Surrey. 

The  like  to  Griffin  ap  Rees  and  Giles  de  Bello  Campo. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Part  2. 


128 


1322. 

May  27. 
Haverah. 


May  26. 
Haverah. 


May  28. 
Haverah. 


May  1. 
Kothwell. 

May  28. 
Haverah. 


Membrane  12 — cont. 

Presentation  of  Robert  de  Hemmyngburgh  to  the  church  of  Wynfred 
Neburgh  in  the  diocese  of  Salisbury,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the 
lands  of  Robert  de  Neburgh  being  in  his  hands. 

Licence,  at  the  request  of  Thomas  Sprenghuse,  king's  clerk,  for  the  abbot 
and  convent  of  Cirencestre  to  appropriate  in  mortmain  a  moiety  of  the 
church  of  Hakebum  in  the  diocese  of  Salisbury,  which  is  of  their  own 
advowson,  although  it  appears  by  inquisition  ad  quod  damnum  made  by 
Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent  that  the  king 
will  lose  the  presentation  to  the  same  during  times  of  voidance  of  the 
abbey.  By  p.s. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  John  Alwyne  of  Enyghteton 
of  a  rood  of  land  and  pasture  for  5  oxen,  8  cows  and  51  sheep  in 
Knyghteton  to  a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  chapel  of 
All  Saints,  Knyghteton,  during  the  life  of  the  said  John,  and  after  his 
death  in  the  church  of  Chalk  for  the  souls  of  the  said  John,  his  ancestors 
and  successors,  and  all  the  faithful  departed.  By  fine  of  j  mark. 

Signification  to  R.  bishop  of  Salisbury  of  the  royal  assent  to  the  election 
of  John  de  Canynges,  prior  of  Abendon,  to  be  abbot  of  that  house.     By  p.s. 

Grant  to  Thomas  de  Mountpeliers,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of  Lusk 
in  the  church  of  St.  Patrick,  Dublin,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  late 
voidance  of  the  archbishopric  of  Dublin.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  A.  archbishop  of  Dublin. 


MEMBRASE   11. 

May  16.  Commission  to  Henry  de  Chambernon  and  Reginald  de  Botereaux,  in 

York.  pursuance  of  the  grant  made  in  the  Parliament  at  York  in  three  weeks  of 
Easter  of  one  footman  from  every  town,  to  select  in  the  county  of 
Cornwall  suitable  men,  and  in  such  towns  where  a  suitable  man  cannot  be 
found,  to  select  one  elsewhere,  to  take  measures  for  their  arming  and 
to  conduct  them  to  Newcastle  by  the  eve  of  St.  James  to  serve  the  king  for 
forty  days  at  the  expense  of  the  said  townships.  The  said  Reginald  is  to 
be  their  leader.     [Pari,  Writs,]  By  K, 


The  like  commission  to  the  following,  viz  :- 
TV     ^  (Martin  de  Fisshacre 

^^^^^  iRobert  Beudyn 


>  Martin,  leader. 


Somerset 


Dorset 


Wilts 


I  John  de  Erleye 
(John  de  Clivedon 

j  John  le  Latymer 
I  John  Peverel 

(John  le  Rous 


I  John  de  Clivedon,  leader. 
I  John  Peverel,  leader. 


(John  le  Rous  hValter  leader 

(Walter  de  Paveli,  the  younger  P' 


o     xu        I       \  James  de  Norton 
Southampton  j  ^.^^^^^  ^^  g^^^^^^^ 


Norfolk 


(Robert  Baynard 
John  Haward 
(jeoffrey  Wyth 
John  de  Fitton 


I  Richard,  leader. 


Robert  and  John,leader8* 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


Suffolk 

Surrey 

Sussex 

Kent 

Essei 

Uertfoid 

Cambridge 

Huntingdon 

Buckingham 

Bedford 

Rutland 

Middlesex 

Oxford 


Mtmbrane  11 — cont. 


i  Edmund  de  Hemmegrava 
t  John  de  Whelnetham 


\  Peter  son  of  Reginald 
)  John  de  Ifeld 

(John  Sauvage 

}  Thomas  de  Sandwyco 

J  Thomas  Gobyon 

I  Simon  de  Kynardeaeye 

IQeo&ey  de  Stokes 
Walter  de  NeviU 
John  de  la  Haye 

I  John  de  Lymbiry 
{ John  de  Hinton 

I  William  le  Moigne 
( John  de  Swyaelord 

I  Ralph  de  Wedon 
)  Robert  Malet 

(John  Morice 

I  Ralph  BOQ  of  Richard 

I  John  Hakelut 
)  William  le  Blunt 

i  Roger  de  Brok 
t  W^ter  Crepyn 

i  Thomas  de  Gaye 
Robert  fiz  Ells 

T*=.iro  (Robert  de  Morby 

^''"^  lEeginald  Je  Pavely 

(John  de  Wyloghby 
Northampton  i  Ralph  Bagod 

t  John  de  Sutton 

n,      -  ,  I  William  de  Lnoy 

Warwick  ^^^^^  ^^  Aylesbury 

...  I  Hugh  de  Frestwald 

Leicester         (g^^^  j,^„„ 

~,         ,  i  William  de  Wauton 

Gloucester       ]  william  Tracy 


WilUam  Corbet 
Clement  de  Dunclent 


John,  leader. 
Walter,  leader. 
Peter,  leader. 
John,  leader. 
Thomas,  leader. 


Geoffrey    and    Walter, 
leaders. 


John  Hinton,  leader. 
William,  leader. 
Robert,  leader. 
John,  leader. 
John,  leader. 


Roger,  leader. 

I  bothleoders  and  changed 

L      ou  the  information  of 
J     William  deClif'. 

[Reginald,  leader. 

(Ralph    and    John    de 
SnttoQ,  leaders. 


j-R&lph,  leader. 

{ W.Tracy,  leader. 

William,  leader.  After- 
wards Henry  de  Rib- 
besford  was  appointed 
in  his  place,  as  appears 
below. 


16  EDWABD  n.— Part  2. 


125 


1322. 


Hereford 


Salop 


Stafford 


Nottingham 


Derby 


Membrane  11 — conU 

(Roger  de  Chaundos 
(Richard  de  Baskervill 

(Roger  Corbet  of  Tassele 
(Walter  Haket 

( Ralph  de  Grendon 
(Thomas  de  Haglghton 

(John  Darcy,  the  nephew 
(Thomas  de  Novo  Mercato 

(William  Rosel 
(Walter  deWaldeshef 


Roger,  leader/ 


Walter,  leader. 


Ralph,  leader. 


John,  leader. 


William,  leader. 


Lincoln 


Lindese 

Eesteven 

Holand 


(William  de  Dysny  )  ,  i.     i    j 

i  John  Darcy.  the  Irncle       t  ^°^'  ^^^^- 

\  both  leaders. 

(Alexander  de  Monte  Fortil  ^    .,  ,    j 
Alan  de  Moulton  t^^^  ^^®^^- 


( William  Wasteneys 
(William  de  Baiocis 


'East  Riding 


York 


i 


(3ohh  de  Sutton 
Robert   le   Conestable 
Fleynburgh 

West  Ridine    \  Edmund  Wasteneys 
^    I  William  de  Beeston 

[North  Riding  jfetrJdrSa"" 


of  I  John,  leader. 

1  Edmund,  leader. 
I  Robej?t,  leader. 


Lancaster 


( Edmund  de  Nevill 
(Thomas  de  Lathum 

w««4.vv./x*^u«^  (Walter  de  Stirkland 
Westmoreland  I  j^j^^  de  Lancastre 

n      v.    ^     ji     \  Robert  de  Bampton 
Cumberland    )  ^^^-^^  ^^  p^^^„ 

Northumber-   j  John  de  Fenewyk 

land    ( Gilbert  de  Burghdon 


I  Edmund,  leader. 
[John,  leader. 
(Richard,  leader. 
[John,  leader. 


Afterwards   the   following   persons   were   appointed   in    the    following 
wapentakes,  co.  York,  viz. — 


In  the  wapentakes  of  Morley, 
Aggebrig,  Shirayk,  Barkeston, 
and  Aynsty 


William  de  Weston. 
John  Tylly. 


In  the  wapentakes  of  Osgodcros,  ( Warin  de  ScargiL 
Stayncros,  and  Strafford  (John  de  Smetheton. 

In  the  wapentakes  of  Clarhou,  (Richard  Fauvel. 

Staynclif  and  Yokcros  (John  de  Boulton.  [Pari.  Writs,] 

Afterwards,  8  June,  the  above  persons  were  commanded  to  proceed  with 
expedition  so  that  the  said  armed  men  be  with  the  king  by  24  July  ;  they 
are  to  return  the  number  of  towns  which  answer  before  the  justices  in  eyre.* 

[Pari.  Writs.]    By  K. 

The  like  to  L.  bishop  of  Durham  within  the  Liberty  of  his  bishopric. 

[Pari.  Writs.]    By  K. 


126  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


-1  Qoo  ,  Membrane  11 — cont. 

May  15.  Mandate  to  John  de  Bermingeham,  earl  of  Loueth,  justiciary  of  Lreland, 

York.  and  Master  Walter  de  Istlep,  treasurer  of  Ireland*,  notwithstanding  the 
postponement  of  the  musters  to  24  July,  to  proceed  with  the  purveyance  in 
Ireland  of  provisions  for  the  war  in  Scotland  of  6,000  quarters  of  wheat, 
4,000  of  oats,  1,000  of  barley  malt,  2,000  of  beans,  500  bacons,  500  tuns  of 
wine  and  50  quarters  of  salt  in  Ireland,  and  to  have  the  same  carried  to 
Skynbumesse  by  Carlisle  by  the  octaves  of  Trinity  according  to  the  former 
order.  By  K. 

May  19.  Mandate  to  the  same  justiciary  and  treasurer  to  proceed  expeditiously 
York.  with  the  said  purveyance,  and  keep  such  supplies  in  safe  custody  near  the 
sea  coast,  until  Roger  de  Ley  burn,  admiral  of  the  fleet  of  the  Western  Sea, 
comes  to  convoy  the  same  to  Skynbumesse,  as  the  sea  between  the  land  of 
Man  and  Ireland  and  Skynbumesse  is  infested  by  the  king's  enemies  with 
the  intention  of  taking  the  victuals.  By  K. 


MEMBRANE   10. 

May  20.  Mandate  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  justice  of  Wales,  to  restore  the 

York.  temporalities  of  the  priory  of  the  Yale  of  St.  Mary,  Bedkelerde,  to  Llewelin, 
a  canon  of  that  house,  whose  election  as  prior  thereof  has  been  confirmed 
by  A.  bishop  of  Bangor. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  house. 

May  21.  Grant,  for  three  years,  to  William  le  Botiller,  lord  of  Weryngton,  of 

York.         pavage  for  his  town  of  Weryngton.  By  pet.  of  C. 

May  20.  Protection  with  clause  nolumm  for  one  year  for  Gilbert  de  Toudeby, 

York.         king's  Serjeant. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned,  viz. — 

William  de  Trailly,  parson  of  the  church  of  Northyevele. 

N.  cardinal-deacon  of  St.  Adrian's,  prebendary  of  South  Cave  in  the 
church  of  St.  Peter,  York,  and  of  King's  Sutton  {Sutton*  R,)  in  the 
same  church  {sic) ;  and  of  King's  Sutton  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary, 
Lincoln. 

Anian  ap  Yevan,  burgess  of  Beaumaris. 

Roger  son  of  John  de  Claybrok. 

May  27.  The  master,  brethren,  and  sisters  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Thomas  the 

Haverah.  Martyr  by  Estbrugge  in  the  city  of  Canterbury. 

William  de  RoUeston. 

William  de  Culpho,  parson  of  the  church  of  Sutton  {sic), 

Robert  de  Burgate. 

Robert  de  Yeteri  Ponte. 

June  25.  The  abbot  of  Jervaulx  {JerevalJ). 

York. 
May  20.  Mandate  to  Vivian  de  Staundon  to  execute  without  delay  two  former 

York.  mandates  to  him  touching  the  castle  of  Hardelagh,  viz.  to  deliver  the  castle 
to  Roger  de  Swynnerton,  to  whom  the  king  had  granted  the  custody 
thereof,  and  afterwards  on  1  June  14  Edward  II,  to  deliver  it  to  the  said 
Roger,  or  to  Adam  de  Wetenhale,  his  attomey,  with  its  armour,  victuals 
and  all  other  things  therein ;  and  he  is  also  to  deliver  the  issues  thereof 
which  have  accmed  since  1  June  aforesaid. 


16  EDWAED  II.— Pabt  2. 


127 


1322. 

May  27. 
Haverah. 

May  20. 

York. 


May  80. 

Bothwell. 


May  28. 
Haverah. 


May  80. 

May  28. 
Haverah. 


Jundl. 
Bothwell. 


June  2. 
Bothwell. 


June  1. 
Bothwell. 


Membrane  10 — cant. 

Pardon  to  Thomas  de  Wyntreshull,  an  adherent  of  the  late  rebels. 

By  p.s. 

Pardon  to  the  prioress  and  nuns  of  St.  Helens,  London,  for  gicquiring  in 
mortmain  without  licence  of  Edward  I.  or  of  the  king  the  following  gifts, 
to  wit,  from  Adam  le  Tayllur,  sometime  citizen  of  London,  and  Mary  his 
wife  a  tenement  in  Phelippeslane  in  the  parish  of  St.  Mary,  Aldermanne- 
bury,  London ;  from  William  Bernard,  *  teynturer,*  sometime  citizen  of 
London,  a  tenement  in  Syvthelane,  London,  in  the  parish  of  St.  Alulph, 
by  the  Tower,  London ;  from  Richard  de  Chiggewelle,  sometime*  citizen  of 
London,  three  shops  with  solars  over  them  in  the  parish  of  St.  Matthew, 
Fridaiestret,  London ;  and  from  Margery  de  Abynton,  called  la  Rous,  a 
tenement  in  the  parish  of  St.  Michael,  Comhull,  London,  bequeathed  by 
her  last  will ;  all  which  were  taken  into  the  king's  hands  by  Richard 
de  Rodeneye,  late  escheator  beyond  Trent ;  with  restitution  of  the  same. 

ByK. 

Grant  to  John  de  Coupeland,  king's  chaplain,  of  the  custody  of  the 
hospital  of  St.  Mary  Magdalene,  Preston  in  Aundemesse.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  the  sheriff  of  Lancaster  to  induct  him. 

Pardon  to  John  Hert  for  the  deaths  of  John  de  Eure,  knight,  and  of 
Richard  Uttyng  of  Topclef,  chaplain.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  Robert  de  Stanford,  an  adherent  of  Bartholomew  de  Badeles- 
mere,  a  rebel,  saving  to  the  king  the  escheat  and  forfeiture  of  all  his  lands, 
tenements  and  goods.'  By  p.s. 

Safe-conduct  for  one  year  for  the  men  of  John  de  Tumby,  king's 
merchant,  trading  to  divers  parts  of  the  realm.  By  p.s. 

Pardon  to  Richard  son  of  Nicholas  Bret  of  Fulford,  a  prisoner  in  the 
king's  gaol  within  the  liberty  of  Bouthum,  belonging  to  the  abbot  of  St. 
Mary's,  York,  charged  with  the  death  of  John  de  Dyghton  of  Bonnewyk, 
as  it  appears  by  the  record  of  John  de  Donecastre  and  his  fellows,  justices 
appointed  to  deliver  that  gaol,  that  he  killed  him  in  self-defence.        By  K. 

Grant  to  Richard  Camel,  king's  clerk,  of  the  chapel  within  the  castle  of 
Cliderhou.  By  p.s. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  in  Ireland  for  Robert  de 
Well,'  staying  in  England. 

Master  Richard  de  Clare,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating 
John  de  Balscote,  his  attorney  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

Thomas  de  Mountpelers,  going  to  Ireland,  has  letters  nominating  John 
de  Cotoun,  of  London,  and  Richard  de  Mountpelers,  his  attorneys  for  the 
same  time. 

William  Baudel,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating  Henry  de 
Bilton  his  attorney  for  two  years. 

Writ  de  intendendo  for  John  de  Balscote,  appointed  by  Richard  de 
Middelton,  king's  Serjeant,  keeper  of  the  market  of  Ireland,  during  his 
pleasure  to  be  his  deputy  in  that  office. 

Grant  for  life  to  Robert  de  Well'  of  the  king's  reversion  in  the  castles, 
manors,  lands,  rents,  services,  knights'  fees  and  advowsons  of  churches, 
which  he  and  Matilda  his  wife  hold  in  dower  of  the  inheritance  of  Roger  de 


128 


CALENDAB  OP  PATENT  BOLLS. 


1322. 


Membrane  10 — cont. 


Jane  1. 
Bothwell. 


June  2. 
BothwelL 


Clifford,  a  rebel,  deceased,  and  which  upon  her  death  will  as  escheats  revert 
to  the  king,  if  he  survive  his  said  wife.  By  p.s. 

Grant  for  life  to  Edmund  Gacelyn  of  the  manor  of  Cattemere,  co.  Berks, 
late  of  Eogo  Gacelyn,  a  rebel,  and  of  the  manor  of  Wroxhale,  co.  Wilts, 
late  of  John  de  Wroxhale,  a  rebel,  which  as  escheats  are  in  the  king*s  hands. 

By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  the  sheriffs  of  London  and  their  successors  to  give  effect  to 
the  king's  former  grant  to  John  Launge  and  Joan  his  wife,  then  damsel  of 
Isabell  the  king's  consort,  for  their  lives,  upon  the  said  John  bringing  news 
of  the  birth  of  Edward  the  king's  firstborn,  of  80/.  a  year  to  be  received  out 
of  the  farm  of  the  city  until  land  to  that  value  should  be  assigned  to  them, 
to  pay  the  same  at  the  terms  specified  in  the  grant,  as  it  appears  that  the 
said  John  and  Joan  have  not  as  yet  received  the  same.  By  p.s. 

Helmyng  de  Osenbrygg,  merchant,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters 
nominating  Robert  de  Maundevill  and  Roger  de  Nevill  his  attorneys  for 
one  year. 

Nicholas  de  Sanford,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service,  in  the 
company  of  Fulk  Lestraunge,  has  letters  nominating  Thomas  son  of 
Adam  de  Stile  his  attorney  for  three  years. 

Appointment  of  John  de  Penreth  as  warden  of  the  Marches  of  North- 
umberland, with  power  to  array  the  forces  of  the  county.  By  K. 

Writs  of  aid  for  him  to  the  sheriff  of  Northumberland;  and  to  the 
constables  and  keepers  of  castles,  fortalices,  cities  and  towns.  [Pari. 
Writs.]  By  K. 

June  22.  Protection  for  Master  Gilbert  de  Middelton,  archdeacon  of  Northampton, 

Bishopthorpe.  in  his  peaceable  possession  of  his  prebend  of  Horton,  in  the  diocese  of 

Worcester,  in  the  church  of  Salisbury.  By  K. 


June  8. 
Bothwell. 


June  4. 
Bothwell. 


June  1. 
Bothwell. 

May  10. 
York. 


May  28. 
Haverah. 


MEMBRANE   9. 

!Pardon  to  Eandalou  ap  Blethin  of  Angleseie  of  his  outlawry  for  the 
death  of  Howell  Voill  ap  Mureduch.  By  p.s. 

Grant  for  life  to  Hugh  le  Despenser  the  elder,  of  the  reversion  of  the 
manors  of  Boyton  and  Orcheston,  co.  Wilts,  which  Margaret,  late  the  wife 
of  John  Giffard,  the  elder,  holds  for  life  of  the  inheritance  of  John  son  of 
the  said  John,  a  rebel ;  and  of  the  manor  of  Elyston,  co.  Wilts,  which  she 
holds  in  dower  of  the  same  inheritance.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  the  said  Margaret  to  be  intendant  to  the  said  Hugh;  touching 
her  fealty. 

Pardon  to  William  de  Stapelton  for  the  death  of  John  de  Eure,  knight. 

By  p.s. 
The  like  to  the  following  for  the  death  of  the  said  John,  viz. — 

Geoffrey  Yelemund.  Robert  de  Corbrigge. 

Richard  de  Heddeleye.  John  de  Conyngham. 

Richard  de  Thorp.  William  de  Hortheworth. 

Thomas  de  Witton.  William  de  Masham. 

Thomas  Fox.  Thomas  de  Raynton. 

William  Those. 

Richard  Skinner  of  Durham  for  the  death  of  the  said  John,  and  of 
Richard  Uttyng  of  Topclif,  chaplain. 


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129 


1322. 

May  18. 
York. 


Jane  8. 
Bothwell. 


Membrane  9 — cont. 


June  15. 
Haddlesey. 
June  25. 

York. 

June  15. 

Haddlesey. 

June  21. 

Bishopthorpe. 


June  20. 
Bishopthorpe. 


June  1. 
Bothwell. 

June  1. 

Bothwell. 


June  6. 
Bothwell 


June  1. 

Bothwell. 


Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  N.  cardinal  deacon  of 
St.  Adrian's,  prebendary  of  Suthcave  in  the  church  of  St.  Peter,  York,  and 
of  King's  Sutton  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln. 

The  like  for  the  following,  viz. — 
Master  John  de  Malevile,  parson  of  the  church  of  Haukeshirst. 
Robert  de  la  Croiz,  parson  of  the  church  of  Ketelthorp. 
John  de  Ellerker,  clerk. 
The  abbot  of  Litteleye. 
Adam  del  Waise,  chaplain. 

Robert  de  Multon,  clerk. 
The  abbot  of  Haghenby. 
The  prior  of  Malton. 

Elena,  late  the  wife  of  Nicholas  Flemyng. 
The  abbot  of  Tynteme. 
The  abbot  of  Kyngeswod. 

Alice,  late  the  wife  of  John  le  Palmer  of  Notyngham,  making  the 
bridge  of  Hethebeth. 

John  de  Dalton  of  Pykeryng. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Presentation  of  Peter  de  Eelleseye  to  the  church  of  Aber,  in  the  diocese 
of  Bangor. 

Grant  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  and  Eleanor,  his  wife,  of  the 
king's  reversion  of  the.  manors  of  Stotfolde,  Haune  and  Wyliton,  co^ 
Bedford,  which  William  de  Brewosa  holds  for  life  of  the  inheritance  late  of 
John  de  Moubray,  a  rebel,  and  which  after  the  death  of  the  said  William 
will  fall  into  the  king's  hands  by  the  forfeiture  of  the  said  John.      By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  the  said  William  to  be  intendant  to  them  for  his  fealty. 

Grant  to  Gerard  Johannis,  Bonus  Philippi  and  Peter  Beyneri,  king's 
merchants,  merchants  of  the  society  of  the  Biurdi  of  Florence,  who  in  their 
own  name  and  that  of  the  said  society  have  undertaken  to  lend  the  king 
4,0002.  this  side  Midsummer,  and  to  whom  the  king  is  also  indebted  in  the 
sum  of  2,2982. 0^.  M.  viz.  298Z.  Os.  6(2.  paid  by  them  to  divers  men  in  the  11th 
year,  a  loan  of  1,8202.  delivered  by  them  in  the  Wardrobe  at  Gloucester  on 
9  February  last,  and  a  loan  of  1,020  marks  delivered  in  the  Wardrobe  on 
1  March  last,  as  appears  by  three  bills  sealed  with  the  seal  of  Roger  de 
Northburgh,  bishop  elect  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  then  keeper  of  the 
Wardrobe,  that  they  may  receive  and  hold  the  issues  of  the  customs  on 
wool,  hides  and  woolfells  in  the  ports  of  London,  Boston  and  Eyngeston 
upon  Hull  until  they  shall  be  satisfied  of  the  whole  amount  of  these  debts 
to  wit,  6,2982.  Qs,  6c2.,  and  of  any  other  debts  which  the  king  maybe  bound 
to  them.  By  p.s. 

Vacated  because  surrendered  and  cancelled  and  otherwise  below. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Hugh,  earl  of  Winchester,  to  Edmund  le 
Spycer  of  Canterbuiy  of  all  conspiracies  and  maintenance  of  false  quarrels 
perpetrated  by  him  in  the  county  of  Eent,  whereof  he  was  convicted  before 
Hervey  de  Staunton  and  his  fellows,  justices  in  eyre  in  that  county. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

24962  I 


180 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 
June  5. 

Rothwell. 


June  6, 
Rothwell. 


June  8. 
Haddlesey. 


June  10. 
Haddlesey. 


June  1. 
Bothwell. 

June  10. 
Haddleeey. 


June  8. 
Bothwell. 


Membrane  9 — rant. 

Writ  of  aid  for  one  year  for  Giles  de  Tholosa,  king's  serjeant,  charged 
by  the  steward  of  the  Household  and  keeper  of  the  Wardrobe  with  the 
purveyance  of  hay,  oats,  litter,  and  other  necessaries  for  the  office  of  the 
Marshalsea  of  the  Household ;  nothing  is  to  be  taken  in  the  fee  of  the 
church.  By  K. 

Protection  and  safe-conduct  for  two  years  at  the  request  of  John,  duke  of 
Brabant,  the  king's  nephew,  for  the  merchants  and  subjects  of  the  said 
duke,  coming  to  the  realm  to  trade.  By  E.  and  C. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  All  Saints  for  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl 
of  Carlisle,  staying  in  the  Marches  of  Scotland  on  the  king's  service.      By  p.s. 


The  like  for  the  following  staying  in 
John  de  Haverington. 
Anthony  de  Lucy. 
Ralph  de  Nevill. 
Ranulf  de  Dacre 
Richard  de  Hodeliston. 
John  de  Hartcla. 
Robert  le  Brune. 
Peter  de  TUholf . 
Patrick  de  Culwen. 
William  le  Blount. 


his  company : — 
Robert  de  Askeby. 
Gilbert  de  Lancastre. 
Robert  de  Bampton. 
Richard  de  Denton. 
Thomas  de  Laton 
John  le  Ginour. 
Henry  de  Tesdale. 
John  de  Laton. 
Richard  Crossethwait. 


Licence  for  the  prior  and  convent  of  Westacre  to  acquire  in  mortmain  iL 
a  year  of  land  and  rents  whether  of  their  own  fee,  or  of  the  fee  of  John  de 
Britannia,  earl  of  Richmond.  By  p.s. 

Presentation  of  Robert  de  Baldok,  the  younger,  to  the  church  of 
Bradeford  in  the  diocese  of  York.       ^  By  p.s. 

Pardon  to  Geofi&ey  de  Stonhous  of  his  outlawry  in  the  county  of 
Gloucester  for  not  appearing  before  Robert  de  Maddyngle  and  his  fellows, 
justices  of  oyer  and  terminer,  touching  a  trespass  committed  against  Aymer 
de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke,  by  the  said  Geoffrey  and  others  ;  provided 
he  surrender  forthwith  to  prison  if  the  earl  wishes  to  implead  him  thereof. 

Mandate  to  Henry  de  Chambemon  and  Reginald  de  Botereaux  to  induce, 
and  if  necessary  to  compel,  the  boroughs  of  Lanceveton,  Bodmyn,  Lyskiret 
and  Lostwythiel,  co.  Cornwall,  to  supply  at  once  their  proportion  of  the  aid 
of  armed  footmen  from  cities  and  boroughs  assessed  upon  them  respectively, 
to  wit,  three,  two,  one  and  three,  to  be  at  Newcastle  by  24  July.  [Pari. 
Wnts.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  following  in  the  under-mentioned  boroughs  to  supply  the 
number  of  armed  footmen  set  opposite  to  each  borough : — 

l'rn"d?KynTdesleye  1  S^O'teford.  co.  Essex.  3.     . 


(ieoffrey  de  Stokes 
Walter  de  Nevill 
John  de  la  Hayc 

John  de  Erleye 
John  de  Clevedon 

Roger  de  Chaundos 
Richard  de  Baskevill 


"^  Hertford,  co.  Hertford,  2. 

) 

j  Welles  8,  YevelcQstre  1,  Cherde  1, 
\   Taunton    3,    Axebrigg,   1, 
I  Somerset. 


CO. 


Leominstre,  co.  Hereford,  6. 


16   EDWARD  n.— Part  2. 


181 


1322. 


June  4. 
Bothwell. 


Membrane  9 — cont. 


Robert  de  Morby 
Reginald  Pavely 

Peter  son  of  Reginald 
John  de  Ifeld 


[Walyngford,  eo.  Berks,  4. 


\ 


Arundel  2,  Mithurst  1,  Stenig  and 

•    Brembre  2,  Lewes  4,  Horsham  1, 

.  CO.  Sussex.  [Pari.  Writs.] 

Pardon  to  Peter  de  Malo  Lacu,  kinsman  and  heir  of  Stephen  de  Malo 
Lacu,  deceased,  of  the  trespass  committed  by  the  latter  in  acquiring  without 
licence  of  Edward  I,  148  acres  of  land  and  meadow  in  Clyf*,  from  Anthony 
sometime  bishop  of  Durham,  and  his  successsors,  at  a  rent  of  15d.  for  each 
acre ;  with  restitution  of  the  land  to  him.  By  p.s. 


June  8. 
Rothwell. 


June  8. 
Rothwell. 


MEMBRANE   8, 

Commission,  after  recital  of  commission  of  array  and  that  the  Scots  are 
preparing  to  invade  England,  to  John  de  Wisham  and  John  de  Rythre,  to 
survey  the  array  of  men  between  sixteen  and  sixty  in  the  Westrithing,  co. 
York,  the  parts  of  Richemundshire  excepted,  where  the  king  wills  John  de 
Britannia,  earl  of  Richemund,  to  attend  to  the  matter ;  the  commissioners  are 
to  certify  the  king  of  the  number  of  men  fit  for  service.  [  Pari.  Writs.]      By  E. 

The  like  for  the  following : — 
Nicholas  de  Orey  in  the  Northtrithinge. 
Thomas  Ughtred  in  the  Estrithinge.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

The  like  for  John  de  Sutton,  Robert  le  Constable  of  Fleynburgh,  Edmund 
Wasteneys,  William  de  Beston,  John  de  Walkyngham  and  Robert  de 
Colevill,  lately  appointed  to  select  one  man  from  every  town  in  the  county 
of  York,  to  raise  2,000  foot  men  in  that  county  in  addition  to  t)ie  former 
levy ;  the  said  John  de  Sutton,  Edmund,  and  Robert  de  Colevill  are  to  lead 
the  men  to  Newcastle  upon  Tyne  by  24  July,  to  proceed  thence  against  the 
Scots,  receiving  the  king's  wages.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  counties  for  raising  the  number  of  foot 
men  set  opposite  to  each  county ;  the  commissioners  and  leaders,  unless 
otherwise  specified,  are  the  same  for  the  respective  counties  as  set  forth  on 
pp.  128-125. 

(   William  de  Dysny 
John  Darcy,  *  lunkle ' 
John  de  Ros 
,  Robert  Darcy 


Lincoln 


1,000;    John    and    John, 
leaders. 


( 


600. 


Warwick  and 

Leicester 

Salop 600. 

Worcester 800. 

Afterwards  Henry  do  Ribbesford  was  appointed  for  the  county  of 
Worcester  in  the  place  of  William  Corbet. 

Gloucester 600,    whereof    a    moiety 

from  the  forest  of 
Dene  ;  William 
Tracy,  leader. 

Northampton 500. 

Oxford  and       [  k^w> 

Berks  f ^^• 

Wilts 600. 


182 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Membrane  8 — cont. 


June  11. 
Haddlesey* 


June  8. 

Bothwell. 


June  8. 
Bothwell. 


} 


Surrey  and 
Sussex 
Norfolk 
Suffolk 
Essex  and 
Hertford 
Cambridge  and  f 
Huntingdon     f 
Rutland 
Kent    - 

Nottingham  and  \ 
Derby.  J 


1 


600 

600. 
800. 

600. 

400. 

200. 
400. 

600. 


i  whereof  800  from  the 
\     county  of  Sussex. 


Mandate  to  the  commissioners  for  the  above  mentioned  counties  to  act 
according  to  theit  commissions  without  any  delay.     [Pari,  Writs,] 

Commission  for  William  Dysny  and  John  Darcy  *  Tuncle,*  to  array  all 
men  between  16  and  60  in  the  parts  of  Lyndeseye  co.  Lincoln,  so  that  on 
receiving  three  days*  notice  they  may  be  ready  to  march  against  the  Scots. 
[Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 


The  like  for  the  following : — 


}■'• 


Alexander  de  Monte  Forti )   •    tt-.i»_j 
Alan  de  Multon  [  '°  ^"^""^ 


CO.  Lincoln. 


[Pari.  Wnts,] 

Commission  to  Robert  de  Echyngham  to  supervise  the  array  of  the  men 
from  each  town  in  the  counties  of  Kent  and  Sussex.  By  K. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  commissioners  [named]  of  array  for  the 
county  of  Sussex. 

The  like  to  those  for  the  county  of  Kent.     [Pari,  WHts,] 

Commission  to  the  said  Robert  de  Echyngham  to  raise  800  archers  in 
the  Welde  and  elsewhere  within  the  counties  of  Kent  and  Sussex,  to  be  at 
Newcastle  upon  Tyne  by  24  July  next.      [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 


June  10. 
Haddlesey. 


June  10. 

Haddlesey. 


MEMBRANE   7. 

Grant  in  fee  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  of  the  king's  reversion 
of  the  manor  of  Lyndeseles,  co.  Essex,  which  Jakemina,  late  the  wife  of 
Robert  de  Merk,  holds  for  life  of  the  inheritance  of  Bartholomew  de 
Badelesmere,  late  a  rebel,  and  which  upon  her  death  by  the  forfeiture 
incurred  by  the  said  Bartholomew  will  as  an  escheat  fall  into  the  king*s 
hands.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  the  said  Jacomina  to  be  intendant  to  the  said  Hugh  touching 
her  fealty. 

The  like  to  the  said  Hugh  and  Eleanor  his  wife  and  the  heirs  of  Eleanor 
of  the  manors  of  Shepton  and  Bureford,  co.  Oxford,  late  of  Maurice  de 
Berkele,  a  rebel,  which  as  an  escheat  by  forfeiture  have  fallen  into  the 
king's  hands.  By  p.s. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Pabt  2. 


188 


1322. 

Jane  11. 
Haddlesey. 


June  10. 
Haddlesey. 

Jane  15. 
Haddlesey. 


Jane  15. 
Haddlesey. 


Jane  15. 

Haddlesey. 


Jane  14. 
Haddlesey. 


Membrane    7 — cotit. 

Appointment  daring  pleasare  of  Master  Robert  de  Ayleston,  king's  clerk, 
to  the  castody  of  the  rolls  and  writs  before  the  jastices  of  the  Bench. 

By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  parsuance  to  the  justices  of  the  Bench  to  admit  him. 

Mandate  to  Adam  de  Herewynton  to  deliver  to  him  the  writs,  rolls  and 
memoranda,  which  are  in  his  castody. 

Association  of  Henry  de  Ribbesford,  in  the  room  of  William  Corbet,  who 
is  sick,  in  the  commissions  issued  to  the  said  William  and  Clement  de 
Dunclent  of  array  in  the  county  of  Worcester.     [Pari,  WriUi.]  By  K. 

Mandate  to  John  Bustard  and  Thomas  Fairfax,  commissioners  of  array, 
appointed  by  the  commission  dated  6  April  last,  directing  them  to  master 
the  men  of  the  wapentake  of  Aynsty,  co.  York,  and  to  have  them  at 
Enaresburgh  by  Sunday  next  [20  June]  to  go  thence  against  the  Scots. 
Names  of  persons  who  have  refused  to  obey  are  to  be  certified  to  John  de 
Wysham,  the  surveyor  of  the  array,  who  has  power  to  punish  such 
defaulters.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  commissioneArs  of  array  in  the  other  wapentakes,  towns 
and  liberties  of  the  county  of  York  [as  set  forth  on  pp.  98-99] ,  the  places  of 
muster  to  be  Knaresburgh,  Pontefract  and  Pykering.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

Mandate  to  John  de  Wyshanr  and  John  de  Rythre,  to  punish  all 
defaulters  whose  names  shall  be  laid  before  them  by  the  commissioners  of 
array  for  the  wapentakes  of  Stratford,  Barkeston,  Osgodcrosse  and 
Stayncrosse  in  the  Westrithinge,  co.  York  ;  John  de  Rythre  is  to  be  at  the 
town  of  Pontefract  on  Sunday,  20  June,  to  receive  the  levies  and  to  lead 
them  on  the  king's  service  as  he  shall  be  commanded.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

By  K.  and  C. 

The  like  mandate  to  the  same  surveyors  relative  to  the  rest  of  the 
Westrithinge ;  John  de  Wysham  is  to  be  by  the  same  date  at  Enaresburgh 
to  receive  the  levies  and  lead  to  them  onwards.  [Pari.  Writs,]    By  E.  and  C. 

The  lik^  mandate  to  Thomas  Ughtred  for  the  Estrithinge,  co.  York ;  he 
is  to  be  at  Pykering  at  the  same  day  to  receive  them.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

By  E.  and  C. 

The  like  to  Nicholas  de  Grey  for  the  Northtrithing,  co.  York.  [Pari, 
Writs.]  By  E.  and  C, 

Mandate,  with  recital  of  the  proclamations  of  array  according  to  the 
statute  of  Winchester,  to  John  de  Britannia,  earl  of  Richemund,  to  array  all 
the  men  of  his  liberty  of  Richemund ;  and  if  there  are  any  persons  not 
included  by  that  statute  whose  goods  and  chattels  are  sufficient  to  allow 
them  to  be  armed,  they  are  to  be  assessed  to  arms  in  the  same  manner ; 
also  power  to  him  to  punish  defaulters.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  E. 

Grant  in  fee  to  Master  Robert  de  Baldok,  king's  clerk,  archdeacon  of 
Middlesex,  of  all  the  right  which  falls  to  the  king  by  the  forfeiture  of  Roger 
de  Clifford,  late  a  rebel,  in  all  the  knights'  fees  which  John  de  Crumbewell 
and  Idonia  his  wife  and  the  said  Roger  jointly  held  in  Eymberworth, 
Scauceby,  Brodesworth,  Pikebourne,  Skeldebrok  and  Stokwell,  co.  York ; 
Peverelthorp,  Staneford,  Torlacton,  Shelton  and  Flaubergh,  co.  Nottingham ; 
Lambourn,  co.  Essex  ;  Lasham,  co.  Southampton ;  Burton  by  Bannebury, 
Prestecote  and  Suthford,  co.  Oxford  ;  of  the  inheritance  of  the  said  Idonia 
and  Roger.  Also  of  the  king's  reversion  of  the  manor  of  Shaldeford, 
CO.  Surrey,  which  Robert  de  Monte  Alto  and  Emma  his  wife  hold  in  dower 
of  the  said  Emma  of  the  same  inheritance.  By  writ  of  secret  seal* 


184 


CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

June  10. 

Haddlesey. 


June  16. 
Haddlesey. 


June  20. 

Bishopthorpe. 

June  28. 
York. 

June  14. 
Haddlesey. 

June  12. 
Haddlesey. 


June  16. 
Haddlesey. 


June  17. 
Haddlesey. 


June  12. 
Haddlesey. 


Juno  10. 
Haddlesey. 


June  18. 
Haddlesey. 


MEMBRANE    6. 

Protection  with  olause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Adam  de  Viane  of 
Lincoln,  merchant,  with  ships,  going  to  the  south  to  buy  victuals  and 
other  goods  and  to  convey  the  same  to  York  and  Newcastle  upon  Tyne 
and  elsewhere  in  the  north,  on  condition  that  he  does  not  take  them 
elsewhere  and  does  not  communicate  with  the  Scots  rebels  or  the 
Flemings.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  persons,  viz. — 
Henry  de  Souerby  of  Lincoln,  merchant. 

Martin  de  Dullyngham,  merchant. 

Hamo  le  Barbur,  merchant. 

John  de  Goushill  of  Theford. 

Robert  Maupas  and  Walter  his  brother,  and  Stephen  Dyngel. 

Robert  Chapman  of  Wridlyngton. 

Richard  Derman,  merchant,  of  Ravenserodde. 

Oeoffirey  de  Wintryngham  of  Paule. 
Thomas  Wisman,  merchant. 

Safe  conduct  until  Christmas  for  the  servants  whom  John  de  Thomegge, 
John  de  Bamme  and  John  de  Walsyngham,  are  sending  in  their  ship  called 
La  Maryarete  of  Lenne  to  bring  victuals  from  Norway  into  England. 

Protection  for  one  year  for  Robert  de  Heycroft,  warden  of  the  work  of 
the  bridge  and  causey  of  Hull,  going  to  divers  parts  of  the  counties  of  York 
and  Lincoln  to  beg  alms  for  the  repair  and  maintenance  of  the  said  bridge 
and  causey. 

Protection  and  safe  conduct  until  Michaelmas  for  Robert  de  Multon, 
king's  clerk,  appointed  receiver  of  the  issues  of  the  castles  and  lands, 
of  Thomas,  late  earl  of  Lancaster,  and  other  rebels,  and  also  of  others  in  the 
county  of  Lincoln,  being  in  the  king's  hands,  who  is  about  to  send  to  the 
king  the  money  accruing  from  the  said  issues,  or  for  his  servants  conveying 
such  money  to  the  king. 

Presentation  of  Master  John  de  Braybrok  to  the  church  of  Lappeford  in 
the  diocese  of  Exeter.  By  p.s. 

The  like  of  William  de  Braibroc  to  the  church  of  Repton  Abbots  in  the 
diocese  of  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  late  voidance  of  the 
abbey  of  Ramesey.  By  p.s. 

Licence  for  Henry  Wade  to  grant  to  Robert  atte  Reye  and  Gilbert  atte 
Reye  his  reversion  in  a  messuage,  2  carucates  of  land  and  lis.  of  rent  in 
Estcleydon,  held  in  chief  as  of  the  honor  of  Peverel,  which  Alan  Darches 
and  Juliana  his  wife  hold  in  dower  of  the  said  Juliana  of  the  inheritance  of 
the  said  Henry.  By  fine  of  1  mark. 

Pardon  to  Robert  Brien  of  Felmyngham  and  James  Ryghtwys  of  South- 
birlyngham  for  acquiring  in  fee  without  licence  a  sixth  part  of  the  manors 
of  Felmyugham  and  Bekham,  with  the  advowsons  of  the  church  of  Bekham. 
and  of  a  fourth  part  of  the  church  of  Felmyngham,  co.  Norfolk,  from  John, 
parson  of  the  said  fourth  part  of  the  church  of  Felmyngham,  who  held  the 
same  in  chief ;  with  restitution  of  the  same.  By  fine  of  1  mark. 

Protection  for  one  year  for  Michael  Child,  master  of  the  ship  called  La 
Blithe  of  Jernemuth,  whom  J.  bishop  of  Norwich,  the  chancellor,  is 
sending  with  the  said  ship  to  divers  parts  of  the  realm  to  purvey  \ictuals 


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185 


1322. 


June  8. 

Haddlesey. 


June  15. 
Haddlesey. 


June  18. 

Haddlesey. 


Membrane  6 — cont, 

at  his  expense  for  his  maintenance  and  that  of  the  clerks  of  the  king's 
Chancery. 

Presentation  of  Thomas  de  Eggefeld,  king's  clerk,  to  the  church  of 
Thirsford  in  the  diocese  of  Norwich,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his 
custody  of  the  land  and  heir  of  Robert  de  Burgeloun,  tenant  in  chief. 

Grant  for  life  to  Ralph  Basset  of  Drayton  of  the  manors  of  Hameldon 
and  Market  Overton,  co.  Rutland,  late  of  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere,  a 
rebel,  with  the  knights'  fees,  advowsons  of  churches  and  liberties,  which 
as  escheats  are  in  the  king's  hands.  By  p.s. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Eleanor  de  Percy,  the  king's  kinswoman,  and 
in  consideration  of  a  fine  of  100  marks,  to  John  de  Dalton  of  Pykeryng,  late 
bailiff  of  Thomas,  then  earl  of  Lancaster,  a  rebel,  as  an  adherent  of  the  said 
earl ;  with  restitution  of  his  lands  and  goods.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Henry  de  Percy,  who,  by  virtue  of  a  commission  directed  to 
him  to  arrest  contrariants  and  rebels  in  the  county  of  York,  had  arrested  the 
said  John  de  Dalton  as  an  adherent  of  the  earl  of  Lancaster,  and  who  had 
been  conmianded  by  the  king,  at  the  request  of  Eleanor  his  mother,  the 
king's  kinswoman,  and  his  own,  and  upon  the  mainprize  of  Eleanor  and 
Henry,  to  release  the  said  John  from  arrest ;  he  is  not  to  meddle  further 
with  the  said  John  but  to  deliver  to  him  his  lands,  tenements  and  goods 
which  had  been  taken  by  the  said  Henry  into  the  king's  hands  and  also  the 
other  goods  which  by  the  said  mainprize  the  king  had  caused  to  be  delivered 
to  the  said  Henry  and  Eleanor,  together  with  the  issues  received  from 
the  said  lands  and  tenements  from  the  date  of  the  caption  thereof  into  the 
king's  hands  :  he  and  the  said  Eleanor  are  to  be  discharged  herein  against 
the  king. 

Mandate  to  Thomas  de  Burgh,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  to  deliver  to 
the  said  John  his  lands  and  tenements  above  mentioned  together  with  their  . 
issues  ;  and  he  is  not  to  harass  him  contrary  to  the  tenor  of  these  letters. 

The  like  mandate  to  Thomas  Ughtret,  constable  of  the  castle  of  Pykeryng. 

June  21.         Grant  to  William  de  Clyf',  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of  Stoke  by 
Bishopthorpe.  Newerk  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of 
the  temporalities  of  the  see  being  [lately]  in  his  hands. 
Mandate  in  pursuance  to  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln.  By  K. 


June  18. 
Haddlesey. 


Grant  to  John,  bishop  of  Norwich,  the  chancellor,  of  the  custody,  during 
the  minority  of  the  heir,  of  the  lands  late  of  Robert  Burgeloun,  tenant  in 
chief,  as  of  the  honor  of  Albemarle ;  also  of  the  lands  which  the  mother  of 
the  said  Robert,  now  deceased,  had  held  in  dower  of  his  inheritance,  in  the 
king's  hands  for  the  like  cause ;  together  with  the  marriage  of  the  heir. 

By  p.s. 

June  20.         Mandate  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent, 

Bishopthorpe.  ^o  restore  the  temporalities  of  Chirebury  priory  to  Hugh  de  Hereford,  a 

canon  of  that  house,  elected  to  be  prior  thereof,  A.  bishop  of  Hereford 

having  confirmed  his  election.  By  K. 

Writ  de  inUnidewlo  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  priory. 


June  18. 
Haddlesey. 


Licence  for  John  son  Geoffrey  le  Somenour  of  Berkhampstcde  to  enfeoff 
Thomas  son  of  John  de  la  Haye  of  Hemelhempstede  of  a  messuage,  30  acres 
of  land,  and  4  acres  of  meadow  in  Berkhampstede,  of  the  bailiwick  of  the 
liberty  of  the  honor  of  Berkhampstede,  which  are  held  in  chief  as  of  the 
honor  of  Berkhampstede.  By  fine  of  i  mark. 


186 


CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


■iQoo  Membrane  6 — cont, 

June  21.  The  like  for  Henry  son  of  Robert  de  Percy,  to  grant  to  Geoffrey  le  Scrope, 

Bishopthorpe.  king's  Serjeant,  and  his  heirs  8  acres  of  land,  6  a-cres  of  wood,  and  the  stank 

of  a  mill  in  Wharrum,  and  the  advowson  of  the  church  of  Wharrum,  which 
are  held  in  chief.  By  fine  of  i  mark. 


June  16. 
Haddlesey. 


Association  of  William  de  Aune,  constable  of  the  castle  of  Tykhill,  in  the 
commissions  of  array  directed  to  Edmund  Wasteneys  and  William  son  of 
William  for  the  wapentake  of  Strafford,  co.  York.      [ParL  Writs,']      By  K. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 


June  10. 
Haddlesey. 


MEMBRANE    5. 

Mandate  and  request  to  all  persons  of  the  cantred  of  Eggelfeld  and  the 
commotes  thereof,  to  come  properly  armed  to  the  king's  assistance  in  the 
Scotch  expedition,  as  their  laudable  assistance  lately  given  when  the  king 
was  pursuing  the  rebels  in  the  Marches  of  Wales  makes  the  king  confident 
they  will  be  ready  to  do  so ;  they  are  not  to  take  it  ill  that  their  petitions 
before  the  king  and  Council  in  the  parliament  at  York  were  postponed  as 
the  king  was  fully  occupied  preparing  for  the  said  expedition,  but  on  the 
king's  return  they  shall  be  attended  to.     [ParL  Writs,]  By  K. 

The  like  to  those  of  the  following  commotes,  lands  and  cantreds : — 
The  commotes  of  Stradalym  and  Hawardyn. 
The  land  of  Hope. 
The  commote  of  Maylaursaesnek. 
The  commote  of  Elsmer  without  the  county  of  Flynt. 
The  land  of  Maylauriemrayk  called  Brumfeld. 
The  cantred  of  Diffrinclut  and  the  commotes  therein. 
The  county  of  Eaernarvan  and  the  cantreds  and  commotes  therein. 
The  county  of  Angleseye,  and  the  commotes  therein. 
The  county  of  Merionyth,  and  the  commotes  therein. 
The  land  and  lordship  of  Oswaldestrete,  and  the  cantreds  therein. 
The  commote  of  Diffrintuedeyt,  and  the  lordship  of  Clone. 
The  land  of  Chirk,  and  the  commotes  and  towns  therein. 
The  land  of  Knokyn. 

The  land  of  la  Pole,  and  the  cantreds  and  commotes  therein. 
The  cantred  of  Kedeweyn,  and  the  commote  of  Kery. 
The  commote  of  Guerthrynaun,  and  the  cantred  of  Maylyebit. 
The  land  of  Radenore,  and  the  commotes  therein. 
The  cantred  of  Elvael,  and  the  commotes  therein. 
The  land  of  Hundyton  and  la  Haye,  and  the  commotes  therein. 
The  land  of  Breghnogh,  and  the  cantred  of  Theodos. 
The  cantred  of  Talgargh. 
The  cantred  of  Cantreffelewe. 

The  land  of  Cantrebicham,  and  the  cantreds  therein. 
The  land  of  Gower,  and  the  commotes  therein. 
The  cantred  of  Ked welly,  and  the  commote  of  Kamegwelliaun. 
The  land  of  Wydynton. 

The  county  of  Eaermerdyn  and  the  commotes  therein. 
The  county  of  Pembrok  and  the  cantreds  therein. 
The  county  of  Kardygan,  and  the  cantreds  and  commotes  therein. 
The  seven  cantreds  of  Morgannou. 
The  land  of  Cantrefmaur,  and  the  commotes  therein. 
The  cantred  of  Buwelt  and  the  commotes  therein. 
The  commote  of  Yale. 


16   EDWARD  II.— Part  2.  187 


nooo  Membrane  6 — cont. 

The  cantred  of  lios. 

The  cantred  of  Rygwenyok. 

The  commote  of  Kemmeyth. 

The  land  of  Angleseye  in  North  Wales.     [Pari.  Writs,] 

June  20.         Grant  to  Hugh  de  Say,  William  de  Heyshagh  and  Robert  Parlebien  of 

Bishopthorpe.  pontage  for  three  years  in  aid  of  the  repair  of  the  causey  of  Longeford, 

between  the  towns  of  Bletcheley  and  Neweport,  and  of  the  bridge  over  the 

river  Tyrne  there,  co.  Salop.  By  pet  of  C. 

June  21.         Appointment  during  pleasure  of  Robert  de  Notingham,  king's  clerk,  to 

Bishopthorpe.  ^^e  office  of  remembrancer  of  the  Exchequer,  which  Adam  de  Lymbergh 

lately  held ;  at  the  usual  fee.       By  K.  on  the  information  of  the  Treasurer. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  treasurer  and  barons  of  the  Exchequer  to 

admit  him  and  to  deliver  to  him  the  rolls,  mamoranda  and  other  things 

pertaining  to  that  office.      [Pari,  Writs.] 

June  21.  Grant  to  Master  John  de  Stratford,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of  Bere 

Bishopthorpe.  and  Chermynistre  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Salisbury,  in  the  king's  gift 
by  reason  of  the  late  voidance  of  the  bishopric  of  Salisbury. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  Baldok. 
Mandate  in  pursuance  to  R.  bishop  of  Salisbury  to  admit  him  thereto. 

By  E.  on  the  like  information. 

Prohibition  directed  to  the  dean  and  chapter  of  Salisbury  against 
admitting  any  other  person  than  the  said  Master  John  to  that  prebend ; 
and  against  attempting  anything  to  the  prejudice  of  the  king's  right. 

By  E.  on  the  like  information. 

June  15.         Grant  to  William  de  Ayremynne,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of  Massham 

Haddlesey.    in  the  church  of  St.  Peter,  York,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  late 

voidance  of  the  archbishopric  of  York.  By  p.s. 

Renewal  to  the  said  W^illiam  of  his  collation  to  the  said  prebend,  which 
the  king  had  as  pertaining  to  his  gift  by  reason  of  the  then  voidance  of  the 
archbishopric  of  York  granted  to  him  heretofore  but  afterwards  had 
commanded  him  to  stay  his  prosecution  of  the  said  collation  because  George 
de  Saluciis,  king's  kinsman,  intermeddled  therein  in  the  court  of  Rome,  the 
said  George  being  now  dead.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  W.  archbishop  of  York  to  induct  the  said 
W^illiam. 

Prohibition,  after  recital  of  the  above  grant  and  of  the  mandate  to  the 
said  archbishop,  directed  to  the  dean  and  chapter  of  York  against  admitting 
any  other  person  than  the  said  Master  William  to  the  prebend,  and  against 
attempting  anything  that  may  be  to  the  prejudice  of  the  king's  right. 

By  p.s. 

June  28.         Master  Andrew  Sapiti,   staying  in   the    court    of    Rome,   has  letters 
York.         nominating  Peter  Sapiti  and  Stephen  Gucii  of  Florence  his  attorneys  in 
Ireland  for  two  years. 

[June  28.]         Grant  for  life  to  Simon  Warde,  sheriff  of  York,  of  the  manor  of  Horden 
York.         in  the  bishopric  of  Durham,  late  of  Robert  de  Holand,  who  being  charged 
with  being  an  adherent  of  Thomas,  sometime  earl  of  Lancaster,  surrendered 
to  the  king's  will,  whereby  the  said  manor  is  at  the  king's  disposal. 

Also  grant  to  him  of  the  manor  of  Hewyk,  co.  York,  late  of  Nicholas  de 
Hewyk,  rebel,  which  as  an  escheat  has  come  into  the  king's  hands. 

By  p.s.   [6065.] 


188  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


Membrane  6 — cont. 


1322. 

June  27.  Notification  to  all  whom  it  may  concern  that  the  temporalities  of  the 
York.  archbishopric  of  York  by  reason  of  the  voidance  thereof  were  in  the  king's 
hands  and  custody  from  6  December  9  Edward  II,  the  day  of  the  death  of 
William  de  Grenfeld,  the  late  archbishop,  until  8  October,  11  Edward  II, 
the  day  upon  which  the  king  took  the  fealty  of  and  restored  the  temporalities 
to  William  de  Melton,  the  present  archbishop,  as  appears  by  the  inspection 
of  the  memoranda  of  the  Exchequer  touching  the  caption  of  the  temporalities, 
and  by  inspection  of  the  rolls  of  the  Chancery  touching  the  taking  of 
fealty  and  the  restitution  of  the  temporalities. 

Juno  27.         Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke,  executor  of  the  will  of  Joan  de 
York.         Valencia,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating  Walter  Curteys  his 
attorney  in  Ireland  for  three  years. 

The  said  earl,  staying  in  England,  has  like  letters  nominating  the  same 
Walter  his  attorney  in  Ireland  for  the  same  time. 

June  10.         Presentation  of   William  de  Werdale,  king's  clerk,    to  the  church   of 
Haddlcsey.    Aberfrowe  in  the  diocese  of  Bangor. 

June  26.  Pardon  to  Thomas  de  Henton,  treasurer  of  the  cathedral  church  of  Exeter, 
York.  for  acquiring  in  mortmain  to  him  and  his  successors,  treasurers  of  the  said 
church,  21^  acres  of  land  in  Morkeshull  from  Ralph  de  MorkeshuU,  in 
exchange  for  Ij  acres  of  land  which  he  granted  in  fee  to  the  said  Ralph. 
The  said  Ralph  may  also  hold  the  land  received  in  exchange  without  bein^ 
molested  by  the  king  or  his  ministers.  By  fine  of  }  mark. 

June  21.         Pardon  to  Henry  de  Glastyngbury  for  acquiring  for  life  without  licence 
York.         from  Thomas,  sometime  earl  of  Lancaster,  40Z.  a  year  of  rent  to  be  received 
out  of  the  manor  of  Colyngbum,  which  the  earl  held  in  chief,  and  which  by 
reason  of  the  forfeiture  incurred  by  him  has  come  into  the  king's  hands. 

By  fine  of  40«. 


MEMBRANE  4. 

Juno  25.         Protection  with  clause  noliunm  for  one  year  for  Hugh  de  Wellewik,  par- 
York,         son  the  church  of  Hurselegh. 

June  28.         Pardon  to  John  de  Drayton  as  an  adherent  of  Bartholomew  de  Badeles- 
York.         mere,  a  rebel.  By  p.s. 

Vacateii  because  otherwise  below, 

June  26.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Thomas  W^ake,  the  king's 
York.  kinsman,  of  a  messuage  in  the  town  of  Neuton  to  found  and  build  a  religious 
house  of  whatever  order  he  will,  and  for  the  assignment  to  such  house,  to 
be  held  in  frank  almoin,  of  a  messuage  and  a  carucate  of  land  in  Neuton 
and  Cotyngham,  and  the  advowson  of  the  church  of  Cotyngham,  which  he 
holds  in  chief  ;  licence  also  for  the  appropriation  of  the  said  church. 

By  p.s. 

June  28.  Grant  to  Roger  de  Waltham,   king's  clerk,   of  the  archdeaconry  of 

York.         Buckingham  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by 
reason  of  the  temporalities  of  that  see  being  [lately]  in  his  hands.      By  p.s. 
Mandate  in  pursuance  to  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln. 

June  80.         Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  John  de  Horstede  of  a 

York.        messuage,  80  acres  of  land,  4  acres  of  meadow,  40  acres  of  heath,  and  15^. 

of  rent  in  Nerford  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  Westacre  to  find  a  chaplain 


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Metnbrane  4 — cont, 

to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  their  church  for  the  soul  of  the  said  John 
and  the  souls  of  his  ancestors  and  all  the  faithful  departed. 

By  fine  of  1  mark. 

June  80.  The  like  to  the  prior  and  brethren  of  the  hospital  of  St.  John,  Lichefeld, 

York.  by  Henry  de  Lichefeld,  chaplain,  of  2  messuages  and  a  carucate  of  land  in 
Kussale  and  Ordeseye,  which  are  held  of  William  de  Boueles  and  are  worth 
in  all  their  issues  ISs.  id,  a  year  as  appears  by  inquisition  made  by 
Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent,  in  part  satis- 
faction of  a  licence  to  acquire  102.  a  year  of  land  and  rents. 

July  1.  Grant  to  John,  bishop  of  Norwich,  the  chancellor,  of  that  which  apper- 

York.         tains  to  the  king  of  the  marriage  of  Joan,  late  the  wife  of  Robert  le 

Burgilloun,  tenant  in  chief,  to  wit,  the  fine  if  she  shall  make  any  with  the 

king  for  her  marriage,  or  the  forfeiture  incurred  by  her  by  marrying  without 

fine  to  the  king  or  the  licence  of  the  bishop.  By  K. 

June  26.         Pardon  at  the  instance  of  Master  John  de  Stretford,  king's  clerk,  arch- 
York,         deacon  of  Lincoln,  to  Master  Richard  Bachiler  of  the  county  of  Warrewyk 
for  not  appearing  before  the  king  to  answer  Joan  daughter  of  Robert  de 
Eston,  who  appealed  him  of  rape  and  breach  of  the  king's  peace.        By  E. 

June  80.  Protection  with  clause  nolumua  for  one  year  for  Richard  de  Middelton, 

York.         *  paneter,*  king's  yeoman. 

The  like  for  :— 
Joan,  late  the  wife  of  John  de  Styveton. 
Henry  de  Lychefeld,  parson  of  the  church  of  Condovere. 
Elizabeth,  late  the  wife  of  John  de  Styveton. 
Master  James  Synebaud,  archdeacon  of  Winchester. 

July  J  ^^®  P*^^^  ^^  Llanthony  Prima  in  Wales,  staying  in  Wales,  has  letters 

York.  nominating  David  de  la  Roche,  and  John  son  of  William  de  Colp,  hagarder, 
his  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

June  80.         Pardon  to  Arnold  Michol,  merchant  of  Besatz,  an  adherent  of  Thomas, 
York.         sometime  earl  of  Lancaster.  By  p.8. 

June  26  Whereas  the  king  learned  from  an  inquisition  ad  quod  damnxtm  made  by 

York.  ^^3  bailiffs  of  Scartheburgh  that  it  would  not  be  to  his  loss  or  that  of  others 
or  the  injury  of  that  town  if  he  should  grant  to  the  guardian  and  Friars 
Minors  staying  therein  a  licence  to  enclose  a  lane  called  ^  le  Dumple  '  in  the 
said  town,  provided  that  they  made  on  their  own  soil  another  way,  as  large 
and  convenient  for  persons  passing  there,  except  perhaps  to  the 
prejudice  of  the  Friars  Preachers  staying  in  the  town,  to  whom  the 
king  had  by  letters  patent  granted  licence  to  pave  the  said  lane  so 
that  it  should  never  be  obstructed  or  narrowed ;  and  whereas  by  another 
inquisition  made  afterwards  by  the  said  bailiffs  in  the  presence  of  the  prior 
of  the  said  Friars  Preachers  the  king  learned  that  a  lane  might  be  made  by 
the  said  Friars  Minors  in  place  of  the  lane  called  ^  le  Dumple '  as  convenient 
and  large  and  in  all  things  as  useful  and  necessary  as  well  to  the  king  as 
the  commonalty  of  the  town  and  to  the  passage  of  the  said  Friars  Preachers 
to  places  without  the  town  and  of  all  others  who  wish  to  approach  them, 
and  in  all  other  things  whatever  as  the  said  lane  called  *•  le  Dumple,' 
if  it  were  completed  in  the  manner  in  which  the  said  guardian 
and  Friars  Minors  have  promised  the  commonalty  of  the  town; 
the  king  grants  licence  to  the  said  guardian  and  Friars  Minors  to 
enclose  the  said  lane  and  to  hold  it  to  them  and  their  /successors  for  the 
enlargement  of  their  dwelling-place,  the  grant  to  the  Friars  Preachers  of 


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1322. 


Membrane  4 — ccmU 


licence  to  pave  the  same  notwithstanding,  provided  that  the  Friars  Minors 
make  on  their  own  soil  a  lane  in  the  manner  ahove  set  forth  before  they 
inclose  the  said  lane  called  '  le  Dumple.'  By  p.s. 

July  2.  Presentation  of  John  de  Donestaple  to  the  church  of  Croxton  in  the 

York.         diocese  of  Lincoln. 

June  80.         John  de  Either,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating  Walter 
York.         Curteys  his  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  three  years. 

July  2.  Writ  of  aid  for  Henry  de  Bello  Monte,  appointed  warden  of  the  Marches 

York.         for  the  defence  thereof  against  the  Scots,  but  this  is  to  be  without  prejudice 

to  the  commission  issued  to  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  who  is  to 

be  fully  obeyed.      [Ftrdera  :  Pari,  Writs,]  By  K. 

July  2.  Mandate  to  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  warden  of  the  Marches  of 

York.  Scotland,  as  the  king  does  not  wish  the  said  levies  to  muster  at  Newcastle 
upon  Tyne,  to  assemble  the  levies  of  Cumberland,  Westmoreland  and 
Lancaster  for  the  repulse  of  the  Scots  who  are  about  to  invade  the  Marches ; 
he  is  to  warn  all  men  of  the  Marches  to  drive  their  cattle  for  safety  to  the 
parts  of  Richemund,  Clyveland,  or  other  places  in  the  county  of  York. 
[Fadera  :  Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

July  8.  Protection  during  pleasure,  with  clause  nolumus,  for  persons  so  driving 

York.         their  animals  to  the  parts  of  Clyveland  and  Rychemund  and  other  places 

in  the  county  of  York ;  directed  to  the  sheriff  of  York,  ministers  and  others 

in  that  county.      [Fredera,]  By  K. 

July  1.  Orant  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,   the  younger,  lord  of  Glamorgan  and 

York.  Morgannou,  reducing  the  levy  to  be  made  from  his  lordships  from  1,000 
footmen  to  600.     [Pari.  Writs,] 


MEMBRAXE  3. 

June  17.         Order  that  Jordan  de  Kynebell,  king's  chaplain,  is  to  celebrate  divine 

Haddlesey.    service  daily  for  his  life  within  the  king's  castle  of  Tuttebury  for  the  souls 

of  the  king's  ancestors,  receiving  for  his  maintenance  out  of  the  issues  of 

the  castle  as  much  as  any  chaplain  there  in  the  time  of  Thomas,  sometime 

earl  of  Lancaster,  was  wont  to  receive.  By  p.s. 

June  12.         Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  two  years  for  John  de  Cherleton, 

Bishopthorpe.  king's  merchant,  mayor  of  the  staple  of  wool,  his  men,  servants,  goods  and 

possessions.  By  K. 

June  28.         Licence  for  W.  bishop  of  Exeter  and  his  successors  to  enclose  with  a 

York.        stone  wall  the  close  and  dwelling  place  of  his  episcopal  palace  in  Exeter, 

and  to  crenellate  the  same.  By  K. 

June  28.         Mandate  to  John  de  Dufiford,   escheator    in   Lreland,   to  restore  the 

Bishopthorpe.  temporalities  of  the  bishopric  of   Heath  to  John,  late  bishop    of  Cork, 

transferred  to  the  church  of  Meath  by  Pope  J[ohn].  By  K. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  the  knights  and  other  tenants  of  the  said 

bishopric. 

June  25.         The  like  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent, 
York.         to  restore  the  temporalities  of  the  abbey  of  Abyndon  to  John  de  Canyngges, 
the  prior,  preferred  to  be  abbot  thereof  by  B.  bishop  of  Salisbury. 
Writ  de  intendemh  directed  to  the  knights  and  tenants  of  the  abbey. 


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141 


1322. 

June  28. 
York. 


June  28. 
York. 


June  18. 
Haddlesey. 


June  25. 
York. 


June  27. 
York. 


June  25. 
York. 

June  28. 
York. 


July  8. 
York. 

June  28. 
York. 


June  6. 

Rothwell. 


Membrane  8 — cont. 

Licence,  after  inquisition  ad  quod  damnum  made  by  Thomas  de  Burgh, 
king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain 
by  Master  Philip  de  Beverlaco,  of  2  tofts,  10  acres  of  land,  5  acres  of 
meadow  and  pasture  for  11  oxen  in  Paghel  to  a  chaplain  to  celebrate 
divine  service  daily  in  the  chapel  of  St.  Mary  the  Virgin,  Molscroft,  the 
said  land,  meadow  and  pasture  being  held  in  chief  as  of  the  honor  of 
Albemarle  by  the  service  of  8rf.  yearly.  By  K. 

Grant,  at  the  request  of  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  to  William 
Lovel  of  what  pertains  to  the  king  of  the  marriage  of  Margery,  late  the 
wife  of  Henry  de  Valence,  tenant  in  chief,  to  wit,  the  fine,  if  any,  or 
forfeiture  to  be  incurred  by  her  by  marrying  without  licence.  By  p.s. 

Protection  until  All  Saints  with  clause  volumus  for  James  Sinobaldi  of 
Florence,  archdeacon  of  Winchester,  staying  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king*s 
service  in  the  company  of  R.  bishop  of  Winchester.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  persons  staying  with  the  said  bishop, 
viz. — 

Bertrand  de  Asserio,  parson  of  the  church  of  Fresshwatre. 
John  de  Malmesbury,  parson  of  the  church  of  Dorkyng. 
Thomas  de  London,  parson  of  the  church  of  Muchehnerssh. 
Thomas  de  Bisshopeston. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Master  John  de  Wakefeld, 
chaplain,  of  5  messuages,  2  shops,  and  a  fourth  part  of  a  messuage  in 
Wakefeld  to  a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  for  the  souls  of  the 
said  John,  his  father,  mother,  brothers,  sisters,  ancestors,  and  benefactors, 
and  of  all  the  faithful  departed  in  the  church  of  All  Saints,  Wakefeld. 

By  fine  of  1  mark. 

Notification  that  Alice,  late  the  wife  of  Thomas,  sometime  earl  of 
Lancaster,  and  daughter  and  heir  of  Henry  de  Lacy,  earl  of  Lincoln, 
having  entered  into  a  recognisance  of  20,000Z.  in  the  king*s  Chancery,  pay- 
able on  the  first  of  August  next,  that  if  she  retain  the  lands  she  has,  or  will 
have,  without  alienating  them  in  whole  or  part,  except  by  special  licence  of 
the  king,  the  said  recognisance  is  to  be  void  and  of  none  effect.     French. 

ByK. 

Presentation  of  Richard  de  Luda  to  the  church  of  Eelyngton  in  the 
diocese  of  York.  By  p.8. 

Licence,  at  the  request  of  John,  bishop  of  Norwich,  the  chancellor,  for 
the  prior  and  convent  of  Penteneye  to  acquire  in  mortmain  land  and  rents 
to  the  value  of  100s.  a  year.  By  E. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  John  de  Weston,  and 
William  de  Lyndeseye  and  William  de  Couele,  his  servants. 

Pardon  to  John  de  Drayton,  as  an  adherent  of  Bartholomew  de 
Badelesmere,  a  rebel ;  with  restitution  of  his  lands  and  goods,  which  had 
been  taken  into  the  king's  hands.  By  p.s. 

Assignment  to  Gerard  Johannis,  Bonus  Philippi  and  Peter  Reyneri,  king's 
merchants,  merchants  of  the  society  of  the  Bardi  of  Florence,  and  their 
fellows  of  that  society,  of  the  issues  of  the  customs  on  wool, .  hides  and 
wool-fells  in  the  ports  of  London,  Boston  and  Kyngeston  upon  Hull,  until 
they  are  satisfied  in  the  sum  of  6,298/.  Os.  6<i.  to  wit,  in  consideration  of 
4,000^.  which  they  have  undertaken  to  advance  to  the  king  as  a  loan  before 


142  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


*  qort  Membrane  8 — cant. 

Midsummer  day,  and  of  the  under-mentioned  sum  2,298/.  Os.  (Sd, ;  and  of 
any  other  sums  in  which  the  king  shall  be  found  to  be  bound  to  them ;  the 
said  sum  of  2,298Z.  Os.  M,  being  made  up  of  the  following  items :  298Z.  6J. 
for  sums  paid  by  them  to  divers  persons  in  the  11th  year  of  the  king's 
reign ;  a  loan  of  1,820/.  paid  in  the  Wardrobe  at  Gloucester  9  February 
last ;  and  a  loan  of  1,020  marks  paid  in  the  same  Wardrobe  1  March  last, 
as  appears  by  three  bills  under  the  seal  of  Roger  de  Northburgh,  bishop- 
elect  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  then  keeper  of  the  Wardrobe.  The  barons 
and  chamberlains  of  the  Exchequer  are  to  cause  the  issues  of  the  said 
customs  to  be  assigned  to  them,  and  the  said  merchants  are  to  surrender  at 
the  Exchequer  the  said  bills  or  other  obligations  as  they  receive  payment, 
and  upon  final  payment  of  their  claims  they  are  to  deliver  these  letters 
patent  at  the  Exchequer.  By  p.s. 

July  5.  Licence  for  Walter  Waldeshef  and  Joan  his  wife  to  enfeoff  William  de 

York.  Wikkilwod,  parson  of  the  church  of  Boileston,  of  8  messuages,  1  mill,  4 
bovates  and  100  acres  of  land  and  the  bailiwicks  of  the  twt)  foresterships  of 
Hopedale  with  the  appurtenances  in  Fairefeld,  Bukstones  and  Hope,  which 
are  held  in  chief,  and  for  the  said  William  to  re-grant  the  same  to  them 
and  the  heirs  male  of  the  body  of  the  said  Walter,  with  remainder  as  to  the 
said  mill  and  one  messuage  and  100  acres  of  land  called  *  Couloue  Bukstones ' 
in  Fairfeld  and  Bukstones  to  Juliana,  daughter  and  heir  of  the  said  Walter, 
and  the  heirs  of  her  body  with  successive  remainders  to  Elizabeth,  Isabella, 
Joan  and  Margaret,  daughters  of  the  said  Walter,  and  the  heirs  of  their 
bodies,  and  to  the  right  heirs  of  the  said  Walter,  and  with  remainder  as  to 
another  messuage,  8  bovates  of  the  said  land,  and  one  bailiwick  of  the  two 
foresterships,  all  late  of  Robert  Balgi,  in  Hope,  to  Ralph  son  of  James  de 
Shirle,  and  the  said  Margaret  and  the  heirs  of  her  body,  with  remainder 
after  their  deaths  to  Juliana  and  the  heirs  of  her  body,  with  successive 
remainders  to  Elizabeth,  Isabella,  and  Joan,  the  heirs  of  their  bodies,  and 
the  right  heirs  of  the  said  Walter :  and  as  to  one  other  messuage,  one  bovate 
of  the  said  land  and  the  other  bailiwick  of  the  foresterships  in  Hopedale,  all 
late  of  John  le  Hore  in  Hope,  with  like  remainder  to  Joan,  Juliana, 
Elizabeth  and  Isabella,   and  the  right  heirs  of  the  said  Walter. 

By  fine  of  40». 

MEMBRANE   2. 

July  4.  Writ  of  aid  for  Humphrey  de  Waleden,  appointed  to  bring  John  son  and 

York.         heir  of  John  de  Ripariis,  tenant  in  chief,  a  minor,  to  the  king  wherever  he 

may  be  in  England.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  William  de  Nevill  of  Calthom  and  Anabilla  his  wife  of  their 
outlawry  and  waiver  in  the  county  of  York,  because  when  convicted  before 
the  king  of  the  disseisin  of  Roger  son  of  Robert  de  Thornton  of  a  tenement 
in  Silton  Paynel,  they  could  not  be  found  in  order  to  be  imprisoned  and 
to  satisfy  the  king  for  their  ransoma  therein ;  provided  they  surrender  to 
the  prison  of  York  and  do  as  well  to  the  king  as  the  said  Roger  what 
according  to  the  judgment  of  the  king's  Court  they  ought  to  do. 

By  E.  and  pet.  of  C. 

Protection  with  clause  nolwnus  for  one  year  for  William  le  Barber  of 
Heselyngfeld. 

June  80«         Ratification,  at  the  request  of  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke,  to 

York.         Walter  Curteys,  of  the  custody,  during  pleasure,  of  the  writs  and  rolls  of 

the  Bench,  Dublin,  lately  granted  to  him  by  the  king's  lieutenant  in 

Ireland  and  others  of  the  king's  Council  there  by  letters  patent  sealed  with 

the  seal  which  the  king  uses  in  Ireland. 


16   EDWARD   II.— Part   2.  148 


1  qoo  Membrane  2 — cant. 

July  8.  Safe  conduct  for  Nicholas  Cob,  the  master,  and  the  men  of  the  ship 

York.  furnished  with  men,  arniour,  victuals  and  other  necessaries  granted  in  aid 
of  the  hosting  for  the  Scotch  war  by  the  burgesses  and  good  men  of 
Whiteby,  and  which  they  are  sending  to  John  Perbroun,  admiral  of  the 
fleet  in  those  parts,  to  stay  there  for  six  weeks  at  their  own  cost  in  his 
company  on  the  king's  service. 

June  80.         Mandate  to  William  Bacon  to  deliver  by  indenture  the  castle  of  Somerton 

York.         to  Thomas  de  Grey,  to  whom  the  king  has  committed,  during  pleasure,  the 

custody  thereof,  so  that  he  be  answerable  for  the  issues  thereof  at  the 

Exchequer.  By  p.s. 

June  5.  Protection  with  clause  nolunnis,  for  one  year,  for  William  de  Overton, 

York.         chaplain. 

July  5.  Grant  to  David  de  Doultyng,  chaplain,  of  a  chantry  in  the  manor  of 

York.         Wumbrelegh.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  Walter  Hirdman,  chaplain,  of  the  chantry  of  Rengeworth. 

By  p.s. 

July  6.  Simple  protection  without  clause,  for  one  year,  for  John  de  Sancto 

York.        Amando. 

• 

July  6.  Mandate  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent, 

York.         to  deliver  the  temporalities  of  the  priory  of  Bermundseye  to  Walter  de 

Diluiz,  preferred  to  be  prior  thereof  by  Peter,  the  prior  of  La  Charity,  of 

which  house  it  is  a  cell,  the  king  having  accepted  such  preferment  and 

restored  the  temporalities  thereof. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  priory. 

June  24.         Mandate  to  John  Bustard  and  Thomas  Fairfax,  as  commissioners  of  array, 

York.         iq  muster  the  levies  from  the  wapentake  of  Anysty  in  the  Westrithyng  by 

Sunday  next  at  Wetherby.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  commissioners  of  array  in  the  Westriding  [see  pj),  98-100.] 
to  muster  their  levies  at  Wetherby.      [Pari.  Writs.'] 

The  like  to  the  same  in  the  East  Riding  and  the  North  Riding  to  muster 
their  levies  at  Malton  in  Rydale  on  the  same  day.     [Pari.  Writ^.] 

Afterwards  these  letters  were  renewed  under  date  80  June,  the  king  being 
at  York,  directing  the  levies  to  meet  on  the  then  following  Sunday,  except 
as  to  the  town  and  liberty  of  Kyngeston  upon  Hull.     [Pari,  Writs.] 

June  80.         The  like  to  John   de   Britannia,   earl    of  Richmond,   to  muster  his 

\ork.        contingent  for  Richmondshire  on  the  following  Sunday  at  some  certain 

place.     [Pari.  WriU.]  •  By  K. 

July  2.  The  like  to  Robert  de  Brampton  and  Richard  de  Denton,  commissioners 

York.  of  array  in  Cumberland,  countenuanding  the  muster  at  Newcastle,  and 
directing  them  to  obey  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  in  all  that  con- 
cerns the  defence  of  the  Marches.     [Pari.  YFnto.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  following  in  the  under- mentioned  counties : — 

Weatmoroland     |  f^^'  ^?  Stirkland  t  j^y^^  ^^  ^  ^^^^ 

}  John  de  Lancastre    ) 

[Pari.  IVriU.] 


144  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1009  MEMBRANE   1. 

July  6.  Mandate  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  the  escheator  beyond  Trent,  to 

York.        deliver    the  temporalities  of  the  priory  of  Bermundseye  to  Walter  de 
Deluiz  preferred,  as  before  set  forth,  to  be  prior  of  that  house. 
Writ  de  intendendo  in  pursuance  to  the  tenants  of  the  priory. 

July  6.  Pardon  to  William  de  Greyvill,  a  rebel. 

York. 

July  6.  Licence  for  Bertram  de  Staynton  to  enfeoff  Thomas  de  Wendeslawe, 

York.         parson  of  the  church  of  Edelyngton,  of  the  manor  of  StayHton  by  Tykhull, 

same  held  in  chief  as  of  the  honor  of  Tykhull,  and  for  the  latter  to  re-grant  the 

to  the  said  Bertram  and  Mary  his  wife  and  the  heirs  of  his  body,  with 

remainder  to  Henry  le  Scrop  and  his  heirs.  By  E. 

July  4.  Grant,  during  pleasure  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  the  king's  brother,  of 

York.        the  castle  of  Okham,  co.  Rutland,  with  the  shrievalty,  hundreds,  knights' 

fees,  advowsons  of  churches,  free  chapels,  religious  houses  and  hospitals, 

together  with  markets,  fairs,  parks,  woods,  warrens,  chaces,  free  fisheries, 

liberties  and  free  customs  appertaining  to  the  said  castle.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Ivo  de  Aldeburgh  to  deliver  to  him  the  said  castle  together 
with  the  said  shrievalty,  which  are  in  his  custody.  By  p.s. 

Pardpn  to  Simon  son  of  John  de  Sutton  of  Boston  of  his  outlawry  in  the 
county  of  Lincoln  for  not  appearing  before  the  king  to  satisfy  him  of  that 
which  pertains  to  him  when  the  said  Simon  was  convicted  on  a  plea  of 
trespass  brought  against  him  in  the  same  court  by  Lambert  de  Hippetoft  of 
Algerkirk. 

July  4.  Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Robert  de  Selkyston  and  Roger  de 

York  Gildesburgh,  king's  clerks,  to  audit  the  accounts  of  all  receivers,  bailiffs  and 
keepers  of  the  lands  and  goods  late  of  Thomas,  sometime  earl  of  Lancaster, 
and  other  rebels  and  persons  in  the  counties  of  Cornwall,  Devon,  Somerset, 
Dorset,  Wilts,  Gloucester,  Southampton,  Hereford,  Worcester,  Oxford, 
Berks,  Bedford,  Buckingham,  Warwick,  Leicester,  and  Salop,  and  which 
by  forfeiture  for  rebellion  or  for  other  causes  have  been,  or  are  in  the  king's 
hands,  such  receivers,  bailiffs  and  keepers  being  bound  to  render  account ; 
and  also  the  accounts  of  all  those,  who  are  bound  to  account  for  the  time 
in  which  they  have  been  either  receivers  of  the  said  earl  and  other  rebels, 
and  of  others  also  who  are  still  bound  to  do  so ;  with  power  to  the  said 
Robert  and  Roger,  and  either  of  them  to  do  all  things  pertaining  to  the 
receiver  of  such  accounts ;  and  all  such  receivers,  bailiffs  and  keepers  are  to 
obey  them.  By  K. 

The  like  of  the  following  : — 

Henry  de  Leycestre  and  William  de  Oterhampton  in  the  counties  of 
Nottingham,  Lincoln,  Northampton,  Rutland,  Huntingdon,  Cam- 
bridge, Norfolk,  Suffolk,  Essex,  Hertford,  Middlesex,  London,  Kent, 
Surrey  and  Sussex. 

Simon  de  Baldreston,  and  Master  Thomas  de  Cheddeworth,  in  the 
counties  of  Derby,  Stafford,  Lancaster,  Chester  and  Wales. 

Henry  de  Athelastre  and  Walter  de  Bredon  in  the  counties  of  York, 
Cumberland,  Westmoreland  and  Northumberland. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  Richard  de  Rodeneye  and  Roger  Beler  to  cause 
the  said  Robert  de  Selkyston  and  Roger  de  Gildesburgh  to  have  views  of  the 
accounts  of  the  said  receivers,  bailiffs  and  keepers  in  the  above  counties 
which  were  held  before  the  said  Richard  and  Roger  at  the  quinzaine  of 
Trinity  last  past,  so  that  the  said  auditors  may  more  advisedly  bring  the 
said  accounts  to  an  end. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  2.  146 


^tyan  Membrane  1 — cont. 

The  like  to  the  said  Richard  and  Roger  to  produce  before  Henry  de 
Leycestre  and  William  de  Oterhampton  the  accounts  for  the  counties  above* 
named,  to  be  audited  b^  them.  Et  erant  clausa. 

The  like  to  the  same  for  the  production  before  Simon  de  Baldreston  and 
Master  Thomas  de  Cheddesworth  of  the  accounts  for  the  counties  above- 
named  to  be  audited  by  them.  Et  erant  clausa. 

The  like  to  the  same  for  the  production  before  Henry  de  Athelastre  and 
Walter  de  Bredon  of  the  accounts  for  the  counties  above-named  to  be  audited 
by  them.  Et  erant  clausa. 

Mandate  to  the  said  Robert  de  Selkyston  and  Roger  de  Gildesburgh  to 
ascertain  as  well  by  views  of  the  said  accounts  as  by  the  tenants,  free  men 
and  bondmen  of  the  said  lands,  and  in  every  other  legitimate  way,  what 
goods  and  chattels  were  in  the  said  lands  at  the  time  of  their  caption  into 
the  king's  hands,  which  ought  to  belong  to  him,  and  which  have  been  since 
removed  for  the  profit  of  other  persons,  and  "by  whom  and  in  what  manner, 
and  in  whose  hands  they  now  are,  so  that  the  said  auditors  may  certify 
thereof  to  the  justices  of  oyer  and  terminer,  whom  the  king  is  about  to  send 
to  determine  touching  these  trespasses.  Et  erant  clausa. 

The  like  to  Henry  de  Leycestre  and  William  de  Oterhampton. 

The  like  to  Simon  de  Baldreston  and  Master  Thomas  de  Cheddesworth. 

The  like  to  Henry  de  Athelastre  and  Walter  de  Bredon.      Et  erant  clausa. 

Mandate  to  the  said  Robert  de  Selkyston  and  Roger  de  Gildesburgh  to 
receive  the  views  of  the  accounts  to  be  delivered  to  them  by  the  said  Richard 
de  Rodeneye  and  Roger  Beler  and  to  make  a  final  audit  of  the  same,  first 
having  acquired  information  of  the  goods  and  chattels  which  were  on  the 
said  lands  at  the  date  of  their  caption  into  the  king's  hands,  which  ought 
to  be  accounted  for  to  the  king,  so  that  the  said  auditors  may  be  the  better 
able  to  provide  for  the  full  exoneration  therein  of  the  said  receivers. 

Et  erant  clausa. 

The  like  mandate  to  Henry  de  Leycestre  and  William  de  Oterhampton. 
The  like  to  Simon  de  Baldreston  and  Master  Thomas  de  Cheddesworth. 
The  like  to  Henry  de  Athelastre  and  Walter  de  Bredon.    Et  erant  clausa. 

July  6.  Licence  for  John  Gerounde  to  grant  to  Humphrey  de  Waleden  and  his 

York.         heirs  a  third  part  of  the  manor  of  Perendon  co.  Essex,  and  the  advowson 

of  a  third  part  of  the  church  thereof,  which  are  held  in  chief  as  of  the 

honor  of  Boulogne.  By  fine  of  405. 

July  5.  Grant  to  John  Talebot  and  his  heirs  of  28s.  id.  of  rent  in  Swanyngton 

York.  with  the  homages  and  services  of  Alan  Talebot,  Roger  Godebert,  and  John 
son  of  Richard  Page,  king's  tenants  in  that  town,  together  with  views  of 
frank  pledge,  and  the  court  of  the  other  king's  tenants  there,  and  all  the  other 
liberties  and  free  customs,  which  Thomas,  late  earl  of  Lancaster,  ever  held 
there,  and  which  as  an  escheat  have  come  into  the  king's  hands.  Grant 
also  of  the  king's  reversion  in  a  virgate  of  land  there,  late  of  the  said  earl, 
which  John  le  Mazon  holds  for  life.  By  E. 

July  6.  Grant  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  to  whom  the  king  had  granted  in 

York.         tail  male  all  the  houses,  gardens,  rents  and  all  other  appurtenances  within 

the  gate  of  Alegate,  in  the  city  of  London,  late  of  Bartholomew  de 

24962  K 


146 


OALENDAB  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Membrane  1 — cont, 

Badelesmere,  a  rebel,  that  he  may  hold  the  same  quit  of  all  tallages,  aids 
and  contributions  whatsoever  which  could  be  exacted  from  him  to  the 
king's  use  by  reason  of  the  said  premises.  By  p.s. 


Feb.  8. 
Gloaoester. 


MEMBRANE    81(2. 

Commission  to  John  Bandolf,  William  de  Hardene  and  William    de 
Northho  to  deliver  the  gaol  of  Old  Sarum. 


Feb.  9. 
Gloucester. 


MEMBRANE    3(W. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  William  le  Botiller  of  Wemme, 
John  de  la  Barewe  and  Henry  de  Hambury  on  complaint  by  Geoffrey  de 
Wolseleye,  parson  of  the  chapel  of  Marchumleye,  that  Philip  de  Say, 
parson  of  the  church  of  Hodenet,  John,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Ellesmere, 
Richard  de  Rugge,  John  de  Merton  of  Ellesmere,  Llewelin  Voyl,  '  forester,' 
Richard  son  of  David  de  Wemme,  Adam  de  Upton,  William  de  Otleye, 
Madoc  de  Kyrcoyt,  Edeneuet  le  Budel,  Thomas  Russel,  Robert  le  (sic) 
Say,  and  Robert  his  son,  Walter  de  Wygan,  Robert  son  of  Hugh  de  Say, 
Thomas  Ostage,  John  de  Markeleye,  William  de  Parys  of  Hodenet,  Robert 
de  Parys,  Hugh  le  Carpenter,  Andrew  le  Carpenter,  Nicholas  son  of  Henry 
le  Pestour,  William  Page,  William  Sutekyn,  Thomas  de  Say,  Hugh 
Barel,  William  de  Holme,  Thomas  Cole  of  Prez,  Henry  le  Clerk,  Alan  le 
Mercer  of  Hodenet  and  others  carried  away  his  goods  at  Marchumleye,  co. 
Salop,  besieged  him  within  his  dwelling  place  there  for  two  days  and 
more,  so  that  neither  he  nor  his  servants  could  go  forth  for  victuals,  or 
others  enter  it,  assaulted  his  servants  and  compelled  some  of  them  to 
swear  not  to  serve  him  longer  and  without  delay  to  depart  from  his 
service,  whereby  he  could  scarcely  find  any  who  would  dare  to  serve 
him. 

Altered  by  the  keepers  of  the  seal  because  it  was  sealed  at  anotlier  time. 


Feb.  22. 

Weston  sub 

Edge, 


MEMBRANE    28(2. 

Appointment  of  John  de  Cherleton,  mayor  of  the  merchants  of  the 
staple  of  wool  and  wool-fells,  after  recital  of  the  regulations  for  the  export 
of  wools,  &c.,  as  a  justice  to  enquire  touching  offences  against  the 
ordinance  of  the  staple  in  the  city  of  London,  and  the  counties  of  York, 
Lincoln,  Nottingham,  Southampton,  Dorset,  Norfolk  and  Suffolk,  with 
power  to  inflict  fines  on  offenders,  the  amounts  of  which  he  is  to  certify 
to  the  king.  By  K. 

Association  of  Adam  de  Brom  with  him  in  the  foregoing  commission. 

ByK. 

Afterwards,  8  August  16  Edward  11,  Adam  deBrom,  Simon  Chaumber- 
leyn,  Peter  de  Lodyngton,  and  John  de  Blyton  were  associated  with  the 
said  mayor  in  the  counties  of  York  and  Lincoln. 

On  the  same  day  the  following  were  associated  with  him  in  the 
following  counties : — 

The  said  Adam,  John  de  Tichebum,  John  de  Insula  and  William  le 
Whaite  in  th$  counties  of  Southampton  and  Dorset, 


16  EDWARD  n.— Part  2. 


147 


1322. 


Memhram^  28(1 — cont. 

The  said  Adam,  Peter  de  Lodyngton,  Nicholas  Fastolf,  and  Henry 

Rose,  in  the  said  last-named  counties. 
The  said  Adam,  John  Gabriel,   and  William  le  Wayte,  in  the  county 

of  Sussex. 


Feb.  22. 

Weston  sub 
Edge. 


MEMBRANE    27d. 


Commission  to  Richard  de  Wyndesore,  Thomas   Golafre,  and  William 
de  Bumcestre  to  deliver  the  gaol  of  the  town  of  Oxford. 


March  2. 
Weston. 

March  1. 
Coventry. 


March  24. 
Pontefract. 


March  25. 
Pontefract. 


March  26. 
Pontefract. 


MEMBRANE    26d. 

Commission  to  Henry  de  Cobham,  Edmund  de  Passele  and  John  de 
Ifeld  to  deliver  the  gaol  of  Canterbury. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  William  de  Bereford,  Henry  Spy- 
gurnel  and  William  de  Herle,  on  complaint  by  Katherine  de  Stafford,  prioress 
of  Nonne  Eton,  that  William  de  Baggeworth,  Walter  de  Blebury,  and 
William  Talebot,  with  others,  broke  her  house  and  chests  at  Nonne  Eton, 
CO.  Warwick,  and  carried  away  her  goods.  By  K. 

The  like  to  John  Bacon,  John  de  Radendale,  and  John  Claver,  by  a  jury 
of  CO.  York  [rectius  Norfolk],  touching  the  persons  who  with  Richard  de 
Mutford,  William  Botre,  William  Osyel,  John  Oysel,  Richard  de  Gapton 
Thomas  Norman,  John  Hervi  of  Hengham,  William  Hervi,  Gilbert  de 
Wramplyngham,  John  Adam  and  John  de  Toftes  carried  away  the  goods  of 
Anselm  le  Mareschal  at  Hengham,  and  assaulted  his  servants.  By  E. 

Association  of  John  Inge  in  the  room  of  John  de  Treiagu,  in  a 
commission  issued  to  the  said  John  de  Treiagu,  Thomas  Lercediakne  and 
Henry  de  Chaumbemon  touching  the  wrecking  at  the  Lysard,  co.  Cornwall, 
of  a  ship,  called  tlie  ship  of  St.  Bartholomew  of  Bilvau,  laden  at  le  Swyne  in 
Flanders  by  Sancius  Fronyz  and  John  de  Burgis,  merchants  of  Spain,  when 
on  a  voyage  to  that  country. 

Vacated  because  otherwise  belou\ 

Commission  to  Thomas  Lercediakne,  John  Inge  and  Henry  de  Chaum- 
bemon touching  a  complaint  by  Sanccius  de  Froniz  and  John  de  Burgis, 
merchants  of  Spain,  that,  whereas  a  ship  called  the  ship  of  St.  Bartholomew 
of  Bilvau,  of  Spain,  laden  at  La  Swyne  in  Flanders  with  cloth,  jewels, 
herrings  and  other  goods  of  the  said  complainants  and  other  merchants  of 
Spain,  to  the  value  of  6,000/.,  in  returning  to  Spain  was  wrecked  upon  the 
coast  near  the  Lysard,  co.  Cornwall,  certain  persons  took  and  carried  away 
the  said  goods  when  cast  on  shore  to  the  great  loss  of  the  complainants. 
Upon  this  matter  John  son  of  Alfonso,  sometime  king  (regis)  of  Castile  and 
Leon,  having  prayed  the  king  to  cause  restitution  of  their  goods  to  be  made 
to  the  complainants,  the  king, — although  by  an  inquisition  made  at  his 
suit  by  John  de  Foxle,  John  de  Stonoro  and  William  do  Fulboum  on  these 
goods  it  was  found  that  no  animal  had  escaped  alive  from  the  said  ship, 
whereby  the  wares  ought  to  belong  to  the  king  as  wreck  of  sea, — wishing 
full  justice  to  be  done  to  the  complainants  the  more  so  as  the  prayers  of 
his  said  kinsman  have  been  made  on  their  behalf,  assigns  the  above-named 
justices  to  enquire  by  oath  as  well  of  merchants  and  mariners  as  of  other  good 
men  of  the  county  of  Cornwall  whether  the  said  ship  was  cast  upon  that  coast, 
and  when ;  what  goods  were  cast  ashore,  how  much  of  them  belonged  to  the 


148 


CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Membrane  2Qd — cont. 

complainants  and  of  what  value,  and  how  much  to  others  and  of  what 
value,  and  by  whom  were  the  same  taken  and  carried  away  and  by  whom 
are  they  now  detained;  whether  any  animal  escaped  ashore  alive;  and 
whether  the  complainants  by  themselves  or  others  sued  for  restitution  of 
their  goods  within  a  year  and  a  day  of  the  said  tempest ;  and  to  do  justice 
by  causing  restitution  of  the  goods  to  be  made,  or  the  v^ue  thereof,  and  to 
hear  and  determine  the  trespass  committed  against  them  in  this  behalf. 

ByK. 


March  18. 
Blyth. 


March  25. 
Pontefraot. 


March  25. 
Pontefract. 


MEMBRANE    25d. 

Commission  de  walliis  et  fossoHs  to  Walter  de  Freskeneye,  Robert  de 
MaJberthorp  and  Roger  de  Gupledyk,  for  the  coast  between  places  called 
Tydbrigge  and  Surfletbrigge  in  Holand,  co.  Lincoln. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Ralph  de  Cammoys,  John  de  Bousser 
and  William  de  Northho,  on  complaint  by  Robert  de  Stanegrave  that 
William  de  Inyngfeld,  Walter  atte  MuUe,  John  le  Botiller  of  Wolkstede, 
William  de  Tauelherst,  Roger  de  Caleghton,  Joan  de  Codestone  and  Henry 
her  son,  and  William  de  Hodekesham,  with  others,  broke  his  park  at 
Stanegrave,  co.  Surrey,  hunted  therein.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  Robert  that 
Henry  Walkelyn,  Gregory  de  Rokesle,  Hamo  de  Rugge  and  Peter  de  Rugge 
of  Hokyndenne,  with  others,  entered  his  free  warren  at  Hokyndenne, 
CO.  Kent,  and  hunted  therein.  By  E. 


March  28. 
Pontefraot. 


March  24. 
Pontefract. 

March  26. 
Pontefraot. 


MEMBRANE    Ud. 

Commission  to  Ralph  Savage,  Hamo  de  Chigewell  and  Walter  de  Shorn 
to  render  judgment  upon  Henry  Tyes  and  John  Giffard  of  Brymmesfeld, 
traitors,  according  to  the  tenor  of  a  schedule,  which  the  king  is  sending 
to  them  under  his  half  seal  {suh  pede  sigilli  sui)  ;  mandate  to  them  to  meet 
at  the  Tower  of  London  on  a  day  to  be  appointed  by  them  to  pronounce 
judgment  in  the  form  aforesaid ;  with  mandate  to  the  sheriffs  of  the  city 
of  London  to  be  intendant  to  the  said  commissioners  on  the  day  appointed 
by  them  for  the  execution  of  the  said  judgment.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  said  Ralph  and  Walter  to  render  judgment  upon  Francis 
de  Aldeham  and  Bartholomew  de  Asshbumham,  traitors,  at  Canterbury. 

By  K. 

The  like  to  Nicholas  Eyriel,  James  de  Horn  and  Robert  Paulyn  to  render 
judgment  upon  Thomas  Colpeper,  a  traitor,  at  Winchelse.  By  K. 

The  like  to  Ralph  de  Camoys  and  John  de  Shopenhanger  to  render 
judgment  upon  Francis  de  Aldeham,  a  traitor,  at  Wyndesore.  By  K. 

The  like  to  John  Inge  and  Thomas  de  Marlebergh  to  render  judgment 
upon  William  Flemyng,  a  traitor,  at  Kaerdyf .  By  K. 

The  like  to  Richard  Lovel,  Richard  de  Rodeneye  and  Richard  Tilly  to 
render  judgment  upon  Henry  de  Wylyngton  and  Henry  de  Monte  Forti, 
traitors,  at  Bristol.  By  K. 

The  like  to  Roger  de  Swynnerton,  Hamo  de  Chigwell  and  John  Waldesshef 
to  render  judgment  upon  Henry  Tyes,  a  traitor,  at  the  Tower  of  London. 

ByK. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  2. 


149 


1322. 

Maich  25. 
Pontefraot. 


April  28. 
Pontefraot. 


April  28. 
York. 


March  24. 
Pontefntct. 


Membrane  2id — cont. 

The  like  to  Henry  de  Cobeham,  Edmund  de  Passele,  John  de  Ifeld  and 
Ralph  Sauvage  to  render  judgment  upon  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere,  a 
traitor,  at  Canterbury.  By  E. 

The  like  to  John  Inge,  Robert  de  Paneris,  David  de  Bere  and  Reginald 
de  Frome  to  render  judgment  upon  Stephen  Baret,  a 'traitor,  at  Swaneseye. 

ByK. 

The  like  to  Peter  de  Hebon,  John  Danesleye  and  John  de  Hampton  to 
render  judgment  upon  John  Giffard  of  Brymmesfeld,  a  traitor,  at  Gloucester. 

ByK. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Kylvyngton,  Master  Thomas 
de  Levesham  and  John  de  Wykham  touching  the  persons  who  took  and 
carried  away  the  goods,  late  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  a  traitor,  at 
Pykeryng  and  Esyngwald,  co.  York,  notwithstanding  that  the  king  had 
taken  all  the  castles,  manors  and  goods  of  the  said  earl  into  his  hands. 

ByK. 

The  like  to  Roger  Beler,  John  Chaynel  and  Henry  de  Hambury  touching 
the  persons  who  took  and  carried  away  goods,  late  of  the  said  earl,  and  of 
other  rebels  and  persons  at  Lynderiche,  Thornton,  Baggeworth,  Desford, 
Donynton,  Swynlond,  Shelton,  Petlyng,  Luttreworth,  Hynkele,  Melton, 
Stapelford,  Thurgaston,  Broghton  Astele,  Shepeshede,  Loughteburgh, 
Beaumanoir,  Hukelescote,  Ernesby  and  Fretheby  co.  Leicester.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  same  touching  like  goods  at  Tottebury,  Yoxhale,  Sondon, 
Neuchastel,  Blythewode,  Snelleston,  Bromshulf ,  Trentam  Priors,  Kel,  Helegh, 
Tunstal,  Eendon,  Fenton  Vivian,  Staundon,  Cressewell,  Tilynton,  Chetelton, 
Russheton,  Alstanefeld,  and  Knyghtelegh,  co.  Stafford.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  same  touching  like  goods  at  Duffeld,  Beaurepair,  Wirkes- 
worth,  Hertyndon,  Melborn,  Asshebom,  Chaumpayn  Park,  Burghes, 
Matlak,  Bonteshale,  Bogh,  Kenil,  the  forest  of  Duffeld,  Dalbury,  Longeford, 
Haversegge,  Bradbom,  Howgh,  Thurvaston,  Longelegh,  Brassynton,  Thorp, 
Bredelowe  and  Chelardeston,  co.  Derby.  By  K. 

The  like  to  Alan  de  Cobeldyk,  John  de  la  Cotere  and  Peter  de  Soremby 
touching  like  goods  at  Halton,  Brocelby,  Thoresby,  Bache,  Waynflet, 
Stepyng,  Bolingbrok,  Wrangele,  Frith,  Swaveton,  Sutton,  Lincoln,  Lafford, 
Gretham,  Beltesford,  Horblyng,  Thorleye,  Burreth,  Nocton,  Tathewell, 
Kesceby,  Salfletby,  Somercotes,  Kateby,  Cavenby,  Wolyngham  by  Stowe 
St.  Mary,  Tetteford,  Grymmesby,  Kelleseye,  Perteneye  and  Chedelthorp, 
[rectius  Thedelthorp]  co.  Lincoln.  By  K. 


March  25. 
Pontefraot. 

April  8. 
Altofts. 


MEMBRANE    22d, 

Commission  to  John  de  Eyncourt  and  Richard  de  Whatton  to  deliver  the 
gaol  of  Peterborough  of  prisoners  confined  therein. 

Commission  to  William  de  Claydon  and  Hugh  de  Hampslape, — after 
recital  that  whereas  in  the  time  of  Edward  I  and  of  the  king  wastes 
in  the  forests  beyond  Trent  had  been  arrented  by  commissioners  to  divers 
men,  which  wastes  some  hold  by  charters  of  Edward  I  and  of  the 
king,  and  some  without  charters,  by  arrentations  to  be  rendered  at  the 
Exchequer,  and  whereas  many  of  such  tenants  have  occupied  a  great  part 
of  the  soil  in  the  said  forests  beyond  the  number  of  acres  arrented  to 


150  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


TO  no  Membrane  2%l — conU 

them,  and  many  others  hold  divers  wastes  in  the  same  forests  of  the 
demise  of  ministers  and  others  who  had  no  power  to  make  such  demises, 
without  rendering  anything  to  the  king, — to  survey  all  wastes  in  the  said 
forests,  from  the  date  of  the  last  eyre  of  the  justices  of  the  Forest  of  the 
late  king  to  the  date  hereof,  whether  arrented  by  Edward  I  or  the  king ;  to 
re-measure  by  the  perch  of  the  forest  those  wastes  in  the  presence  of  those 
to  whom  they  had  been  arrented  or  of  their  heirs  or  of  the  tenants  thereof, 
viewing  also  all  charters  and  arrentations  which  they  have  thereof ;  to  enquire 
by  oath  as  well  of  foresters,  verderers  and  other  ministers  of  the  forest  as  of 
other  good  and  lawful  men  of  the  Said  forests  what  wastes  in  the  same 
forests  have  been  committed  by  ministers  or  others  not  having  power  to  do  so, 
to  tenants,  and  to  whom  and  in  what  manner,  viz.  whether  to  the  king's  loss 
or  prejudice,  or  not ;  to  take  into  the  king's  hand  the  entire  soil,  which  beyond 
the  number  of  acres  arrented  as  aforesaid,  they  shall  find  by  such  re-measure- 
ment unduly  occupied,  and  also  those  wastes  which  have  been  so  committed 
by  ministers  and  others  having  no  authority ;  and  to  certify  the  king  of 
their  entire  action  therein,  and  of  the  quantity  of  wastes  taken  by  them 
into  his  hand.  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke,  keeper  of  the  said 
forests  is  to  cause  to  come  before  them  as  well  foresters,  verderers  and 
other  ministers  of  the  said  forests  as  other  good  and  lawful  men  of  his 
bailiwick  by  whom  the  truth  can  better  be  known.  By  K. 


MEMBRANE   2W. 

May  10.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Cantebrigg,  Robert  de  Thorp 
York.  and  Simon  de  Brunne  on  complaint  by  Peter  de  Salso  Marisco  that 
Simon  de  Drayton,  Robert  Alayn  of  Lufwyk,  Thomas  son  of  Robert 
Louerd  of  Lufwik,  and  Roger  and  William  his  brothers,  William  Wymund 
of  Lufwyk,  Simon  son  of  Henry  de  Drayton,  Roger  son  of  Thomas  Cursun 
of  Lufwyk,  William  son  of  Rialph  de  Burton,  Robert  de  Quemdon  and 
Robert  Maggesson,  with  others,  led  and  carried  away  11  horses,  4  mares, 
8  oxen,  8  steer,  7  cows,  140  sheep  and  8  pigs  of  his  of  the  price  of  40Z., 
and  other  goods  of  his  at  Overton  Lungevill,  co.  Huntingdon,  and  assaulted 
his  serv'ants.  By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 


MEMBRANE    20c/. 

April  14.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Robert  de  Malberthorp,  William  de 
Pontefract.  Clyf,  Peter  de  Ludyngton  and  William  de  Farford,  on  complaint  by  Henry 
le  Lavender  and  Richard  le  Littel,  late  king's  bailiffs  of  the  city  of  Lincoln, 
that  whereas  the  bailiffs  of  that  city  ought  to  have  cognisance  of  pleas  of 
lands  and  tenements  within  that  city  and  the  suburbs  thereof,  and  also  of 
trespasses  and  contracts  made  there,  amends  of  the  breach  of  assize  of 
breaii  and  ale,  gabel,  toll,  and  other  such  customs  and  services  and  amerce- 
ments arising  there,  in  aid  of  the  farm  of  that  city ;  and  whereas  they  as 
bailiffs  came  to  a  place  within  the  city,  called  *  Le  Bayl '  to  perform  the 
duties  of  their  office,  Walter  de  Hauvill,  John  his  son,  William  de  Snarte- 
ford,  the  elder,  Roger  du  Soler,  John  his  son,  Theobald  le  Spicer,  Robert  de 
Leverton,  *  tavemer,*  John  de  Wynchocombe,  Thomas  *  Masse  brother  de 
Hauvill,'  Alan  le.  Pestur,  Ralph  Bour,  Peter  Jowell,  Henry  de  Filyngham, 
Henry  le  Sauser,  Gilbert  le  Scryveyn,  John  le  Coteller,  Robert  de  Neuport, 
*  souter,*  William  de  Snarteford,  the  younger,  Geoffrey  de  Frothingham, 
John  *  Geffrci  brother  de  Frothingham,'  Roger  do  Dalderby,  Peter  Wade, 


15  EDWARD  n.— Part  2.  161 


-innc)  Membrane  20rf — cont» 

William  le  Barber,  John  his  son,  John  de  Mumby,  Gilbert  de  Bliburgh, 
Richard  Findelove,  Robert  de  Billing,  'tavemer,'  John  le  Pestour  and 
William  le  Ferrour  with  others  resisted  them  and  prevented  them  from 
making  summons,  distraints  or  attachments  and  from  duly  performing  the 
duties  of  their  said  office. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

The  like  on  behalf  of  the  underwritten,  late  bailiffs  of  that  city,  viz. — 
Robert  Hare,         \  Henry  Stoyle,         ) 

William  Ryvet,     ^  Adam  de  Misen,     \ 

By  K.  on  the  like  information. 

MEMBRANE    Idd. 

May  11.         Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Stephen  de  Segrave,  John  Pecche, 

York.         Walter  de  Friskeneye  and  Robert  de  Malberthorp  touching  forestallers  in 

the  city  of  York,  on  complaint  by  the  magnates  in  the  Parliament  of  York 

that  provisions  are  dearer  than  before  the  king's  arrival,  and  that  forestallers 

of  London  and  of  York  are  the  cause  of  this  deamess.  By  pet.  of  C. 


MEMBRANE    I8d, 

April  28.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Foxle  and  John  de  Ifeld, 
Bothwell.  on  complaint  by  John  Junctyn  and  his  fellows,  merchants  of  the  society  of 
the  Peruchi  of  Florence,  that,  whereas  they  had  laded  a  ship  with  85  sacks 
of  wool  of  the  price  of  500  marks  at  London,  to  be  taken  thence  to 
Sandwich  for  sale,  Robert  Six  of  Sandwich,  William  Hardy  of  Gravesende, 
Robert  Doget  of  Smalliden,  John  de  Markesham  of  SmaUiden,  Funtanus 
de  Middelton,  Brian  de  Scesaltre,  and  Geoffrey  Joye  of  Hoo  with  others 
boarded  the  ship  in  the  river  between  the  isle  of  Shepeye  and  Greyston  on 
her  way  to  Sandwich,  and  took  and  carried  away  the  wool ;  the  jury  to  be 
of  the  county  of  Kent. 

May  20.  The  like  to  Robert  de  Stokheye,  John  de  Treiagu,  and  John  de  Fosse,  on 
York.  complaint  by  William  de  Ebbeworth  of  Tavystok,  by  petition  exhibited 
before  the  king  and  Council,  that,  whereas  he  lately  freighted  a  ship  called 
the  *  TUimund  of  Plemmewe '  with  cloth,  linen,  canvas,  iron,  wax,  and 
other  goods  for  conveyance  to  Sutton,  certain  persons  of  the  towns  of 
Waymewe  and  Portland  and  the  neighbouring  parts  attacked  the  ship  on 
her  voyage  to  Sutton  during  one  whole  day  and  more,  and  at  last  boarded 
her  in  the  port  of  the  water  of  Lyme  on  the  confines  of  the  counties  of 
Devon  and  Dorset,  carried  away  the  said  merchandise,  scuttled  the 
ship,  and  sunk  her  in  the  said  port,  and  assaulted  the  mariners,  merchants 
and  others  that  were  in  her ;  the  jury  to  be  of  the  said  counties. 

By  pet.  of  C.  and  fine  of  208. 


MEMBRANE  I7d, 

May  18.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Begrave,  the  elder,  Edmund 

York.  de  Eyncourt,  John  de  Foxle,  Walter  de  Friskeneye,  Robert  de  Aspale  and 
John  de  Heslarton,  on  information  that  the  following  persons  acting  in  4he 
name  and  with  the  authority  (yocey  nomhie  et  svjno)  of  the  commonalty  of 
the  town  of  Gantebrigg  attaicked  and  spoiled  divers  inns  of  the  masters 
and  scholars  of  the  University,  climbed  the  walls,  broke  the  doors  and 


168  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  BOLLS. 


1322. 


Menibrane  lid — emit. 

windows,  mounted  by  ladders  into  the  solers  and  assaulted   the  said 
masters  and  scholars,  imprisoned  some,  mutilated  others  of  their  members, 
and  killed  Walter  de  Shelton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Welton,  carried 
away  all  they  could  of  the  books  and  other  goods  of  all  the  masters  and 
scholars,  so  that  no  person  dare  go  to  the  University  of  the  said  town  for 
study,  to  wit : — Simon  de  Reefham,  mayor  of  the  town   of  Cantebrigg, 
William  de  Sledmere  John  Pourfisshe  and  Robert  de  Bury,  bailiflfs  of  the 
town,  John  Pittock  of  Oantrebrigg,  clerk,  Hugh  Flemyng,  William  Scot, 
Walter  le  Flesshemonger,  Walter  le  Deken,  Edmund  de  Briggestrete, 
William  Remyng,  John  Flemyng,  Roger  le  Koke,  *  flesshemonger/  Robert 
Spumgolde,  John  Andreu,  Ivo  le  Flesshemonger,  John  Snel,  Thomas  de 
Kymberle,  John  de  Kymberle,  Richard  de  Kymberle,   James  Brekemast, 
Robert   Martin,  Richard  le  Tableter,  John   *  Richardsman  le  Tableter,* 
Nicholas  le  Spicer,  Walter  le  Pardoner,  John  le  Sadeler,  John  son  of 
Richard  le  Fruemonger  {sic),  Hugh  de  Thomham,  William  le  Pultere, 
John  de  Snaylwell,  William  de  Barnton  and  John  his  son,  Walter  de 
Gasele,    Simon  le   Sherman,   Richard  de  Modibrok,    John    de    Brunne, 
William  le  Forester,   John  de  Leyk,  Robert  de  Pyncebek,   William  de 
Thackestede,  Robert  de  Clay,  *  shereman,'  Robert  Dunnyng,  John  de  Acre, 
Thomas  le  Tumour,  Roger  de  Sancto  Neoto,  Richard  de  Thackestede, 
Roger  Wakewo,  Geoffrey  de  Thackestede,  Roger  Fouk,  Geoffrey  de  Ely, 
John  Utlagh,  Robert  de  Bilton,  William  de  Brigg,  Richard  Matelask,  John 
de  Denford,  Robert  le  Golsmith,  Henry  le  Golsmith,  John  de  Tychewell, 
John  de  Cumberton,  *  sherman,'   Edmund  le    Taillour,    John    Baroun, 
Robert  le  Shereman,  John  Knyvet,  Henry  de  Toft,  Robert  le  Taverner, 
William  Carbonel,  Alexander  de  Chesterton,  Robert  de  Tychewell,  John  de 
Trumpyngton,  John  de  Chaumpes,  Geoffrey  Gereweye,  John  le  Taverner, 
William     Godeyer,     John     Coulyng,    John     de    Biteryng,    Robert     le 
Barbour,  Reginald  de  Trumpyngton,    Reginald    le  Ledebeter,    Stephen 
Godesone,  Thomas  de  Leycestre,  Peter  le  Smith,  Thomas  Lorimer,  John  de 
Sheccheford,  Henry  Swalowe,  William  Lorimer,  Richard  de  Roderham, 
Ralph  le  Bakester,  Richard  de  Talworth,  Henry  le  Baker,   Richard  le 
Baker,  Thomas  le  Fourbur,  Thomas  le  Garlekemonger,  Guy  le  Spicer  and 
John  his  son,  Walter  de  Salesbury,  David  le  Souter,  John  Payn,  Robert  de 
Pagrave,  John  de  Nichole,  John  Edward,  John  de  Hornyngeserih',  Thomas 
le  Surgien,  Henry  le  Shereman,  Thomas  *  Jonesman  Edward,'  Robert  le 
Sheresman,  Thomas  son  of  Robert  le  Sheresman,  and  Adam  his  brother, 
Robert  le  Souter,  William  de  Disse,  William  de  Bodekisham,  Peter  le 
Homer,  Adam  de  Essex,  William  Aloum,  William  le  Spicer,  William  le 
Longesouter,  Thomas  le  Latoner,  William  de  Tyd,  Roger  le  Wolmonger, 
Richard  le  Geldere,  Ralph  le  Fisshere,  John  Dukes,  *  le  greyndre,'  John  le 
Baker,  John  Sponge,  Henry  le  Glover,  William  de  Haselingfeld,  John  le 
Mareschal,    Simon    de    Helpyngham,  Adam  de   Derham,    Alexander  le 
Beer,  John  de   Shuldam,  Bemard  le  Baker,  William  Tuillet,   Andrew 
le  Smith,  Alan  de  Reefham,  Henry  le  Fletchere,  Robert  Tuillet,  Richard 
Tuillet,  Robert  de  Gritton,  Richard  Garde,   John  Pawe,   and  Nicholas, 
Wilham  and   John,  his  sons,  Alan  de  Badburgham,    John    de    Ware, 
William  de  Castre,    Robert  de   Fulbourn,    Benedict   de  Byri,   Ralph  de 
Reefham,  Hugh  le   Tavemer,   Ralph    Balle,  John   le  Clerk,  Walter  de 
Talworth,   W3liam  Pope,   Ivo  de    Helpyngham,  Thomas  de  Barenton, 
Richard  le  Barbour,    John  Pylat,   James    son   of   Agnes    le    Fisshere, 
William  de  Lenn,  William  Scoler,  William  de  Biry,    John  Fykes,  Brice 
de    Reefham,    John    Brice,   John    le    Fisshere,     Gilbert     de  Chateriz, 
Robert  le  Baker,  Henry  de  Berton,  Laurence  le  Deer,  John  le  Spenser, 
Robert  Hassock,  Ancelm  de  Costesseye,  William  le  Whelwright,  Thomas 


15  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  2.  158 


1  009  Membrane  lid — cont. 

Niket,  Roger  de  Heneye,  John  de  la  Sale,  Robert  Skot,  William  Seman, 
Robert  le  Longe,  John  de  Lingewode,  William  de  Hundercle,  the  elder, 
William  de  Hindercle,  the  younger,  Robert  le  Barker,  Henry  de  Beche, 
Laurence  de  Hadenham,  William  atte  Gate,  John  Robelyarde,  Adam  de 
Boiingeye,  Alan  le  Walshe,  Bartholomew  le  Walshe,  Robert  de  Pikeryng, 
William  atte  Eyrkegate,  Robert  le  Spicer,  Robert  le  Chaundeler,  Alexander 
le  Barber,  Henry  de  Triplowe,  Richard  de  Ermedru,  Elias  le  Baker, 
Bartholomew  Moriz,  John  Freblode,  Roger  de  Costeseye,  Simon  de  Braddele, 
Richard  de  Tripelowe,  William  le  Antoner,  Geoffrey  Duk',  Bartholomew  le 
Barker,  Robert  de  Comberton,  Henry  de  Wynpole,  Walter  de  Bedeford, 
Matthew  le  Barker,  John  le  Lytester,  Andrew  de  Hiche,  Simon  atte  Ponde, 
Richard  de  Mordone,  John  Moriz,  James  Godelomb,  Geoffrey  de  Wardeboys, 
William  de  Sledmere,  Walter  de  Coten,  William  le  Heyward,  William  de 
Wrestlingworth,  Humphrey  de  Berkyng,  Robert  atte  Ponde,  William  de 
Brunne,  Peter  de  Neuwenham,  Peter  de  Bemyngham,  John  Breton,  William 
atte  Howes,  John  Berfot,  Rrobert  Ballard,  Richard  Portjoye,  Henry  le 
Barbour,  Laurence  le  Taillour,  William  Holaye,  William  Pellur,  Ralph 
de  Comberton,  Roger  de  Haselyngfeld,  Stephen  le  Furbour,  Geoffrey  de 
Tichewell,  Henry  le  Smith,  John  Kyng,  John  le  Pasteymonger,  Thomas  do 
Snaylwell,  John  de  Snoryng,  Alan  de  domo  Sancti  Petri,  Robert  Thurrok, 
Humphrey  de  Pyncebek,  John  de  Maidenston,  Alexander  de  Bodekysham, 
John  de  Comberton,  Simon  de  Chesterton,  John  do  Sancto  Neoto,  Albred 
le  Mercer,  and  William  le  Toller  of  Cantebrigg.      [Pari,  Writs ;  Fwdera,] 

By  pet.  of  C. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices,  on  complaint  by  Arnold  de  Tyle,  clerk,  that 
the  above-named  persons  came  to  his  inn  at  Cantebrige,  assaulted  and 
wounded  him,  and  took  and  carried  away  his  goods.  By  pet.  of  C. 

May  18.         The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  complaint  by  James  de  Ispania, 
York.        clerk.  By  pet.  of  C. 

May  18.  The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  complaint  by  Hugh  Gemoun, 

York.         parson  of  the  church  of  Elkesleye.  By  pet.  of  C. 

May  18.         The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  complaint  by  John  de  la  Haye, 
York.         clerk.  By  pet.  of  0. 

MEMBRANE    16<i. 

April  25.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  William  de  Herle,  John  de  Bousser 
Rothwell.  and  Adam  de  Brom,  touching  the  persons  who  led  and  took  away  horses, 
stud  horses  {equitia)^  and  other  animals  and  cattle,  and  also  divers  goods 
late  of  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  in  Glaumorgan,  Morganno,  and 
Cantredemaure,  and  of  other  rebels  in  the  said  lands,  and  in  the  lands  of 
Gower,  Cantrevaghan,  Breghenok,  Blenleveny,  Talgar,  Brentles,  Usk, 
Kerleoun,  and  Caldecote,  which  by  forfeiture  of  the  said  rebels  ought  to 
remain  over  to  the  king;  and  after  the  said  lands  came  into  the  king's 
hands  hunted  in  the  parks,  woods,  chaces,  and  free  warrens  therein,  fished 
in  the  stanks  and  stews,  cut  down  trees,  took  ransoms  of  divers  men  of 
those  lands  who  were  of  the  king's  allegiance,  carried  away  their  goods,  and 
set  free  without  any  mandate  or  authority  certain  of  the  king's  enemies  who 
had  been  taken. 

May  6.  The  like  to  Thomas  de  Gardinis,  Richard  de  la  Bere,  John  le  Botiller  of 

York.         Lanultut  and  Thomas  de  Achecote,  on  complaint  by  William  Aylmer, 

parson  of  the  church  of  Dadyngton,  that  Richard  de  la  Ryvere,  knight, 


IW  CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322.  Membrane  IQd — cont. 

Gilbert  atte  Rugge,  John  Lovekyn,  Henry  Sociis  (sic),  Juliana  la  Cartere, 
John  de  Wockesegh,  Thomas  le  Neweman,  William  atte  Humewest, 
Juliana  Hobbes,  Alice  Garkeborwes,  John  Morkok,  clerk,  Joan  la  Keu  of 
Hampton,  Margery  Gunnild,  Juliana  Lavender,  Isabella  Stretende,  Alice 
Chaumpeneys  of  Shryvenham,  Juliana  Gilotes,  William  atte  Hume,  John 
DoUe,  William  Eyng  of  Bisshopeston,  John  le  Kyng,  William  Bonenfaunt, 
the  elder,  Laurence  le  Eyer,  Thomas  Wynsom,  John  de  Wyrston,  James 
le  Hayward,  William  atte  Mulle,  Henry  le  Fevre  of  Hanydon,  John 
son  of  Robert  de  Stratton,  Ralph  Moreles,  John  Sturmy  of  Wachenesfeld, 
William  Carkeborwe,  Thomas  Guneld,  Agnes  Walteres,  William 
Elizabeth*,  Henry  *  Thequeneheyward,'  John  Cheverel,  Isabella  Chesman, 
William  Countesse,  Margery  atte  Mulle,  Hugh  de  Tyngewyk,  Joan  Amye, 
Henry  le  Fevre  of  Worth,  William  Revehyne,  Juliana  Huwes,  Richard 
Gardiner,  Thomas  le  White,  John  de  Ludynton,  chaplain,  Matilda  Henries, 
Richard  Horard,  Joan  Jammes,  John  son  of  Stephen  le  Budel,  John  Crume 
of  Farendon,  Adam  le  Revehyne  of  Sevenhampton,  John  de  Bereford, 
Christiana,  late  the  wife  of  Hugh  le  Portmon,  William  son  of  Richard 
Michel  of  Wotton,  Peter  le  Coupere  of  Wotton,  Eva  le  Brewestere,  Richard 
de  Perle  of  Drayton  by  Abyndon,  John  {sic),  John  le  Heward  of  Sutton  by 
Abyndon,  John,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Hanydon,  William  le  Longe  of 
Stratton,  Walter  Orgoyl,  Walter  Wallop,  Robert  Chubbe,  Matilda  Wadele, 
Roger  Lente,  Joan,  late  the  wife  of  Richard  de  Lente,  Nicholas  le  Duk, 
Thomas  Blissote,  Walter  Coche,  Robert  James  and  Agnes  his  wife,  John  le 
Fevre,  Thomas  Joce,  Nicholas  Walteres,  Richard  Scot,  William  Scot,  John 
Scot,  Robert  *  Jonesservant  de  Lente,*  William  Coppyng,  William  Leche, 
Thomas  Cate,  William  Maundevill,  and  John  his  brother,  WiUiam  Plumer, 
William  Selewyn,  Amice  Jamys,  Matthew  Pycot,  Walter  le  Cartere, 
Thomas  le  Fullere,  Henry  Estevene,  John  Jamys,  Richard  Brian,  William 
le  Clerk,  William  Henries  of  Westrop,  Roger  le  Keu  of  Worth,  Walter  de 
Hayndon,  Matilda  Culby,  Henry  Kyng  of  Bluntesdon,  Henry  le  Jugelour 
of  Lechelade,  Henry,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Inglesham,  William 
*  Themerkeresbaillif,*  Richard  Hughesone,  Joan  Bagge,  Philip  Costard, 
Roger  *  Thebaillif  of  the  hundred  of  Worth,*  Adam  *  Richardesbaillif  de 
la  Ryvere,'  Thomas  le  Heyward  of  Hanydon,  Sanra  Dunnyng,  Thomas 
Beccote,  Gervase  le  Taborer,  Nicholas  le  Fithelere,  Richard  Burbache, 
Margery  Burbache,  William  Strech,  Andrew  Slophol,  William  atte  Storte, 
Robert  Pauns,  Robert  *  Williamesheyward  de  Maundevill,*  Adam  Kiffus, 
Henry  Jauymis,  Agnes  Coles,  Christina  Coles,  Richard  Torald  of  Inglesham, 
Richard  Hughesson,  Adam  Coppyng,  Margery  Wtwe,  Andrew  Brekeston, 
John  de  Leycestre,  John  Perceval,  Thomas  de  Bradeston,  John  de 
Inglescoumbe,  Joan  atte  Hume,  Agnes  de  Hanydon,  Margery  Huberdes, 
William  Hurtehevene,  John  Vorty,  John  Havepayn,  Thomas  Castel,  John 
Whitside,  Adam  Burbache,  William  Dayberd,  John  son  of  Stephen  le 
Budel,  John  de  Hume  of  Stratton,  Henry  de  Baldon  of  Farendon,  William 
de  Mercham,  Henry  Alice,  John  Lurk,  Robert  Lurk,  William  Tulle  and 
Thomas  Turry,  with  others,  broke  his  houses  at  Sevenhampton  and 
Heyworth,  co.  Wilts,  and  carried  away  his  goods. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices,  on  complaint  by  the  said  William  that 
John  de  Wynton,  William  de  Skelton,  Robert  Breton  of  Dadyngton, 
John  Stedeman,  Robert  le  Cartere,  John  Wadde,  John  la  Mare,  Agnes  de 
Stowe,  Richard  *  Inthelane,*  William  *  Anneysmanstowe,'  Hugh  King, 
Henry  Luffyng,  John  Rotour,  Adam  Hayot,  John  Blake,  John  le  Fychere, 
Richard  Tibbesone,  Richard  Humber,  Richard  le  Suour,  John  Bretoun,  the 


16  EDWABD  ILp-Pabt  2.  ISB 


1322. 


Membrane  16d — cont^ 

younger,  John  Bretoun,  the  elder,  Adam  Aungevyn,  William  son  of 
Kichard,  Michael  de  Wotton,  Cicely  de  Fakenham,  Isolda  de  Oxenford, 
Alice  le  Ledyettere,  Alexander  le  Barbour,  John  Lenglish,  Richard 
English,  William  Neuman,  William  Gylot,  John  Honyman,  Emma  Scorth, 
William  Mayo,  Alice  Donne,  John  de  Oxon',  John  Gerveys,  Agnes  de 
Pythinton,  Ralph  de  Bereford,  Thomas  Snel,  John  le  Mouner,  Agnes  de 
Fakenham,  John  le  Lokiere,  John  Neugh,  Margery  Gygour,  Margery 
North,  William  Gygour,  John  le  FuUere,  Simon  Cachefrensh,  William 
Tonay,  Robert  Perkyn,  Simon  *  Thepersonesheldare,'  Walter  de  Milde- 
coumbe,  Henry  Partrich  of  Wodestoke,  Hugh  le  Mouner,  Vincent  de 
Storteford  of  London,  *  wolmongere,'  Adam  Hocard  of  Dadynton, 
William  Mazoun,  John  de  London,  *  taillour,*  Hugh  Andreu,  William 
Dobbe,  Thomas  le  Glasiere,  Thomas  Cok,  William  le  Suour  of  Dadynton, 
Richard  Bifeld,  William  le  Swon,  Nicholas  Carlot,  Simon  le  Sclat[ter]e, 
Gilbert  Kempe,  Gilbert  de  Berewyk,  William  Symple,  Hugh  de 
Tankevill,  Henry  Tankevill,  Richard  de  Perle  of  Drayton,  John 
le  Hey  ward  of  Sutton  by  Abyndon,  Thomas  Musard  of  Brackele, 
Hugh  Puddyng  of  Wodestok,  Thomas  Reysun,  Philip  Bacun,  Juliana 
Bretoun,  William  Walrond,  Richard  le  Smyth,  Agnes  Aleblast[er]  of 
Kempton,  Ralph  le  Peyntour,  William  Duryval,  Robert  Honyman,  Emma 
de  Bubenhull,  Robert  le  Cartere,  Juliana  Cope,  Agnes  de  Fakenham,  John 
de  Upton,  Alice  Swote,  John  le  Taillour  of  Aynho,  and  William  Godhous 
with  others  broke  his  houses  at  Dadynton  and  Caveresham,  co.  Oxford,  and 
carried  away  his  goods.         By  K.  on  the  information  of  R.  de  Ayremynne. 


MEMBRANE    15d. 

May  15.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Ralph  de  Camoys,  John  de  Stonore, 

York.  John  de  Cantebrigge,  and  Simon  de  Brunne  on  complaint  by  John  de 
Sancto  Amando  that  Robert  son  of  Robert  de  Schakeleton,  William  le 
Britton  of  Houghton  Conquest,  Richard  son  of  Ralph  de  Sevelesho,  Ralph 
son  of  Ralph  son  of  Richard,  Thomas  Spygurnel,  William  le  Brune,  Thomas 
de  Stodle  of  Wotton,  Thomas  son  of  Laurence  de  Adington  of  Kemeston 
Hefdowyk,  Nicholas  le  Irnemongere  of  Bedeford,  John  his  son,  and  Nicholas 
brother  of  the  said  John,  Stephen  de  Bodenho  of  Bedeford,  Maurice  Culbere 
of  Bedeford,  Simon  Cullebere,  John  son  of  John  Wymond,  Henry  Olyver, 
Nicholas  de  Astwod,  William  Beauchamp,  *bocher,'  Thomas  le  Spicer, 
Robert  Crowe,  William  son  of  Simon  le  Carpenter,  William  Feye, 
William  Hastyng,  Stephen  le  Bole,  John  le  Bole,  Roger  le  Tavemer, 
Nigel  Hauteyn,  Hugh  Frys,  Thomas  Priour,  John  de  Ocle,  the  elder,  John 
de  Ocle,  the  younger,  Adam  Blaunche,  John  Thyoun  le  Tabourer,  Nicholas 
le  Roper,  Richard  Nichole,  Warin  Rowold,  Simon  de  Lymbodesheye,  and 
Ralph  his  son  and  John,  brother  of  the  said  Ralph,  Richard  Merlyn,  John 
Salouo,  Robert  Saloue,  Richard  le  Cok,  Roger  Haucepe,  Stephen  son  of 
Hugh  de  Hawenes,  Robert  Walters,  John  le  Bore,  Geoffirey  Juliane,  John 
Woderoue,  John  Gerad  (sic)  le  Carpenter,  Robert  Roger,  Matilda  le  Rede 
of  Houghton  Conquest,  John  son  of  Ralph  Gerard,  Richard  Jargeville  *  le 
persones  serjaunt '  of  Maldon,  Robert  Goderiche  of  Kemeston  Herdewyk, 
Robert  Arnold  of  Pelinge,  John  Arnold  of  the  same  place,  John  *  Thomas 
serjant  de  Herdewyk,*  John  le  Whyte  of  Kemston  Herdewyk,  John 
Hammok  of  Chechele,  Robert  son  of  David  de  Maldon,  Simon  le  Brittoun  of 
Wyliton,  John  Godard  of  Merston,  Thomas  son  of  Stephen  de  Maldon, 
Henry  son  of  Thomas  atte  Churche,  and  Robert,  parson  of  a  moiety  of  the 


166  ^  43ALENDAB  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


^099  *  Meinbrane  15d — cont, 

church  of  Hoghton  Conquest,  and  others  broke  his  houses  at  Houghton 
Conquest,  co.  Bedford,  mowed  his  com,  and  carried  away  his  goods.     £7  E. 
Afterwards f  on  26  July,  in  the  16th  year,  tliese  letters  were  renewed  word  for 
word,  with  tJie  omission  of  the  said  Ralph, 

May  18.  The  like  to  Roger  de  Tyryngham,  John  de  Dene,  John  Beyveyr,  John  le 

York.  Botiller  and  John  de  Hampton,  on  complaint  by  William  la  Zousche  of 
Esseby  that  John  Wyard,  Robert  de  Harle,  Ralph  le  Porter,  parson  of  the 
church  of  Estham,  Edmund  de  JBanewell,  Henry  de  Pensax,  Adam  de 
Strete,  and  John  de  la  More,  with  others,  hunted  in  his  parks,  chaces,  and 
free  warrens  at  Cynteleye,  Elmeleye  Lovet,  Wadebergh,  Newyton,  Pyriton, 
and  Beleye,  co.  Worcester,  Berkeswell,  Claverdon,  Beausale,  and  Lytheren, 
CO.  Warwick,  Rocheford,  co.  Hereford,  and  Hamslap,  co.  Buckingham, 
fished  in  his  stanks  and  stews  there,  and  carried  away  fish,  deer,  hares, 
rabbits,  and  other  goods.  By  E. 

March  24.  The  like  to  Roger  Beler,  John  Cheynel  and  Henry  de  Hambury  touching 
Pontefract.  the  persons  who  entered  the  castles,  manors,  towns,  lands  and  tenements, 
late  of  divers  rebels,  and  in  the  king's  hands  through  forfeiture,  viz.  at 
Dufifeld,  Beaurepeir,  Wirkesworth,  Hertingdon,  Assheburn,  Chaumpayn- 
park,  Borughes,  Matlok,  Bonteshale,  Bough,  Eenill,  Dalbury,  Longeford, 
Haversegge,  Bradburn,  Hugh,  Thurvaston,  Longele,  Brassinton,  Thorp, 
Bredelowe,  Chelardeston,  and  Melburn,  co.  Derby,  Bromshulf,  Sondon, 
Chetelton,  Amelcote,  Cressewall,  Tilinton,  Arlegh,  the  dwelling-place  of 
James  de  Stafford  in  Stafford,  that  of  William  de  Stafford  in  Stafford, 
Blitheworde,  Snellesdale,  Throule,  Ethelaston,  Adgareslegh,  Neuborugh, 
Okovere,  Blakenhale,  Migners,  Yoxhale,  Newcastle  under  Lyme,  the  castle 
of  Helegh,  Frodeswall,  the  castle  of  Tuttebury,  the  castle  of  Charteleye,  co. 
Stafford,  the  castle  of  Eenilworth,  Blashale,  Shustok,  Braundon,  Arleye, 
Sloleye,  Stretton,  Lee,  Dunton,  Whitacre,  Elmedon,  Grave,  Lapworth, 
Baddesleye,  and  Oxhull,  co.  Warwick,  Hynkele,  Desford,  Shulton,  Melton, 
Newbold,  Luttreworth,  Cotesbech,  Minstreton  Temple,  Shepesheved,  Broch- 
ton  Astele,  Swithelond,  Petlyng,  Flekeneye,  Emesby,  Lindrich,  Andre- 
chirche,  Stordum,  Leicestre,  Stapelford,  the  manor  of  the  bishop  of  Lincoln  in 
Leicestre,  Radeclive,  the  castle  of  Leicestre,  the  castle  of  Dunyngton,  Lought- 
burgh,  Beaumaner,  Huclescote,  and  Fretheby,  co.  Leicester :  Navesby, 
Buckeby,  Passenham,  Wadenho,  Hales,  Little  Preston,  Eiskingbury  (sic), 
Eyldesby,  Crek,  Flore,  Broyngton,  Welde,  Milnecotes,  Eydon,  Marham, 
Sudborugh,  Twywell,  Lilleboum,  Eketon  and  Brampton,  co.  Northampton, 
Forthe,  Forthesham,  Pontesbury,  Cherleton,  Neuport,  Egmyngdon,  Norton, 
Ercalewe  and  Red  Castle,  co.  Salop ;  and  touching  the  keepers  and  ministers 
of  the  king  who  appropriated  and  concealed  the  king's  goods  found  there, 
imprisoned  divers  ecclesiastical  and  secular  men  until  they  made  fine  for 
their  delivery  and  appropriated  such  fines,  seized  their  goods  to  the  king's 
use  and  appropriated  them,  levied  in  the  king's  name  money  granted  in  aid 
of  the  king's  expedition  at  the  time  of  the  late  disturbance  and  appropriated 
it,  received  money  from  men  of  their  bailiwicks  whom  they  ought  to  have 
compelled  to  go  on  the  king's  service,  and  committed  other  offences.  By  E. 
Afterwards  on  20  May  next,  Walter  de  Friskeneye  and  William  de 
Miggeleye  were  associated  with  the  above-named  justices. 

May  17.         ^^6  1^^^  ^  John  atte  Fosse,  William  Chaumflour,  and  Robert  de  Brenkele 

York.         on  complaint  by  Richard  Tilly  that  John  Boroy,  John  Bode,  Ralph  de  Midelne, 

and  John  his  brother,  William  Peperwhyt,  and  Reginald  le  Commangir,  and 

others,  entered  his  manors  at  Asshecote  and  Nether  Hamme,  co.  Somerset, 

broke  his  close  and  houses,  and  carried  away  his  goods.  By  p.s. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Part  2.  167 


1322.  MEMBRANE  lU. 

— — —-  Commission  to  H.  de  Cobham,  E.  de  Passele  and  J.  If  eld  to  deliver  the 
gaol  of  Bocbester  of  Jobn  de  Beggebury,  imprisoned  therein  as  an  adherent 
of  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere,  a  traitor. 

May  17.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  Inge,  Nicholas  de  Wedergrave, 
Tork.  and  John  de  Fosse,  on  complaint  by  William  de  Sancto  Albino,  prior  of 
Goldeclyve,  in  the  Marches  of  Wales,  which  is  of  the  king's  patronage  and 
is  a  cell  of  the  abbey  of  Bee  Hellouin,  that,  whereas  the  abbot  of  Bee 
Hellooin  removed  Balph  de  Boncevill,  his  fellow  monk,  late  prior  thereof, 
and  presented  the  said  William  thereto  as  prior,  and  the  king  had  admitted 
him  and  had  commanded  the  temporalities  of  the  priory  to  be  delivered  to 
him,  the  said  Balph  disobeying  his  abbot  therein  and  resisting  the  king's 
mandates,  held  the  said  priory  during  half  a  year  after  the  said  tenth  year, 
not  permitting  the  said  William,  the  prior,  to  enter  the  priory  or  to 
disppse  of  or  order  the  possessions  thereof  as  pertain  to  his  office,  William 
le  Walsh  of  Lanwaryn,  John  Ythel,  Adam  son  of  Bobert  le  Walsh,  William 
son  of  Bobert  le  Walsh,  Griffin  ap  Henry,  Lewelin  ap  Meurick,  William 
Machon,  Nicholas  Machon,  Walter  de  Preston,  and  John  Wolrich  within 
the  said  half-year  broke  the  treasury  of  the  priory  at  Goldeclyve  within  the 
prior's  liberty,  took  and  carried  away  cups,  bowls  {pelves)^  and  other  vessels 
of  silver  and  gilt,  and  other  goods  and  muniments  of  the  house,  broke  a 
chest  secured  with  four  locks,  wherein  the  prior's  seal  was  kept,  took  the  seal 
and  sealed  with  it  divers  quit-claims,  alienated  many  lands  and  tenements 
belonging  to  the  priory,  granted  certain  pensions  and  corrodies,  and  bound 
the  priory  in  bonds  for  debts  which  the  prior  and  convent  did  not 
owe.  The  jury  is  to  be  of  the  men  of  the  lands  of  Caldecote,  Kaerlion  and 
Edelegan,  which  are  in  the  king's  hands  for  certain  causes,  and  of  the 
land  of  StroguiU  belonging  to  Thomas,  earl  of  Norfolk  and  Marshal  of 
England,  the  king's  brother,  all  which  are  in  the  vicinage  of  the  liberty 
of  Goldecl3rve. 

Altered  because  sealed  at  another  time  by  j>ct.  of  C. 

May  18.  The  like  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Winchester,  Henry  le  Scrop, 

York.  Walter  de  Norwyco  and  William  de  Bereford,  on  complaint  by  John  de 
Britannia,  earl  of  Bichmond,  that  Henry  son  of  Hugh,  Bobert  de  Ellerton, 
Goderic  de  Neusum,  Thomas  de  Laton,  knight,  Thomas  de  Bokeby,  William 
Tailleboys,  William  de  Mabanhou,  Henry  do  Tesedale,  John  de  Laton, 
Bichard  de  Crossethwayt,  William  de  Boghes  and  John  le  Gynour,  and 
others,  while  the  earl  was  coming  by  the  king's  command  to  the  Parliament 
at  Westminster  summoned  for  three  weeks  after  midsummer  last,  came  to 
his  castle  of  Boghes,  co.  York,  besieged  and  took  it,  expelled  John  Nowel, 
the  constable  thereof,  and  other  his  men  and  servants,  and  held  the  castle 
for  a  long  time,  did  not  permit  him  to  levy  and  receive  his  toll  and  other 
customs  and  rents  and  divers  other  services,  but  levied  the  same  themselves, 
partly  burnt  a  hall  in  the  castle,  consumed  four  tuns  of  wine,  of  the  price 
of  201.  and  other  victuals,  carried  away  his  armour,  springalds  and  engines, 
and  other  goods,  left  the  castle  without  guard  while  the  Scots  were  in 
those  parts,  and  hunted  in  his  free  chace  of  Bichomund,  Gillyng  and 
Skitheby,  co.  York,  and  carried  away  deer  and  assaulted  the  keepers. 

By  pet.  of  C. 

May  20.  Mandate  to  Bobert  de  Sapy,  keeper  of  the  land  of  Powys,  which  is  in  the 

York.  king's  hands,  to  the  following  effect.  Whereas  Boger  Trumwyne,  lately 
found  surety  to  hold  himself  faithful,  and  the  king  by  divers  writs  com- 
manded the  said  Bobert  to  deliver  all  lands  and  tenements  which  the  said 
Boger  and  Joan  his  wife,  late  the  wife  of  Owen  de  la  Pole,  held 
in  Powys  in  dower  of  the  said  Joan,  and  which  had  been  taken  into  the 


168  CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


]^322  Membrane  14td — cont. 

king's  hands,  to  the  said  Roger  and  Joan,  together  with  the  goods  of  the 
said  Roger  then  in  them,  and  afterwards  upon  information  that  divers 
disturbers  of  the  peace  had  hindered  the  said  Robert  so  that  he  could  not 
deliver  the  said  lands  and  tenements,  and  further  had  assaulted  the  servants 
of  the  said  Roger  and  killed  some  of  them,  and  had  taken  and  abducted 
the  said  Joan  and  detained  her  in  that  land ;  the  king  commanded  him 
to  deliver  without  delay  to  the  said  Roger  and  Joan  the  said  lands,  tenements 
and  goods  according  to  the  tenor  of  his  aforesaid  repeated  mandates  and  to 
cause  the  said  Joan  to  be  released,  and  to  attach  and  detain  any  persons 
offering  resistance ;  and  the  said  Robert  has  returned  that  he  has  not  been 
able  to  deliver  the  said  lands,  tenements  and  goods  on  account  of  the 
resistance  and  malice  of  Llewelin  ap  Tuder,  Owen  ap  Griffud  ap  Gwen, 
Philip  ap  Lewelin,  Madoc  ap  Tuder  Loyt,  Madoc  ap  Tudir  ap  Madoc, 
Llewelin  ap  Howel,  Griffin  Cragh,  Gadegan  ap  Lewelin,  Griffin  Penbras, 
and  Owen  his  brother.  Griffin  ap  Griffith  ap  Gwen,  Griffin  Whith  ap 
Tuder  Loit,  Yevan  Tor,  Yevan  Duy,  Yevan  ap  Tuder  ap  Madok,  Griffin 
Loid  Rouka,  Houwel  Cragh,  David  Duy  ap  Eynon,  Griffin  ap  Edeneuet, 
Madoc  ap  Edeneuet,  Edenewen  ap  Gwyn,  Madoc  ap  Griffith  ap  Eyneon, 
Madoc  ap  Griffith  ap  Gliwys,  Lewelin  Gogh  ap  Griffith,  Griffin  ap  Oweyn 
Gogh  and  his  son,  Howel  Gogh  ap  Nest,  and  Yevan  Hyr,  who  with  the 
entire  commonalty  of  the  counties  of  Eeveillok  and  Eereignen  came  to 
Lannurvel  and  answered  in  common  that  they  would  not  attorn  to  the 
said  Robert  and  Joan  or  to  any  other  person  for  the  king's  mandate,  or  at 
the  command  of  any  person  until  they  had  order  by  word  of  the  king's 
mouth  at  his  Parliament ;  and  that  he  could  not  without  a  great  posse  attach 
such  disturbers  of  the  peace  on  account  of  their  numbers  and  malice,  as  is 
contained  in  the  said  returns, — the  king,  considering  the  dishonour  to  him 
and  his  dignity  by  such  resistance  and  disobedience  and  being  determined 
that  his  said  mandates  shall  be  put  in  execution,  commands  the  said  Robert 
to  deliver  without  delay  to  the  said  Roger  and  Joan  the  lands,  tenements 
and  goods  aforesaid,  and  if  he  shall  find  any  persons  resisting  therein,  to 
attach  them  and  keep  them  in  safe  custody  according  to  the  tenor  of  the 
aforesaid  mandates,  taking  for  this  purpose  the  posse  of  the  land  of  Powys  ; 
and  the  king  has  commanded  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  lord  of  the  lands 
of  Eedewynk,  Chirk  and  Osewaldestre,  Peter  Corbet,  lord  of  Cans,  Res  ap 
Griffith,  keeper  of  the  king's  lands  of  Cardigan,  the  constable  of  the  castle 
of  Montgomery,  the  sheriff  of  Mereunith,  and  the  sheriff  of  Salop  and 
Stafford,  to  be  aiding  with  their  posses  whenever  required  by  the  said 
Robert.  By  pet.  of  C. 


MEMBRANE    IBd. 

May  18.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Yaus,  Nicholas  Scot,  William 
York.  de  Denum  and  Richard  de  Emeldon,  on  representation  by  William  Grubbe 
of  Suthfen,  merchant  of  Almain,  by  petition  exhibited  before  the  king  and 
Council,  that  in  crossing  the  sea  in  his  ship  laden  with  timber,  herrings,  and 
other  goods  from  Norway  to  Lenne  or  Yarmouth  to  trade  with,  he  came  to 
Raveneser  and  from  there  was  driven  by  a  tempest  to  a  place  in  the  sea 
called  Cousterde  by  Baumburgh,  and  not  wishing  or  daring  to  go  further 
North  for  fear  of  the  Scots,  for  the  safety  of  himself,  his  ship  and  goods,  he 
anchored  there,  when  Roger  de  Horsle  and  John  son  of  Jidiana  de 
Neubigging  and  others  boarded  his  ship,  assaulted  him  and  his  mariners, 
took  them  and  the  ship  whither  they  wished,  imprisoned  him  and  the 
mariners  in  prison  at  Baumburgh  until  the  said  William  and  the  mariners 
8W0Ee  on  the  holy  gospels  that  they  would  go  from  thence  to  Scotland,  and 


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1 009  Membrane  13d — corU. 

conducted  them  three  leagues  in  the  direction  of  Berewyk,  but  as  soon  as 
their  said  conductors  had  left  them  they  turned  immediately  towards 
Newcastle  on  Tyne ;  and  that  his  said  ship  and  goods  are  still  detained. 

By  pet.  of  C. 

May  18«  The  like  to  John  de  Thorp,  Simon  de  Hedersete,  and  John  le  Claver,  on 
York.  complaint  by  Nicholas  de  Hamburgh,  merchant  of  Almain,  that  whereas 
he  freighted  a  ship  called  la  Welyfare  del  Brele  with  divers  wares  at 
Grippeswold  in  Estland,  for  conveyance  to  Eyngeston  upon  Hull,  Robert 
Levyng  of  Aldesburgh,  Richard  atte  Forthe,  John  son  of  Thomas  Ayered, 
Thomas  Yustace  of  Reydone,  Thomas  de  Gosemere,  liobert  Hereward  of 
Reydone,  Geoffrey  Pape  of  Reydon,  Thomas  de  Aldeburgh,  and  Thomas 
•Thomas-servant  de  Aldeburgh,*  Henry  Pakke  of  Suthwolde,  Adam 
Barlibred,  Thomas  son  of  Richard  Rokelyn,  Richard  de  Jememuta,  John 
de  Eston,  Benedict  le  Whryte,  William  Nichole  of  Welles,  Hervey  Seman 
of  Brunham,  John  Felawe  of  Brunham,  Thomas  Mirihel  of  Brunham,  and 
Thomas  Mirihel  of  Brunnemuth,  and  others,  boarded  his  ship  near  Blake- 
neye,  co.  Norfolk,  on  her  voyage,  took  and  carried  away  his  goods  and 
assaulted  him.  By  E. 

Vacated  because  otherwise  on  the  schedule  hereto  annexed. 


Membrane  ISd — continued. 

(Schedule.) 

May  18.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Thorp,  Simon  de  Hedersete, 
York.  Edmund  de  Hemmegrave,  and  John  le  Claver,  on  complaint  by  Nicholas 
de  Hamburgh,  merchant  of  Almain,  that,  whereas  he  freighted  a  ship  called 
la  Weliffare  del  Brele  with  divers  wares  at  Grippeswold  in  Estland,  to  be 
brought  to  the  town  of  Kyngeston  upon  Hull  to  trade  with,  Robert  Levyng 
of  Aldesburgh,  Richard  atte  Forthe,  John  son  of  Thomas  Ayered,  Thomas 
Yustace  of  Reydone,  Thomas  de  Gosemere,  Robert  Hereward  of  Reydone, 
GeofiErey  Pape  of  Reydone,  Thomas  de  Aldeburgh,  and  Thomas  *  Thomas 
servant  de  Aldeburgh,'  Henry  Pakke  of  Suthwolde,  Adam  Barlibred, 
Thomas  son  of  Richard  Rokelyn,  Ralph  de  Jememutha,  John  de  Eston, 
William  Nicole  of  Wells,  Hervey  Seman  of  Brunham,  John  Damman- 
neissone,  John  Dosyere  of  Northales,  John  Soft  of  Northales,  John 
Skylman  of  Eston,  Geoffrey  Wys  of  Eston,  Thomas  de  Bekham  of 
Suthwold,  and  William  his  brother,  John  Chevere  of  Suthwold,  Thomas 
de  Whyton,  William  Aldeth  of  Aldeburgh,  John  de  la  Forthe,  Richard  son 
of  John,  Thomas  atte  Strete,  John  Baldewyne,  Thomas  le  Wayt,  John  le 
Qwyte,  John  Bal,  Richard  ^Bal,  Andrew  Baldeneve,  John  Roche,  John  le 
Marchal,  Hervey  Spenser  of  Brunham,  Gilbert  Burgeys  of  Tychewell, 
John  de  Tychewell,  Hugh  Peper  de  Depedale,  John  Larke  of  Depedale, 
William  Neuman  of  Thornam,  Geoffrey  Wyberd  of  Thomham,  William 
Baret  of  Hunestaneston,  Adam  de  Pakefeld  of  Brunham,  Ralph  Grome  of 
Depedale,  Ralph  Red  of  Brunham,  John  Spynk  of  Brunham,  Thomas 
Gowe  of  Brunham,  Paul  de  Wymundham,  Seman  Gillott,  John  Adam  of 
Brunham,  and  others,  boarded  the  said  ship  near  Blakeneye,  co  Norfolk, 
carried  away  his  goods  and  assaulted  him.     The  jury  to  be  from  Norfolk. 

ByK. 

The  like,  word  for  word,  on  complaint  by  the  said  Nicholas  de  Hamburgh. 
The  jury  to  be  from  the  county  of  Suffolk.  By  K. 


160  CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


Membrane  18^ — Schedule — cont, 

1  Qoo  {On  the  dorse  of  the  same  Sched^de,) 

May  18.  The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  Helunc  Grove,  merchant 
York.  of  Almain,  that,  whereas  he  freighted  a  ship  called  la  Welyfare  with  divers 
goods  at  Hamburgh  in  Almain  to  be  taken  to  Yarmouth  to  trade  with, 
John  Essoul  of  Baldeseye  and  Ranulf  his  son  and  others  boarded  the  ship 
within  the  port  of  Goseford,  co.  Suffolk,  into  which  port  on  her  voyage  to 
Yarmouth,  it  had  been  driven  by  stress  of  weather,  carried  away  his  goods 
and  assaulted  his  men.  By  E. 

Membrane  18d — cont. 

May  16.  The  like  to  Roger  Beler,  Hugh  de  Prestwold  and  Rod'o  {sic)  Beler,  on 
York.  complaint  by  John  Hamelyn  that  Thomas  Blaunfrount,  Simon  de  Bereford 
and  William  his  brother,  and  Henry  de  Leckeboum  and  others  entered  his 
manors  at  Wymundham,  Burton  Seint  Lazer,  and  Barewe  upon  Sore,  co. 
Leicester,  and  Okele,  co.  Stafford,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  in  his 
parks  there.  By  E. 

« 

May  16.  The  like  to  Edmund  de  Hemmegrave,  Simon  de  Hedersete  and  John 
York.  Claver  on  complaint  by  Albridus  de  Breme,  merchant  of  Almain,  that 
John  Lambot,  Thomas  Sprynget,  Robert  Leuys  of  Grenewich,  Thomas 
Gilour,  Alexander  de  Sandwyco,  Gervase  Alard  of  Wynchelse,  the  younger, 
Henry  Alard  and  Henry  his  brother,  and  others,  boarded  his  ship  while 
anchored  in  the  port  of  Harwich,  assaulted  him  and  his  men,  and  took  away 
the  ship  with  the  goods  in  her :  the  jury  to  be  of  Suffolk.  By  E. 

May  16.  The  like  to  Walter  de  Norwyco,  John  de  Thorp  and  John  Claver,  on 
York.  information  that  Thomas  Daniet,  Reginald  son  of  Thomas,  Bartholomew 
le  Cayly,  John  son  of  Simon  de  Walpol,  Peter  son  of  Peter,  John  son  of 
Adam,  Walter  Eippyng,  Walter  Sparwe  of  Walsokne,  Robert  de  Causton, 
William  le  Mareschal,  Peter  de  Aldebury,  Walter  son  of  Adam  de  Colton  of 
Tyrington,  Walter  son  of  Clarice,  John  son  of  Thomas,  Robert  Chapman, 
Reginald  Chapman,  Reginald  son  of  Ralph,  Laurence  de  Depedale  of 
Walton,  Geoffrey  son  of  Stephen,  John  le  Blowere,  Eustace  Noon,  Richard 
de  Rygges,  John  Flury,  William  de  Westburgh  of  Tilney,  Richard  le 
Blowere,  Adam  son  of  Gregory,  John  Germound,  Edmund  Grey  and  Joseph 
Lambert,  of  Wynggenhale,  subcollectors  of  the  eighteenth  in  the  towns  of 
Walpol,  Westwalton,  Walsokne,  Tilneye,  Tiryngton  and  Wygenhale,  co. 
Norfolk,  men  deputed  from  the  said  towns,  taxed  and  raised  great  sums  of 
money  for  the  king's  use  from  the  said  towns,  which  they  concealed  and 
appropriated.  By  E. 

May  18.  The  like  to  Ralph  Basset  of  Drayton,  William  la  Zousche  of  Assheby, 
York.  Thomas  de  Radeclyve,  and  William  de  Assheby,  on  complaint  by  John  de 
Pateshull  that  John  de  Olneye,  William  le  Botiller,  the  younger,  Richard 
de  Newenham,  Walter  le  Gardener  of  WodehuU,  and  Robert  his  brother, 
Stephen  de  Haversham,  clerk,  and  John  Dauncelark  with  others  broke  his 
houses  of  Little  Craule,  co.  Buckingham,  and  carried  away  his  goods. 

By  pet.  of  C. 

May  16.         The  like  to  Edmund  de  Nevill,  John  Travers,  and  John  de  Lancastre,  by 
York.        oath  of  good  men  of  the  counties  of  York  and  Lancaster,  touching  the 
persons  who  broke  the  king's  free  chaces  of  Bouland,  co.  York,  andPenhull, 
Trouden,  Rossendale^  Akerington,  and  Hoddelesden,  co.  Lancaster. 

ByE. 


16  EDWARD  II.-  Part  2.  161 


1322. 


MEMBRANE    12d. 


May  17.         Oommission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Langele,  Robert  de  Stoke 

York.         and    Roger  Illari  touching  the  persons  who    burned    a   water  mill  at 

Warewyk,  while  it  was  in  the  king's  hands  by  reason  of  the  minority  of 

Thomas  son  of  Guy  de  Bello  Campo,  earl  of  Warwick.  By  K. 

May  18.  Mandate  to  Roger  Beler,  keeper  of  the  castles,  manors,  towns  and  lands, 
York.  late  of  Thomas,  sometime  earl  of  Lancaster,  and  of  other  rebels  in  the 
counties  of  Leicester,  Stafford  and  Derby,  which  are  in  the  king's  hands,  to 
make  an  extent  thereof,  to  wit,  of  their  yearly  value  in  demesnes,  villeinages, 
homages,  services,  rents,  and  all  other  issues  ;  and  to  enquire  what  lands  are 
forfeitures  to  the  king  without  claim,  and  what  have  clamis  lodged  against 
them ;  what  are  worth  keeping  in  the  king's  hands  for  stock  and  other 
profits,  what  would  be  better  let  to  farm  to  tenants  and  at  what  rates  and 
terms ;  also  as  to  those  lands  kept  in  the  king's  hand,  at  what  farm  they 
would  let ;  also  how  much  great  wood  and  underwood  could  be  sold  without 
waste  or  destruction  and  what  other  profits  could  be  made  thereof ;  and  he 
is  to  certify  the  king  hereof  this  side  of  the  quinzaine  of  Midsummer. 

By  E.  and  C. 

The  like  to  the  following  touching  the  castles,  manors,  towns,  lands,  and 
tenements  of  rebels  in  the  following  counties  :— 
John  Travers  in  Lancaster. 
Roger  de  Waltham  in  Stafford, 
Robert  de  Tok  in  Derby. 

Richard  de  Whatton  in  Northampton,  Nottingham,  and  Rutland. 
Robert  de  Gaddesby  in  Leicester, 
Robert  de  Aston  of  the  possessions  of  the  earl  of  Lancaster  and 

others  in  Somerset,  Dorset,  and  Gloucester. 
Richard  de  Emeldon,  of  the  lands  of  the  said  earl  and  others  in 

Northumberland. 
John  Travers  of  the  lands  of  the  earl  and  others  in  Lancaster,  Blake- 

bumshire,  and  Halton,  eo.  Chester. 
Robert  de  Hungerford  of  lands  of  the  earl  and  others  in  the  city  of 

London,  and  counties  of  Middlesex,  Wilts,  Berks,  and  Southampton. 
The  keeper  of  the  lands  of  certain  rebels  in  Lancaster. 
Richard  de  Rodeneye,  of  the  lands  of  the  earl  and  others  in  Devon 

and  Cornwall. 
Gilbert  de  Syngelton,  of  the  castle  of  Haulton,  and  lands  in  Congelton, 

Whitteleie    and    Longedendale,    co.   Chester,    and    Wydenes,   co. 

Lancaster. 
Thomas   DeyviU,  of  the  castle  and  manor  of  Pontefract,  and  all 

castles  and  lands  of  the  earl  and  others  in  the  county  of  York  on 

this  side  the  river  Use,  except  the  manor  of  Skipton  in  Craven. 
Robert  de  Whatton,  of  the  manor  of   Kneshale  and  all  castles  and 

lands  of  the  earl  and  others  in  Nottingham,    Northampton  and 

Rutland,  and  fees  of  Lancaster  in  the  counties  of  Lihcoln  and 

Nottingham  and  in  the  under-shrievalty  (retrovicecom*)  of  Lincoln. 
John  de  Kylvynton  of  the  like  between  the  rivers  These  and  Use. 
Henry  de  Malton,  of  the  like  in  Westmoreland  and  Cumberland,  and 

the  castles  and  manors    of    Skipton  in  Craven  and  Burton  in 

Lonesdale. 
Alan  de  Cuppeldyk  of  the  like  in  Lincoln. 
Roger  Carles  of  the  like  in  Hereford,  Worcester,  and  Salop. 
Robert  de  Stoke  of  the  like   in  Warwick,  Oxford,   Bedford,  and 

Buckingham. 

24962  h 


162 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

June  15. 
Haddlesey. 


May  18. 
York. 


Membrane  12(1 — cont. 

The  like  mandate  to  John  de  Whytington,  Peter  de  Scremby,  Nicholas  de 
Neubald,  and  Robert  Haulay  touching  the  lands  &c.  of  the  said  earl  and 
other  rebels  in  the  county  of  Lincoln.  By  £.  and  C. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  William  de  Bereford,  John  de 
Foxle,  John  de  Stonore,  and  Robert  de  Morby,  on  complaint  by  John  de 
Bloxham  that  Thomas  son  of  Roger  de  Beaufoo  and  Roger  his  brother, 
Roger  son  of  Guy  de  Wyginton,  Robert  son  of  John  de  Trillowe,  John  de 
Leye,  Edmund  Flambard,  John  son  of  Ralph  de  Bereford,  Walter  son  of 
Ralph  de  Sutton  of  Donstowe,  Thomas  de  Hynton,  John  Wodeward,  Richard 
le  Faukener,  Thomas  son  of  John  Baldon,  Thomas  Eleyne,  Lovekin  Bruyn 
of  Bereford  St.  John,  Walter  atte  Grove,  John  Ricard,  Adam  de  Bobenhull, 
Robert  son  of  Walter  de  Molendino,  Richard  le  Thresshere,  and  Roger  de 
Roppesle  with  others  entered  his  dwelling-place  at  Bereford  St.  John,  co. 
Oxford,  broke  the  walls,  hedges,  doors,  windows,  and  dove-cot  there,  and 
carried  away  doves  and  other  goods  there  and  at  Bereford  St.  Michael, 
assaulted  his  men  who  were  in  his  said  dwelling-place,  raised  the  hue  and 
cry  upon  them,  ejected  them  therefrom  and  pursued  them  to  the  town  of 
Bereford  St.  Michael,  besieged  them  in  houses  of  the  said  John  there  for  a 
great  space,  broke  the  houses  and  assaulted  them. 

By  pet.  of  C.  and  by  fine  of  20«. 


May  20. 

York. 


June  4. 
BothweU. 


June  2« 

BothweU. 


MEMBRANE    lid. 

Commission  of  oyer  end  terminer  to  Edmund  de  Nevill,  Gilbert  de 
Syngelton  and  John  de  Lancastre  on  complaint  by  Richard  de  Hulton  that 
Adam  de  Radeclif,  and  John  and  Roger  his  brothers,  Richard  son  of 
William  de  Radeclif,  Robert  de  Heton,  Elias  de  Levere,  Matthew  de  Ridich, 
Jordan  de  Tettelawe,  Ithel  de  Indeleye  and  Adam  de  Bletherhose  with 
others  entered  his  manors  at  Overdeshale,  Hulton  and  Flixton,  co.  Lancaster, 
broke  the  gates  of  his  manors,  and  the  doors  and  windows  of  his  houses 
there,  carried  away  his  goods,  broke  his  parks,  hunted  therein,  and  assaulted 
his  servants.  By  pet  of  C.  and  fine  of  |  mark. 

The  like  to  Walter  de  Norwyco,  William  de  Bereford  and  John  de 
Stonore,  touching  the  case  between  Hamo  de  Chiggewell  and  William  de 
Bodele,  citizens  of  London,  and  executors  of  the  will  of  Elias  Petri,  late 
king's  merchant  and  citizen  of  the  same  city,  of  the  one  part,  and  Thomas 
Cok  of  Abyndon  and  John  Simeon,  merchants  of  London,  of  the  other  part, 
as  to  the  arrest  of  the  goods  of  the  said  Thomas  and  John  at  the  suit  of 
the  first-named  parties,  which  was  moved  in  the  Chancery  and  as  to  which 
a  petition  was  made  in  the  Parliament  at  York  three  weeks  after  Easter 
last. 

The  like  to  John  de  Stonore,  Ralph  de  Bereford  and  Thomas  de  Louth 
on  complaint  by  John  de  Haudlo  that  Walter  le  Poure,  knight,  Richard  de 
Louches,  Philip  de  Havill,  Giles  Ryvel,  Thomas  Malet,  Giles  le  Poure, 
Richard  atte  Hall,  and  John  de  Hampton,  and  others,  entered  his  manors  at 
Pidynton,  Mosewelle,  Bokele  (stc),  Hedyndon,  Chadelynton,  Swereford  and 
Rollyndryght,  co.  Oxford,  drove  away  his  horses,  cattle  and  sheep  and 
committed  divers  trespasses  there.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices,  on  complaint  by  the  same  John  de  Haudlo 
thst  William  de  Side,  chaplain,  Richard  atte  Halle,  Robert  Barbost,  William 
de  Caumpdene,  Nicholas  Perys,  Peter  de  la  Mare,  Thomas  *  the  persones 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  2.  168. 


1322. 


Membrane  lid — cont. 


baillif '  of  Cheverel  and  Peter  le  Clerk  entered  his  manors  at  Cheverel  and 
Pulton,  CO.  Wilts,  drove  away  his  horses,  cattle  and  sheep  and  committed 
divers  trespasses  there.  By  p.s. 

Vacated  because  otherwise  below. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  John  de  Haudlo 
that  certain  persons  entered  his  manor  of  Enham,  co.  Southampton,  drove 
away  his  horses,  cattle  and  sheep  and  committed  other  trespasses.     By  p.s. 

Vacated  because  otherwise  below. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  John  de  Haudlo 
touching  the  commission  of  like  trespasses  at  his  manors  {sic)  of  Coulne,  co. 
Somerset  (sic),  and  the  driving  away  of  his  horses,  cattle  and  sheep. 

By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  John  de  Haudlo 
that  Bichard  de  Louches,  John  son  of  Bichard  de  Loaches,  Balph  Wace, 
Andrew  de  Louches,  Robert  de  Louches  of  Chisilhampton,  John  Marmyon, 
Master  Robert  de  Leukenore,  Alan  de  EUisfeld,  Richard  de  Williamescote, 
Gilbert  de  Cherlebnry,  Drogo  de  Dane,  Gilbert  de  Dane,  Roger  de  Calstone, 
Thomas  de  Gersyndon,  Richard  de  Hattecombe  and  John  de  Skalebrok 
with  others  entered  his  manors  at  Borstal,  Lntegarsale,  Adingrave,  Accle 
and  Stepulcleydon,  co.  Buckingham,  drove  away  his  horses,  cattle  and 
sheep,  and  committed  other  trespasses.  By  p.s. 


MEMBRANE    lOd. 

May  24.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  Inge,  Nicholas  de  Wedergrave, 
Haverab.  and  John  de  la  Fosse  on  petition  before  the  king  and  Council  by  the  prior 
of  Goldeclyve  in  the  Marches  of  Wales  showing  that,  whereas  that  priory  is 
of  the  king's  advowson  and  the  temporalities  belonging  to  the  priory  are  held 
of  the  king  and  are  of  his  fee,  and  the  prior  is  a  lord  of  the  Marches  and  has 
his  liberty  in  those  parts  like  other  lords  of  the  Marches  there,  and  ought 
not  to  answer  elsewhere  for  the  lands  or  tenements  belonging  to  his  priory, 
and  that  neither  he  nor  his  predecessors  in  times  past  ought  to  answer 
except  as  lords  of  the  Marches,  William  le  Walshe  of  Lanwaryn  and  Griffin 
ap  Henri,  with  the  assent  of  Roger  Damory,  then  a  lord  of  the  Marches  of 
the  adjoining  lands,  designing  to  usurp  and  attract  the  demesne  of  the 
priory  to  the  said  Roger,  procured  certain  writs  from  the  chancery  of  the 
said  Roger  in  these  parts  against  the  said  prior  and  others  his  tenants 
concerning  certain  tenements  of  the  prior  in  Goldeclyve  and  Multon, 
within  the  prior's  liberty  of  Goldclyve,  to  be  pleaded  in  the  court  of 
the  said  Roger  in  Lembenith  and  Kaerliol,  and  sued  out  process  thereof 
there ;  and  although  the  king  prohibited  the  said  Roger  and  his  bailiffs 
from  holding  such  pleas  in  his  courts  to  the  king's  prejudice  and  commanded 
the  said  William  and  Griffin  to  implead  the  said  prior  and  his  tenants  else- 
where according  to  law  and  the  custom  of  those  parts,  if  they  should  deem  it 
expedient,  nevertheless  the  said  Roger  and  his  bailiffs  continued  the  said 
pleas  in  the  said  courts  and  the  said  William  and  Griffin  prosecuted  the 
same  pleas  there  until  the  tenements  were  by  judgment  of  the  said  courts 
adjudged  to  them,  to  the  prejudice  of  the  king  and  the  danger  of  the 
disherison  of  the  church  of  the  said  prior.  The  king  therefore,  being  bound 
by  reason  of  his  superior  lordship  to  show  justice  to  his  subjects,  as  well  for 
his  own  right  as  wishing  on  behalf  of  the  said  prior  to  provide  a  remedy 
herein,  commissioned  the  above  justices  to  cause  as  well  the  said  prior  as  the 
said  William  and  Grif&n  to  come  before  them  and  to  hear  their  cases  {rationes) 
and  to  enquire  therein,  if  necessary,  in  their  presence  by  oath  of  good  men  of 


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CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


May  24. 

Haverah. 


May  20. 

York. 


June  1. 
Boihwell. 


Membrane  lOd — cont. 

the  lands  of  Caldecote,  Eaerlion  and  Edelegan  at  present  in  the  king's  hands, 
and  also  of  the  liberty  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Norfolk  and  Marshal  of  England, 
the  king's  brother,  of  the  land  of  Stroguill,  which  are  adjacent  to  the  liberty 
of  Goldeclyve.  By  pet.  of  C. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  William,  prior  of 
Goldclive  in  the  marches  of  Wales,  as  shown  in  his  petition  exhibited 
before  the  king  and  Council,  that  William  de  Stratton,  John  Lutell,  Griffin 
ap  Henry,  Roger  Pyn,  Roger  Neweman,  John  Wolrich,  Nicholas  son  of 
Robert  de  Runeston,  Walter  de  Preston,  Nicholas  Smith,  William  Machoun, 
Nicholas  Machoun,  Llewelin  ap  Meurik,  Gregory  son  of  Lewelin  ap  Meurik, 
Philip  Tevan,  Thomas  Ladde,  Philip  Seysild  and  John  Randolf  assaulted 
him  at  Morburne  within  his  liberty  of  Goldclive,  took  him  and 
imprisoned  him  for  seven  days,  and  afterwards  took  him  to  the  castle  of 
Uske  and  kept  him  there  until  he  made  fine  with  them  by  100  marks,  led 
away  bis  horses  and  cattle  at  Morburne,  Assh  and  Coudre  within  the 
said  liberty,  and  carried  away  other  goods  of  his.  The  jury  to  be  taken 
from  the  lands  specified  in  the  preceding  commission.  By  pet.  of  C. 

The  like  to  John  de  Cherleton,  mayor  of  the  merchants  of  the  staple  of 
wools  and  wool-fells,  Adam  de  Brom  and  Peter  de  Lodyngton,  on  informa- 
tion that  the  collectors  of  custom  of  wools  and  wool-fells  in  the  ports 
within  the  counties  of  Northumberland,  York,  Lincoln,  Nottingham, 
Norfolk,  Suffolk,  Surrey,  Sussex,  Southampton,  Devon,  Somerset,  Dorset 
and  the  city  of  London,  as  well  the  present  collectors  as  those  who  have 
been  collectors  from  the  date  of  the  statute  of  the  staple,  20  May, 
6  Edward  II,  and  their  controllers,  have  permitted  divers  merchants 
fraudulently  to  export  wools  and  fells  contrary  to  the  king's  prohibition  and 
have  appropriated  a  great  part  of  the  money  accruing  £rom  the  i  mark  on 
every  sack  of  wool,  on  every  last  of  hides  and  on  every  three  hundred  fells 
granted  in  the  eleventh  year  beyond  the  right  custom  by  natives,  and  from 
the  10«.  on  every  sack  of  wool,  on  every  last  of  hides  and  on  every  three 
hundred  fells  by  foreign  merchants,  granted  in  the  eleventh  year  beyond  the 
right  custom ;  that  those  who  have  held  the  office  of  the  tronage  in  the 
same  ports  have  taken  money  from  divers  merchants,  natives  and  foreigners, 
to  permit  the  passage  out  of  the  realm  of  their  wools,  some  unweighed  and 
some  insufficiently  weighed,  to  the  loss  of  the  custom;  that  divers 
merchants,  with  the  counsel  and  assent  of  certain  persons,  in  other  places 
in  the  said  counties  than  those  in  which  there  is  a  ooket,  have  exported 
unweighed  wools,  the  custom  being  unpaid ;  and  that  very  many  persons 
in  the  said  counties  have  received  tiiQ  goods  of  foreign  merchants,  who  have 
exported  wools  and  wool-fells  contrary  to  the  statute,  and  have  avowed  the 
same  for  their  own,  that  so  the  said  foreign  merdimts  should  remain 
unpunished  for  their  offences.  By  E. 

Afterwards,  1  July,  Peter  de  Lodyngton,  John  de  Tichebum,  John  de 
Insula,  William  le  Wayte,  and  John  Gabriel  were  associated  with  the  said 
mayor  in  the  foregoing  commission.  By  K. 

The  like  to  John  de  Stonore,  Ralph  de  Bereford,  and  Thomas  de  Louth, 
on  complaint  by  Ingelram  Berenger  that  Henry  Pycard,  John  Fomot,  and 
Robert  Grey  with  others  entered  his  manor  at  Tytecoumbe,  co.  Berks,  broke 
the  gates  of  the  manor  and  the  doors  and  windows  of  the  houses  therein 
and  took  and  led  away  his  horses,  oxen,  and  sheep,  and  carried  away  his 
goods.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  oii  complaint  by  the  said  Ingelram  that 
Willi^n)  son  of  Warin,  John  Mi^iitravers,  Nicholas  de  Percjr,  and  William 


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de  Percy  with  others  entered  his  manors  at  Shnpton  and  Tounholl,  co. 
Southampton,  drove  away  his  horses,  cattle,  sheep  and  goats,  and  committed 
other  trespasses.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  Ingelram  that 
John  Strugg,  Peter  Skydemore,  John  Mautravers,  Nicholas  de  Percy, 
William  de  Whitefeld,  and  Edmund  de  Pleycy,  with  others,  entered  his 
manors  of  Ebblesboum,  Alvedeston,  and  Brodemore,  co.  Wilts,  committed 
the  like  trespasses,  took  and  led  away  his  horses,  cattle,  sheep,  she-goats, 
and  swine,  and  carried  away  his  goods.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  Ingelram  that 
William  de  Whitefeld  and  John  Mautravers,  with  others,  entered  his 
manors  at  Morton  and  Blakemore,  co.  Dorset,  committed  the  like  trespasses, 
took  and  led  away  his  horses,  cattle  and  sheep,  and  carried  away  his  goods. 

By  p.s. 

MEMBRANE   9d. 

May  28.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Stonore,  Balph  de 
Haverah.  Bereford,  and  Thomas  de  Louth  on  the  king's  information  that  John  de 
Wynton*,  William  de  Skelton,  Nicholas  Brachet,  John  de  Leycestre,  John 
Perceval,  John  Cheverel,  Henry  de  Wode,  John  Coltrep,  Edmund  Danvers, 
John  de  Holt,  Henry  Trenchard,  Ralph  de  Multon,  Alexander  de  Scalebrok 
(Skalebrok*),  Thomas  Wythaye,  Boger  Mael,  Thomas  Artheu,  Thomas  de 
Berkele,  Thomas  de  Ipwell,  Bichard  de  Louches,  Maurice  son  of  Maurice 
de  Berkele  and  Thomas  son  of  Maurice  de  Berkele,  with  others, 
entered  the  manors  of  Dadyngton,  Eertlyngton,  Piriton,  Hasele,  Ascote 
and  Spelesbury,  co.  Oxford,  lately  in  the  king's  hands,  took  and  led  away 
horses,  cattle,  sheep  and  swans,  and  committed  other  trespasses.  [Pari. 
Writs,]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  information  that  Walter  de 
Shirbum,  Richard  de  Aula  of  Hungerford,  Thomas  Whityng,  Nicholas 
Brachel,  Nicholas  de  Skelton,  John  Perceval,  John  de  Leycestre,  Maurice 
son  of  Maurice  de  Berkele,  and  Thomas  son  of  Maurice  de  Berkele  with 
others  entered  the  manors  of  Spene,  Henton  and  Stanford,  co.  Berks,  lately 
in  the  king's  hands,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  there.     [Pari.  Writs,] 

By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  information  that  John  Mautravers, 
William  de  Whitefeld  and  Nicholas  de  Percy  with  others  entered  the 
manors  of  Berton,  Asshele,  Creuker,  Bedhampton,  and  Mapeldorewell,  co. 
Southampton,  lately  in  the  king's  hands,  &c.,  as  above.     [Pari,  Writs,] 

By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  information  that  John  Mautravers, 
William  de  Whittefeld,  Edmund  de  Plecy,  Raymond  Heryng,  John  Strug, 
and  John  de  Ferlond  (Frelond)  with  others  entered  the  manors  of  Hugheton 
and  Asshemere,  co.  Dorset,  lately  in  the  king's  hands,  and  committed  divers 
trespasses  there.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  information  that  Warin  de  Leuche,  and 
John  Ballard  of  Wycoumbe  with  others  entered  the  manors  of  Dachet, 
Fulmer  and  Wycombe,  co.  Buckingham,  [lately]  in  the  king's  hands,  and 
committed  divers  trespasses  there.     [Part.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 


*Thit  and  other  nameB  in  brackets  are  variants  oocurring  in  the  repetitions  of  these 
named  on  membrane  Id^ 


166  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


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Membrane   dd — cant. 


The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  information  that  Peter  de  Grymestede, 
Thomas  le  Gardener  (Gardiner),  John  Sterlynge,  Nicholas  de  Charyngworth, 
Adam  Heghway,  John  Symond  (Simond)  and  Roger  Hardyng  with  others 
entered  the  manors  of  Fastern,  Cumpton,  Merwhedon,  Uppavene, 
Marleberwe,  Wutton,  Brodeton,  Wynterbume,  Berwyk,  Sende,  Merston, 
Eton,  Somersford,  Chilworth,  Crikkelade,  Tokenham  and  Beaumys,  co. 
Wilts,  lately  in  the  king's  hands,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  there. 
[Pari.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  information  that  John  le  Eyng  of 
Gloucestre,  Ralph  Wyberd  of  Leghampton,  Adam  atte  Hyde  of  Stratfeld 
Mortimer,  Robert  de  Somersford,  Richard  de  Bosco  of  Cheddeworth, 
Thomas  de  Byngham,  and  William  le  Eyr  with  others  entered  the  manors 
of  Lychelade,  Pairford,  Cheddeworth,  Hampton  Moysy,  Bardesle, 
Lassebarwe,  Bisselaye,  Wysangre,  Musardre  and  Wynstan,  co.  Gloucester, 
lately  in  the  king's  hands,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  there.  [Pari. 
Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  information  that  John  Strugge 
with  others  entered  the  manor  of  Baggeshote,  co.  Surrey,  lately  in  the 
king's  hands,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  there.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

By  p.s. 

The  like  to  John  de  Bousser,  John  de  Cantebrigg  and  William  de  Gose- 
feld  on  the  king's  information  that  Matthew  de  Bassyngboume,  John 
Gerard  (Gerad),  the  younger,  William  Lambe,  John  Gerard  (Gerad),  the  elder, 
John  de  Luttelbury  (Litelbiri),  Andrew  atte  Grene,  Agnes  la  Keu,  Andrew  le 
Rede,  Simon  Huberd,  Thomas  de  Mildenhale,  William  Raven,  Henry 
Hamound,  Serlo  de  Bernewell,  Gaudin  le  Taillur,  Henry  de  Gemoun  of 
Berewell  (Berwell),  Gilbert  (Geoffrey)  Bere,  Peter  Anneys  (Anneis),  Thomas 
Valentyne,  Geoffrey  Coltman,  Nicholas  le  Clerk,  John  le  Eeu  the  elder, 
Simon  Spaude,  John  Buttetourt  (Botetourt),  Stephen  '  Abbotesserjaunt '  of 
Rewley,  John  Alrich,  Henry  Wythye,  Richard  Huberd,  Philip  le  Porter, 
Philip  Stulle,  William  de  la  More,  Nicholas  de  Clipshale,  Martin 
Bernard,  Andrew  Gersoun,  John  Chirketot  (Cryketot),  Alexander  le 
Taillour,  William  Skynel,  Alan  Paas,  William  Tulibel,  John  Berhors, 
Gilbert  le  Smith,  Hugh  Feise,  Henry  Dyve,  Henry  le  Roper,  John  le 
Palefreyman  (Palfreyman),  Philip  le  Mouner,  John  le  Louerd,  Roger  Toly, 
Thomas  atte  Dam,  Roger  Herald,  John  de  Stonham,  Adam  le  Gay,  Henry 
del  Bakhous,  John  Deveneys  the  younger,  Hugh  de  Pridington  (Pridyng- 
ton),  Henry  Deveneys,  Alan  Berhors,  William  Ede,  John  de  Creek,  Walter 
de  Criek  (Creek),  and  William  de  Hacford  of  Westle  (Westhale)  with 
others  entered  the  manor  of  Saham,  co.  Cambridge,  lately  in  the  king's 
hands,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  there.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  information  that  Richard  Haydrqp, 
William  de  Reyndon,  Henry  Austyn  of  Catworth,  John  Wamgyl 
(Wrangil),  of  Tilbrok  (Tylbrok),  William  le  Engleys  of  Little  Paxton,  John 
Bargoun  of  Great  Stepton  (Stopton)  and  William  de  Berle  with  others 
entered  the  manors  of  Eeston  and  Suthoo,  co.  Huntingdon,  [lately]  in  the 
king's  h&nds,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  there.       [Pari.  Writs.] 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  information  that  Hugh  de  Bayous, 
William  de  Bayous,  John  de  Stopton,  and  Henry  de  Scargil  (ScargyD  with 
others  entered  the  manor  of  Partington,  co.  York,  lately  in  the  king's 
bands,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  there.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 


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The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  information  touching  tHe  persons 
who  entered  the  manor  of  Hagebarwe,  co.  Lincoln,  lately  in  the  king's 
hands,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  there.      [Pari.  Writs,]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  information  touching  the  persons 
who  entered  the  manor  of  Brewode  (stc),  co.  Rutland,  lately  in  the  king's 
hands,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  there.      [Pari,  Writs.]  By  p.s. 


May  28. 
Haverah. 


Juno   18. 
Haddlesey. 


June  11. 

Haddlesey. 


MEMBRANE  8d. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Richard  de  Wylughby,  Roger  de 
Beler,  and  William  de  Gosefeld  on  the  king's  information  that  John  Wyard, 
Roger  de  Wassebourn  and  Robert  de  Harle,  with  others,  entered  the  manors 
of  Shireves  Lenche,  Elmle,  Cumberton  and  Salwarp,  co.  Worcester,  lately 
in  the  king's  hands,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  there.      [Pari.  Writs.] 

By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  information  that  William  Trussel 
and  William  his  son,  Roger  la  Zusche  (Zouche)  and  Ralph  his  brother, 
Thomas  de  Bredon,  Robert  de  Holand,  and  Robert  de  Dalton  with  others 
entered  the  manors  of  Lughteburgh,  Beaumaner,  Fretheby,  Ernesby, 
Huclescote  and  Querndon,  co.  Leicester,  lately  in  the  king's  hands,  and  com- 
mitted divers  trespasses  there.      [Pari,  Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  information  that  Andrew  de 
Eendale,  Peter  de  Lymesy,  Nicholas  de  Bonevill,  and  John  de  Skypton 
with  others  entered  the  manors  of  Roston  and  Thurwaston,  co.  Derby, 
lately  in  the  king's  hands,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  there.  [Pari. 
Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  information  that  John  Wyard, 
Geoffrey  de  Beaufo,  and  Thomas  Blaonkfrount  with  others  entered  the 
manors  of  Brayles  and  Toneworth,  co.  Warwick,  and  committed  divers 
trespasses  there.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  information  that  Andrew  de 
Kent,  and  Thomas  Withre  (Wythre),  with  others,  entered  the  manor  of 
Alestanfeld,  co.  Stafford,  [lately]  in  the  king's  hands,  and  committed  divers 
trespasses  there.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  William  de  Herle,  John  de  Bousscr  and  Adam  de  Brom  on 
the  king's  information  that  Hugh  de  Audele  the  younger,  Roger  de  Mortuo 
Mari  of  Wygemor,  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Chirk,  Master  Rees  ap  HoweU, 
Richard  do  Lymesy,  Meuric  ap  Res,  John  Counter,  Traham  Du,  Meredith 
ap  Eynon,  MeuricK  Eemmeys,  Hugh  de  Rath',  David  Syuuagh,  Jevan  ap 
Gwyn,  William  de  Rues,  Nicholas  de  la  March,  William  Sart[us],  John 
Curteys,  Richard  le  Barber,  William  le  Rede,  Nicholas  de  Usk,  Adam 
Gybbe,  Howel  ap  Maddok,  Jerverth  ap  Phelipp'son  and  Maddok  ap  Eynon 
with  others  mowed  the  king's  com  and  grass  at  Neuport,  Stowe,  Dyueleys, 
Maghay  and  Rempny  in  Wenthelok,  and  committed  divers  trespasses  there. 
The  jury  is  to  be  of  the  parts  of  Wentelok,  Gloumorgan  and  Morganno,  and 
Usk.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  John  de  Bousser  and  John  Inge,  bv  oath  of  good  men  of  the 
lands  of  Gloumorgan  and  Gower,  lately  in  the  king's  hands,  touching  the 
persons  who  took  John  Iweyn,  clerk,  and  Philip  le  Eeu,  his  servant,  at  the 


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eastle  of  Neth  in  the  land  of  Glomorgan,  led  them  to  Swyneseye  in  the 
land  of  Oower,  killed  them  there  and  plundered  them  of  their  goods. 

ByK. 


May  28. 
Haverah. 


May  28. 
Haverah. 


MEMBRANE    Id. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Stonore,  Ralph  de  Hereford 
and  Thomas  de  Louth  on  complaint  by  Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Win- 
chester, that  John  de  Wynton,  and  others  entered  the  earl's  manors  at 
Dadyngton,  Eertlyngton,  Piriton,  Hasele,  Ascote  and  Spelesbury,  co. 
Oxford,  &o.  [as  set  forth  in  the  king's  information  on  p.  165].  [Pari, 
Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  Hugh  le  Despenser, 
touching  trespasses  committed  on  his  under-mentioned  manors  [being 
identical  with  those  recited  in  the  king's  informations  on  pp.  165-6  as  com- 
mitted when  the  manors  were  in  his  hands] ,  viz. — 

Spene,  Henton  and  Stanford,  co.  Berks.  By  p.s. 

Hugheton  and  Asshemere,  co.  Dorset.  By  p.s. 

Berton,    Asshele,    Creuker,     Bedhampton    and    Mapeldorewell,    co. 

Southampton.  By  p.s. 

Dachet,  Foulmer,  and  Wycombe,  co.  Buckingham.  By  p.s. 

Fastem,   Cumpton,    Merwheden,    Uppavene,    Marleberwe,    Wutton, 

Broddeton,  Wynterbom,  Berwyk,  Sonde,  Merston,  Eton,  Somersford, 

Chelworth,  Crickelade,  Tokenham  and  Beaumys,  co.  Wilts.    By  p.s. 

Lychelade,  Fairford,  Cheddeworth,  Hampton  Moysy,  Bardesle,  Lasse- 

barwe,     Bysseleye,     Wysangre,     Musardere     and    Wynstan,    co. 

Gloucester.  By  p.s. 

Baggheshote,  co.  Surrey.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  John  de  Bousser,  John  de  Cantebrigge  and  William  de 
Oosefeld  on  like  complaint  by  the  said  Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Win- 
chester, that  Matthew  de  Bassingbume  and  others  committed  trespasses  on 
his  manor  of  Saham,  co.  Cambridge  [as  set  forth  on  the  king's  information 
on  p.  166].     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  complaint  of  the  said  Hugh  le 
Despenser  touching  his  undermentioned  manors  [as  set  forth  on  the  king's 
informations  on  pp.  166-7],  viz. — 

Eeston  and  Suthho,  oo.  Huntingdon.  By  p.s. 

Parlington,  co.  York.  By  p.s. 

Hagebarwe,  co.  Lincoln.  By  p.s. 

Berwedon,  oo.  Butla^d.  By  p.s. 

Shireveslenche,  Elmle,  Cumbreton  and  Salwarp,  co.  Worcester. 

By  p.s. 
Lughteburgh,  Beaumaner,  Tretbeby^  Emesby,  Huclescote  and  Quern- 
don,  CO.  Leicester.  By  p.s. 
Boston  and  Thurwarston^  oo.  Derby.  By  p.s. 
Biayles  and  Toneworth,  co.  Warwick.  By  p.s. 
Alstanfeld,  co.  Stafford.     [Pari  Writs.]                                    By  p.s. 


MEMBRANE    M. 


21  [June]  •        Commissioner  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Nevill,  Richard  de  la  Bere 
Bi8hopthorp«.  and  Peter  de  la  Bokele  on  the  king's  information  that  Roger  de  Pedwardyn 

and  Roger  his  son,  Philip  Damy,  Hasculph  de  Whitewell,  Richard  de 


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Furneux,  John  son  of  Alan  de  Bolyngbrok,  Thomas  de  Hillari  of  Frauncton 
and  Thomas  de  Welles  with  others  entered  the  manor  of  Frauncton,  co. 
Lincoln,  lately  in  the  king's  hands,  and  took  and  carried  away  goods  found 
there.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the 
younger,  that  Roger  de  Pedwardyne  with  others  as  above  entered  the  said 
manor  of  Fraunketon,  which  he  holds  by  the  king's  commission.         By  K. 

June  23.  The  like  to  Richard  de  la  Bere  and  Henry  de  Pentelawe  on  complaint 

York.         by  Reginald  Povy  of  Abyndon  that  Richard  Bisshop  of  Abyndon  and  Alice 

his  wife  and  John  his  son  and  John  de  Walingford  of  Abyndon   with 

others  assaulted  him  at  Abyndon,  co.  Berks.  By  p.s. 

Afterwards  on  2  August,  16  Edward  II,  Adam  de  Brom  and  Master 
Robert  de  Ayleston  were  associated  in  the  foregoing  commission. 

Afterwards  on  11  August,  in  the  same  year,  Robert  de  Hungerford  was 
associated  in  the  said  commission. 

Afterwards  John  Loveday  was  associated  with  the  said  Richard  and 
Henry.    Durham,  26  September. 

June  2.  The  like  to  John  de  Stonore,  Ralph  de  Bereford  and  Thomas  de  Louthe 

Rothwell.  on  complaint  by  John  de  Haudlo  that  William  de  Side,  chaplain,  Richard 
atte  Halle,  Robert  Barbost,  William  de  Caumpeden,  Nicholas  Perys,  Peter 
de  la  Mare,  Thomas  *  the  personesbaillif '  of  Cheverel,  Peter  le  Clerk  of 
Laventon,  Peter  le  Frenssh,  Henry  Trym,  Geoffrey  le  Clerk,  William 
Gerard,  Ralph  son  of  Geoffrey  le  Clerk,  John  son  of  Robert  Pynnok  of 
Stoke,  Thomas  le  Rede  of  Wermenstre,  and  John  le  Duyn,  knight, 
with  others,  entered  his  manors  at  Cheverel  and  Pulton,  co.  Wilts,  &c. 
[as  on  pp.  162-8] .  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  John  de  Haudlo 
that  Giles  Power,  Henry  le  Kyller  of  Andevere,  Richard  Trenchefoil, 
Richard  le  Rede  of  Coumbe  and  John  le  Duyn  with  others  committed  the 
like  trespasses  at  his  manor  of  Enham,  co.  Southampton,  and  drove  away 
his  horses,  cattle,  &c.  [as  set  forth  on  p.  168] .  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  John  de  Haudlo 
that  Walter  le  Poure,  knight,  Richard  de  Louches,  Philip  de  Hanvill,  Giles 
Ryvel,  Thomas  Malet,  Giles  le  Poure,  Richard  atte  Halle,  John  de  Hampton, 
Robert  de  Leukenore,  John  son  of  Richard  de  Louches,  John  de  Louches, 
Andrew  de  Louches,  Robert  de  Louches  of  Chiselhampton,  Ralph  Wace, 
Edward  Baroun  of  Marlebergh,  Roger  de  Calston,  John  de  Leycestre,  John 
Perceval,  John  Skalcbrok  and  Alexander  his  brother,  Roger  son  of  William 
Foliot  of  Roulesby,  Robert  Everard,  John,  parson  of  the  church  of  Skipton, 
Drogo  de  Dane  and  Gilbert  his  brother,  Thomas  de  Garsyndon,  Nigel  de 
Brackele,  Walter  de  Nategrave,  Thomas  Arthur,  Thomas  le  Mareschal  and 
Roger  de  Solers,  parson  of  the  church  of  RoUyndright,  with  others,  entered 
his  manors  at  Pedynton,  Muswell,  Beckele,  Edyndon,  Chadelynton, 
Swereford  and  RoUyndright,  <&c.  [as  set  forth  on  p.  162].  By  p.s. 

May  18.  The  like  to  Henry  Spigumel,  Robert  de  Malberthorp,  Walter  de  Friskeney 
York.  and  John  de  Heselarton,  on  the  king's  information  that  Simon  de  Refham, 
mayor  of  the  town  of  Cambridge,  William  de  Thackestede,  William  de 
Sledmere,  John  Pourfish  and  Robert  de  Biry,  bailiffs  of  the  town,  John 
Pittok,  clerk  of  the  town,  John  Flemyng,  John  Andreu,  John  'Richardsman 
le  Tableter,'  John  le  Sadeler,  John  son  of  Geoffrey  le  Irnemonger, 
John  de  Snaylwell^  John  son  of  William  de  Bamton,  John  de  Brunne, 


170  CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Membrane  6d — cont. 


John    de  Leek,   'espicer/    John    Robliard,   John  de  Denford,  John  de 
Kymberle,  John  Bisshop,  *bakere,'  John  le  Smith  *milner,*  John  Utlagh, 
John  de  Tychewell,  John  Baroun,  John  Knyvet,  John  de  Trumpeton,  John 
de  Caumpes,  John  le  Tavemer,  John  le  Cousyn*,  John  de  Byteryng,  John 
de  Seccheford,  John  son  of  Guy  le  Spicer,  John  Payn,  John  de  Lincoln, 
John  Edward,  John  le  Homyngesether,  John  le  Barkere,  John   Sponge, 
John  le  Marchal,  John  de  Sholdham,  John  Pawe  and  John  his  son,  John  de 
Ware,  John  le  Clerc,  John  Pylat,  John  Brice,  John  le  Fissher,  John  le 
Spenser,  John  de  la  Sale,  John  de  Hyndercle,  John  le  Taillour,  John  Freblod, 
John  le  Litester,  John  Moriz,  John  Berefot,  John  Kyng,  John  le  Pastmaker, 
John  de  Snoryng,  John  de  Maydenston,  John  de  Comberton,  John  de  Sancto 
Neoto,  John   de  Northfolk,  *flesshmonger,'    John  le  Blake,  John  Petit, 
John  Scot,  John  de  Evesham,  John  de  Trumpeton,  *  cok,*  John  le  Yonge, 
*  glasewright,*  John  Merlyn,  John  de  Launshill,  John  le  Heyward,  John 
'  Bernardesman  le  Baker,'  John  Page,  John  de  Lecton,  John  de  Rokelond, 
John  lo  Fanner,  James  son  of  Agnes  le  Fissher,  James  Godelomb,  Laurence 
le  Deer,  Laurence  de  Hadenham,  Laurence  le  Taillour,  Laurence  Pyttok, 
Matthew  le  Barker,   David  le   Souter,   Nicholas  le  Espicer,  Nicholas  de 
Haselyngfeld,  Stephen  Godeson,  Stephen  le  Fourbour,  Stephen  *Waltersman 
le  Flesshmonger,'   William  Scot,  William  Flemyng,   William  le  Pulter, 
William  de  Barenton,   William  le  Forester,  William  Engayne,  William 
Godyer,  William  le  Lorymer  of  Disse,  William  de  Bodekesham,  William 
Aloum,   William  le   Spicer,   William  de  Haselyngfeld,  William  Tuylet, 
William  son  of  John  Pawe,   William  de  Castre,  William  de  Talworth, 
William  Pope,  William  de  Lenne,   William   Scoler,    William   de  Biry, 
William  le  Whelwright,  William  Seman,   William  de  Hindercle,  the  elder, 
William  de  Hindercle,  the  younger,  William  atte  Gate,  William  leAun toner, 
William  de  Wrastlyngworth,  William  atte  Howes,  William  Holay,  William 
Heyward,  William  Pellour,  William  le  Toller,  William  Scot,  *le  bakere,* 
William  *Richardesman  le  Tableter,*  William  deDriffeld,  William  Whitheved, 
*cok,*  William  Sauvage,  William  Tuylet,  'fissher,*  William  de  Holme,  William 
le  Milnere,  William  Redheved,   William  de  Sengham,  William  de  Poke- 
lyngton,  William  Snoryng,  Peter  le  Homer,  Peter  de  Newenham,  Peter 
de  Bernyngham,  Peter  *  Williamesman  Flemyng,*  Adam  son  of  Robert  le 
Shereman,  Adam  de  Essex,  Adam  de  Derham,  Adam  de  Bungeye,  Adam 
de  la  Fermerye,   Alexander  de   Cesterton,  Alexander  le  Beer,  Alexander 
le  Smyth,  Alan  de  Refham,  Ancelm  de  Costeseye,  Alan  Walshe,  Alexander 
le  Barker,  Andrew  de  Hyche,  Alexander  de  Bodekesham,  Albred  le  Mercer, 
Alexander  Robliard,    Andrew  le  Litester,  Andrew    Fyton,    Bartholomew 
Moryz,  Bartholmew  le  Barker,  Bartholomew  le  Walshe,  Benedict  de  Biry, 
Brice  de  Reef  ham,  Bernard  le  Baker,  Berard  le  Baker,  Geoffrey  de  Ely,  Guy  le 
Spicer,  Gilbert  de  Chateriz,  GeoflErey  de  Wardeboys,  Geoffrey  de  Tychewell, 
Godfrey    le     Polter,     Geoffrey    de    Lenne,     Geoffrey    de     Thachested, 
Simon  de  Helpringham,  Simon  de  Bradele,    Simon  atte  Ponde,  Simon 
Flemyng,  Simon  Sarteryn,  Simon  de  Bitteryng,  Thomas  Nikeyt,  Thomas 
de  Kymberle,   Thomas   le    Toumour,    Thomas    de   Cotenham,    Thomas 
de  Leycestre,    Thomas  le  Lorymer,    Thomas    le    Furbour,   Thomas    le 
Surgien,  Thomas   '  Jonesman  Edward,'  Thomas  son  of  Robert  le  Sher- 
man, Thomas  de  Snaylwell,  Thomas  <  Rogeresman  Prentiz,*  Thomas  Aleyn, 
Thomas  Lawe,  Thomas  *Roberdesman  le  Tavemer,*  Thomas  le.Bro[un], 
'  cok,*   Thomas  Giffard,   Thomas  le  Porter,   Thomas    Tunnok,   Thomas 
de  Barneton,  Robert  de  Broune,  Robert  de  Biry,  Robert  Spurnegold,  Robert 
Martyn,    'fleshmonger,'  Robert    de  Pinchebek,    Robert  de  Ely,   Robert 
Dnnnyng,  Robert  le  Goldsmyth,  Robert  Baroun,  Robert  le  Tavemer,  Robert 
de  Tichewell,  Robert  le  Barber,  Robert  de  Pagrave,  Robert  le  Sherman, 


15  EDWARD  II.— Pabt  2.  171 


1822. 


Membrane   6d — cont. 


Robert  le  Soutere,  Robert  de  Gritton,  Robert  de  Fulburno,  Robert  le  Baker, 
Robert  Hassok,  Robert  Scot,  Robert  lo  Longe,  Robert  le  Bakere,  Robert 
atte  Ponde,  Robert  Tburrok,  Robert  Rolle,  Robert  le  Pipere,  Robert  de 
Mordon,  Robert  le  Wright  of  Cambridge,  Ralpb  Sabbe,  Richard  le  Tabletere, 
Richard  Modibrok,  Richard  de  Thackested,  Richard  Matelask,  Richard  de 
Rod^rham,  Richard  le  Bakere,  Richard  Tuyllet,  Richard  Carde,  Richard  de 
Trippelowe,  Richard  de  Mordon,  Richard  Pestour,  Richard  Dirivall,  *  flesh- 
monger,'  Richard  Portage,  Richard  Ganne,  Richard  le  Heyer,  Richard  atte 
Brok,  Richard  Gerwey,  Roger  le  Cok,  *fleshmonger,' Roger  de  Sancto  Neoto, 
Roger  Fouk,  Roger  de  Hemeye,  Roger  de  Costeseye,  Roger  de  Wycombe, 
Roger  *  WilliamesmanFlemyng,'  Roger  de  Kent,  Reginald  de  Trumpyngton, 
Reginald  de  Ledbeter,  Ralph  le  Bakes tere,  Ralph  Balle,  Ralph  de  Com- 
berton,  Ralph  de  Feltewell,  *pelleter,'  Ralph  Sabbe,  Richer  Portejoye,  Hugh 
Flemyng,  Hugh  le  Taverner,  Hugh  sTonesman  le  Mareschal,'  Humphrey  de 
Pyncebek,  Henry  de  Grantesden,  Henry  de  Mordon,  Henry  Swalwe,  Henry 
le  Bakere,  Henry  le  Sheremon,  Henry  le  Glovere,  Henry  le  F[ulur],  Henry 
de  Wympol,  Henry  le  Barker,  Henry  de  .Toft,  *  le  barber,*  Henry  *  Jonesman 
Andreu,*  Henry  de  Scardeburgh,  Henry  le  Mareschal,  Henry  de  Beche, 
Edmund  de  Briggestrete,  Eudo  de  Helpringham,  Ivo  le  Fleshmonger, 
Walter  le  Fleshmonger,  Walter  le  Dekne,  Walter  de  Gasele,  Walter  de 
Salesbury,  Walter  de  Bedeford,  Walter  de  Coton,  Walter  de  Elyngham,  and 
Walter  de  Talworth  of  Cambridge  with  others  attacked  the  inns  of  the 
masters  and  scholars  of  the  University  of  Cambridge,  and  killed  Walter  de 
Shelton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Welton,  etc.  [as  set  forth  on  p.  151-158]. 

By  pet.  of  C. 


MEMBRANE  5d. 

June  25.  Commission  of  oyeir  and  terminer  to  Edmund  de  Hemegrave,  Robert  de 
York.  Aspale,  John  de  Cantebrigg  and  John  Claver  on  complaint  by  Robert  de 
Saxham  that  Richard  Freysel,  William  le  Fevre  of  Little  Saxham  and 
Simon  his  son,  Walter  son  of  Robert  *  Delestanstrete,*  Walter  StuUe, 
Richard  de  Pesewode  of  Thorp  Murieux,  John  de  Whethirmcrssh,  John  de 
Parys  and  William  de  Redznedwe  with  others  assaulted  him  at  Little 
Saxham,  co.  Suffolk,  broke  his  fold  and  took  and  led  away  200  sheep  of  the 
price  of  600^.,  and  assaulted  his  servants.  By  p.s. 

Afterwards,  21  July,  John  de  Mutford  was  associated  with  the  above 
justices. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  complaint  by  Robert  Motoun  against 
the  same  persons.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  complaint  by  John  le  Enyght  against 
the  same  persons.  By  p.s. 


MEMBRANE    4d. 

May  18.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Henry  Spygurnel,  Robert  de 
York.  Malberthorp,  Walter  de  Friskeneye  and  John  do  Heselarton  on  complaint 
by  Master  John  de  Heselarton,  clerk,  that  Simon  de  Reef  ham,  mayor  of  the 
town  of  Cantebrigg,  with  others  in  the  name  of  the  commonalty  of  the  town 
attacked  his  inn  there  and  assaulted  him  [in  the  same  terms  as  the 
commission  set  forth  on  p.  151].     [Pari.  Writs.]^  By  pet.  of  C. 


172  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS- 


1  qnn  Membrane  ^d — cont» 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  in  the  county  of  Cambridge  at  the  instances 
of  the  under-mentioned  clerks,  viz. — 

Master  William  de  Codewell.         Master  Oeofi&ey  de  Clare. 
Heni^  de  Hempryngham.  William  de  Balderston. 

Martin  de  Creek.  William  de  Clyve. 

James  de  Ispania.  Robert  de  Pagraye. 

Roger  de  Heslarton.  Arnold  de  Tyle. 

Master  John  de  Langetoft.  John  de  Campania,  the  younger. 

Master  Robert  de  Ereswell.  John  de  Keynes. 

Master  Richard  Badewe.  Thomas  de  Melton. 

Edmund  de  Baynton.  Master  John  de  Walden. 

Ralph  de  Radeswell.  Roger  son  of  William  le  Fouler. 

Robert  Lovel.  Stephen  de  Codewell. 

Richard  Bryan.  Simon  de  Campania. 

Stephen  de  Wyrmesford.  John  de  Campania  the  elder. 

Walter  de  Weston.  Hugh  Oemoun,  parson  of  the 

John  de  la  Haye.  church  of  EUcesleye. 

[Pari.  WHt4.] 


MEMBRANE    Sd. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Richard  de  Wylughby,  Hugh  de 
Prestwold,  John  de  Cave  and  John  Cheynel  on  complaint  by  Thomas  son 
of  Bernard,  that  Ralph  de  Dalton,  Ivo,  parson  of  the  church  of  Fynghale, 
Richard  de  Knoston,  Peter  Russel,  parson  of  the  church  of  Etton,  Thomas 
de  Aigneus,  John  le  Barkere  of  Etton,  Edward  Charles,  *  Adam  Edward- 
serjant,'  Richard  Brecon,  Roger  le  Procuratour,  John  Waryn,  Bernard  de 
Pikeworth,  Nicholas  Morel,  William  Dene  of  Milton,  and  John  le  Provost 
of  Thorp  with  others  entered  his  manor  at  Milton,  co.  Northampton,  broke 
his  houses  and  chests,  drove  away  his  horses,  cattle,  sheep  and  swine,  carried 
away  his  goods  and  charters,  and  assaulted  his  men.  By  p.s. 

July  8.  The  like  to  John  de  Benstede,  John  de  Cantebrigge  and  Robert  de 

York.         Asshele  on  complaint  by  Humphrey  de  Walleden  that  John  de  Oodele  and 

Thomas  atte  Ford  took,  imprisoned,  and  assaulted  him  at  Berkhampstede, 

CO.  Hertford.  By  E. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  Humphrey  that 
the  same  persons  committed  the  like  trespasses  against  him  at  Eeny[ton], 
CO.  Surrey.  By  K. 

July  4.  The  like  to  John  Cheynel,  Robert  de  Stok  and  William  de  Lucy  on 

York.  complaint  by  Thomas  Waleys  that  Simon  Pakeman  of  Coventre, 
R  .  .  .  de  Ruyton,  William  de  Bunynton,  Walter  le  Whitewebbe,  Alan 
de  Waleshale,  Thomas  de  Laxton,  Simon  de  Ruyton,  Simon  le  Latoner, 
John  de  Middelton,  Adam  Gurmound,  Oeofifrey  Kay,  Richard  de  Ruyton 
and  Alice  his  wife  and  Alice  his  sister,  Thomas  son  of  Thomas  '  in  the 
Hume '  and  Thomas  de  Colshull  with  others  assaulted  him  at  Coventre, 
CO.  Warwick,  and  broke  his  arms.  By  K. 


MEMBRANE   Id. 


M^  18.         Commission  of  oyer   and  terminer  to  Henry    Spignmel,  Robert  de 

Yotk,        Malbertiiorp,  Walter  de  Friskeneye,  and  John  de  HeseUurton,  on  the  king's 

information,  touching  the  riot  at  Cambridge,  to  the  same  effect  as  the 


15  EDWARD  n.— Part  2.  178 


^Qg^n  Membrane  Id — eont, 

eommission  set  forth  on  p.  151,  with  the  addition  amongst  the  charges  that 
they  trampled  in  the  mud  a  writ  concerning  the  liberties  of  the  University 
when  it  was  presented  to  them,  and  afterwards  when  the  same  writ  was 
affixed  on  behalf  of  the  University  to  the  door  of  the  Tolbooth,  they  tore  it 
down  and  trampled  it  again  in  the  mud.     [Farl,  Writs.] 


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16  EDWARD  II.— Part   1. 


1322.  MEMDBANE    34. 

July  9.  Presentation  of  John  de  Ros  to  the  church  of  Scorehurgh,  in  the  diocese 

York.         of  York,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  minority  of  the  heir  of  Gerard 

Salvayn,  who  held  by  knight  service  of  the  heir  of  Henry  de  Percy,  tenant 

in  chief,  a  minor  in  the  king's  custody.    The  letters  of  presentation  are 

directed  to  W.  archbishop  of  York,  primate  of  England. 

Grant  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  the  king's  brother,  of  the  castle  of  Oke- 
ham,  CO.  Rutland,  to  hold  with  the  shrievalty,  hundreds,  knights'  fees, 
advowsons  of  churches,  free  chapels,  religious  houses  and  hospitals,  and 
with  markets,  fairs,  parks,  woods,  warrens,  free  chaces,  fisheries. 

Vacated  because  mi  the  roll  of  the  fifteenth  year, 

July  8.  Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Nicholas  de  Lyndwode, 

York.        parson  of  the  church  of  Wyvelesford,  who  is  constantly  attendant  upon  the 
King's  service. 

The  like  for  the  following,  viz. — 
John  de  Heslarton. 

July  10.  Nicholas  de  Gyldeford. 

York. 

July  12.  Ralph  de  Querndon,  parson  of  the  church  of  Norton. 

York.  Master  Henry  de  Longedon. 

July  10.  William  Bretoun,  parson  of  the  church  of  Sutton. 

York.  Master  Robert  de  Worth. 

The  prior  of  Ecclesfeld. 

Master  Henry  de  Clif,'  prebendary  of  Applesthorp. 
John  de  Bernak,  parson  of  the  church  of  Toft. 
Master  Henry  de  Clif.' 

Master  Isambert  de  Longa  Villa,  dean  of  Tamworth. 
Roger  de  Multon,  clerk. 

July  16.  Master  Michael  de  Hartcla. 

York. 

July  17.  Thomas  Gorge. 

York.  Master  Richard  de  Evesham,  parson  of  the  church  of  Sevemestok. 

Matilda,  late  the  wife  of  Robert  Tyliol. 
John  de  Hegham,  clerk. 

John  de  Marton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Westtillebury. 
Simon  de  Hereford  of  Westrasen. 

Thomas  de  Wolvardynton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Lobenham. 
The  prior  of  Upaven. 

July  8.  Commission  to  Oliver  de  Ingham  to  array  all  the  horse  and  foot  of  the 

York,         county  of  Chester  against  the  Scots.     [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

July  8.  Licence  for  Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Winchester,  to  grant  the  manor 

York.         of  Parlyngton,  co.  York,  and  the  manor  of  Alkebarwe,  co.  Lincoln,  held  in 

chief,  to  John  de  Crumbewell  and  Idonia  his  wife  for  their  lives,  to  hold  by 

the  service  of  Id.  a  year  for  every  service.  By  p.s. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Pabt  1.  176 


^099  Membrane  84 — cont. 

July  10.  Exemption  to  John  de  Barton  of  Fryton,  who  by  the  king's  mandate  is 

York.  attendant  to  the  affairs  of  Alice  de  Lascy,  countess  of  Lincoln  and  Salis- 
bury, the  king's  kinswoman,  from  being  compelled  whilst  he  is  so  engaged, 
to  go  on  the  king's  service  to  Scotland  or  elsewhere.  By  K. 

July  10.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Alice  de  Lacy,  countess  of 

York.         Lincoln  and  Salisbury,  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of  Barlynges  of  the 

manor  of  Swaveton,  co.  Lincoln,  and  of  the  advowson  of  the  church  of 

that  manor,  which  are  held  in  chief,  to  hold  in  frank  almoin  ;  licence  also 

for  the  abbot  and  convent  to  appropriate  the  said  church.  By  K. 

Protection  for  life  with  clause  nolumxis  for  Thomas,  abbot  of  Barlynges, 
his  men  and  lands.  By  K.  on  the  information  of  William  de  Clif.' 

July  14.  Safe-conduct,  until  Christmas,  for  Richard  de  Burgo,  earl  of  Ulster,  and 

York.         William  de  Burgo,  coming  to  the  king  on  the  king's  affairs,  their  men  and 

households.  By  K. 

July  12.         Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  William  Lengigneour. 

York 

July  14.         Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  William  de  Hoton  of 
York.  '      Boston,  Serjeant  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne,  parson  of    the  church  of 
Elvelay. 

July  18.         Safe-conduct  for  one  year  for  merchants  of  Spain,  coming  within  the 
York.        realm  with  wares  to  trade,  provided  they  pay  the  usual  customs. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

July  14.  Licence  for  John  de  Denum  and  Margaret  his  wife  to  enfeoff  Master 

York.  William  de  Middelton,  clerk,  of  the  manors  of  Wygeton,  Kirkebride,  and 
Melmorby  and  of  the  advowsons  of  the  churches  thereof,  and  the  manors 
of  Great  Waverton,  Ulveton,  Dundrawe  and  Staynton,  co.  Cumberland, 
held  in  chief,  and  for  him  to  re-grant  the  same  to  them  in  tail  with 
remainder  failing  such  issue  to  the  right  heirs  of  Margaret.  By  K. 

Presentation  of  John  de  Ros,  to  the  church  of  Scoreburgh  in  the  diocese 
of  York  in  the  king's  gift  as  before  set  forth.  The  letters  of  presentation 
are  directed  to  the  provost  of  the  church  of  St.  John,  Beverley. 

July  16.  Grant  to  the  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  the  town  of  Kyngeston  upon 

Thames  that  their  grant  of  four  footmen  armed  with  haketons,  habergeons, 
and  basinets  and  iron  gloves,  to  remain  on  the  king's  service  in  the  Scotch 
war  at  their  expense  for  a  certain  time,  shall  not  be  to  their  prejudice  or  be 
drawn  into  a  precedent.  By  E. 

July  11.  Pardon  to  Thomas  Lovel,  late  a  rebel,  with  restitution  of  his  lands  and 

York.  '      tenements  forfeited  on  that  account.  By  E. 

July  11.  ^^®  ^^^®  ^  John  de  Myners. 

York.  Dy  E.  on  the  information  of  W.  de  Ayremynne. 

July  14.         Licence  for  Fulk  Lestraunge  to  crenellate  his  dwelling-place  of  White- 
York,        cherche,  co.  Salop.  By  p.s. 

July  15.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  William  de  Bourne  to  the  prior 

York.         and  brethren  of  the  hospital  of  St.  John  the  Baptist,  Bristol,  of  a  messuage 

and  a  virgate  of  land  in  Dundray  by  Cheu.  By  fine  of  4O5. 

July  20.  Geoffrey,  abbot  of  St.  Mary's,  St.  Pierre  sur  Dives,  staying  beyond  the  seas, 

York.  has  letters  nominating  John  de  Sancto  Albano,  his  fellow-monk,  and  Guy 
Breton  his  attorneys  in  England  for  four  years. 

By  fine  of  40».    Warwick, 


176  CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


-f  222  .MKMimANE    33. 

July  10.  Licence  for  Thomas  de  Docwra  to  enfeoflF  Richard  Whiteheved  of  a 

York.         messuage  and  2  acres  and  1  rood  of  land  in  *  Hoton  in  the  Forest,'  held  in 
chief,  to  hold  to  him  and  his  heirs. 

July  10.  Grant  to  John,  bishop  of  Norwich,  the  chancellor,  in  extension  of  a 

York.         former  grant  to  him  of  the  custody,  during  the  minority  of  the  heir,  of  the 

lands  and  tenements  late  of  Robert  of  Burguillon,  tenant  in  chief,  together 

with  the  marriage  of  the  heir,  of  the  advowsons  of  churches  belonging  to 

the  said  lands  and  tenements.  By  E. 

July  8.  Grant  during  pleasure  to  William  Rocelyn,  king's  clerk,  of  the  custody  of 

York.         the  hospital  of  Mere. 

July  10.  Grant  to  Geoffrey  le  Scrop,  king's  yeoman  and  serjeant,  and  his  heirs, 

York.         in  extension  of  a  former  grant  for  life,  of  the  manor  and  town  of  Brackene, 

CO.  York,  late  of  Henry  Tyeys,  a  rebel,  which  came  into  the  king's  hands 

by  forfeiture.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  Henry  son  of  Robert  Lyvet  and  Elias  son  of  Robert  Lyvet,  his 
brother,  for  the  death  of  Nicholas  de  Val,  whereof  they  were  indicted. 

ByK. 

July  13.         Grant  to  William  Davy,  receiver  of  the  castle  of  Tuttebury  and  of  other 

York.         lands,  late  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  which  are  in  the  king's  hands, 

of  12d,  a  day  for  his  wages,  and  two  robes  a  year,  suitable  for  a  clerk,  out 

of  the  issues  of  the  custody ;  and  also  hay,  litter  and  brushwood  in  the  said 

castle  and  other  lands,  for  so  long  as  he  is  attendant  in  that  office.     By  E. 

July  14.  Presentation  of  Robert  de  Munden   to  the  church  of  Stiford,  in  the 

York.        diocese  of  London,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  and  tenements 

of  Henry  Gemet  being  in  his  hands.  By  p.s. 

0 

July  12.         The  like  of  Richard  Wroth  to  the  church  of  Sweynesseye  in  the  diocese 
York.         of  St.  David.  By  E. 

July  10.  Licence  for  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  and  Eleanor  his  wife,  the 
York.  king's  niece,  to  enfeoff  Elizabeth,  late  the  wife  of  John  de  Burgo,  of  the 
castles  and  manors  of  Swayneseye,  Ostremuth,  Pennard,  Loghem  and 
Lunan  and  of  the  advowsons  of  the  churches  of  Swayneseye,  Taibont  and 
Oystremuth  and  of  the  priory  of  Languynyth  in  Gower,  held  in  chief,  to 
hold  to  them  and  their  heirs  in  exchange  for  the  castles  and  manors  of 
Usk,  Tregruk,  and  Eaerlion,  the  manors  of  Lyswyry,  Parva  Tynteme, 
New  Grange,  Little  Lantrissan,  Trillek,  Troye,  Lamcom  and  Woundy,  and 
the  advowsons  of  the  churches  of  Treydenauch,  Landissay,  Troye,  Tregruk, 
Pentek,  Kemmeys  and  Landegewyth,  of  the  abbey  of  Eaerlion,  the  priory 
of  Usk,  the  chapel  of  Eancarvan,  and  the  hospital  of  Usk.  By  E. 

Licence  for  the  said  Elizabeth,  late  the  wife  of  John  de  Burgo,  to 
enfeoff  the  said  Hugh  and  Eleanor  his  wife,  of  the  said  castles,  manors, 
and  advowsons  in  exchange  as  set  forth  above.  By  E. 

July  18.  Appointment  of  John  de  Bermyngham,  earl  of  Loueth,  justiciary  of 
York.  Ireland,  to  cause  to  come  before  him,  instead  of  the  king,  the  records  and 
processes  of  all  pleas  that  were  before  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Wygemor, 
while  he  was  supplying  the  king's  place  in  Ireland,  and  to  correct 
errors,  if  any,  therein,  as  the  king  is  given  to  understand  that  in  many 
cases  pleaded  before  the  said  Roger  without  the  king's  writs,  contrary  to 
law  and  the  customs  of  those  parts,  manifest  errors  intervened,  and  com- 
plainants in  such  cases,  as  well  by  reason  of  the  distance  and  dangers  as  by 
their  impotency  and  poverty,  cannot  sue  before  the  king  within  the  realm 
for  the  correction  thereof,  as  the  custom  has  been  hitherto.  By  E. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  1.  177 


1322. 


Membrane   38 — cont. 


The  chancellor,  treasurer  and  other  ministers  of  the  king  of  those  parts 
are  to  be  intendent  to  the  said  earl. 

July  15.  Grant  to  the  earls,  barons,  knights  and  others  of  the  county  of  Chester 

York.  that  the  levy  and  despatch  of  the  1,000  footmen,  whom  the  king  had 
commanded  them  to  levy  and  send  forward  to  Newcastle  on  Tyne  by 
24  July  next,  shall  not  be  to  their  prejudice  or  drawn  into  a  precedent. 

ByK. 
July  12.  Pardon  to  James  de  Wealde,  an  adherent  of  Bartholomew  de  Badeles- 

Tork.         mere,  a  rebel ;   with  restitution  of  his  lands,   tenements  and  goods. 

ByK. 

July  14.  Grant  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  of  William  de  Wauton,  knight,  a 

York.         rebel,  and  of  all  his  lands,  tenements  and  goods,  which  have  been  taken  into 

the  king's  hands.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  sheriff  of  Somerset  and  Dorset  to  deliver 

to  the  earl  all   such  lands,   tenements  and    goods    which    are    in   his 

custody. 

The  like  mandate  to  James  de  Broghton  to  deliver  such  lands,  &c.  as 
are  in  his  custody. 

July  12.  Commission  substituting  Henry  de  Faucumberge  and  John  de  Belke- 

York.  thorpe,  in  the  place  of  John  de  Sutton  and  Kobert  le  Constable  of  Flayn- 
burgh,  who  cannot  attend  thereto,  in  a  former  commission  of  array  [p.  126] 
for  the  East  Riding,  co.  York  ;  and  association  of  them  in  the  room  of  the 
said  Henry  and  John  with  Edmund  Wasteneys,  William  de  Beeston,  John 
de  Walkyngham  and  Robert  de  Colevill  in  another  commission  to  levy  in 
that  county  2,000  foot  to  go  against  the  Scots.     [Pari,  Writs.] 

By  K.  and  p.s. 

July  16.  Writ  of  aid  for  Henry  de  Shirokes,  king's  clerk,  receiver  of  victuals  at 

York.  Newcastle  upon  Tyne,  appointed  to  purvey  hay,  oats  and  victuals,  to  be  paid 
for  in  the  Wardrobe  against  the  king's  coming  to  that  town. 

Pardon  to  William  Fraunk,  an  adherent  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster, 
and  other  rebels ;  with  restitution  of  his  lands,  tenements  and  goods. 

By  p.s. 

July  17.  Protection   for  one  year  for    William  de  Tunstall  of   Ravenserodde, 

York.  merchant,  going  to  the  southern  parts  of  the  realm  with  his  ship  to  buy 
victuals  and  other  goods  and  to  convey  them  from  thence  to  York  and 
Newcastle  upon  Tyne,  and  other  parts  in  the  North,  provided  he  does  not 
communicate  with  the  Scots  or  the  Flemings ;  nothing  is  to  be  taken  against 
the  will  of  the  said  William  or  of  his  men  for  the  king's  use  of  such  victuals 
and  goods. 

The  like  safe-conduct  for  Richard  de  Warrewyk. 

July  16.  Notification  that  W.  bishop  of  Exeter,  the  treasurer,  has  made  fine  for 

York.  the  service  due  from  him  in  the  army  in  Scotland  ;  and  the  said  bishop, 

his  heirs  and  successors  are  not  to   be  molested  touching  such  service. 

By  p.s. 
Vacated  because  surrendered  ami  cancelled  and  otherwise  below  under  tlie  same 
date, 

July  21.  The  like  to  J.  bishop  of  Norwich.  By  p.s. 

York.  Vacated  as  above. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  treasurer  and  barons  of  the  Exchequer  that 
the  said  bishops  are  to  be  quit  thereof  at  the  Exchequer. 
Vacated  as  above, 

21962  ii 


178  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


2322  MEMBRANE    82. 

July  13.  Licence  for  Alice,  late  the  wife  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  to  marry 

York.         whomsoever  she  will  of  the  king's  allegiance.  By  K. 

Grant  for  life  to  the  said  Alice,  daughter  and  heir  of  Henry  de  Laci, 
sometime  earl  of  Lincoln,  she  having  granted  and  released  to  the  king  all 
her  right  and  claim  in  the  castle,  town  and  manor  of  Cliderhou  and  in  the 
manors  and  towns  of  Penwrotham,  Blakebourn  and  Ightenhill  and  in  the 
manors  of  Standon  and  Aykeryngton  with  the  vaccaries  and  with  the  parks, 
chace  and  forest  of  Rochesdale  and  Blakebourn,  co.  Lancaster,  of  500  marks 
a  year,  to  be  received  out  of  the  issues  thereof  by  the  hands  of  the  keepers 
thereof.  By  K. 

Vacated  because  surrendered  and  cancelled  and  otherunse  below. 

July  12.  Grant  to  R.  bishop  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  that  the  pavage  for  the  city 

York,         of  Lichefeld  and  for  enclosing  the  precinct  of  the  cathedral  church  with  a 

stone  wall,  granted  to  bishop  Walter,  his  predecessor,  for  seven  years  from 

8  November,  14  Edward  II,  shall  continue  for  that  period,  notwithstanding 

the  death  of  the  said  Walter. 

July  12.  Grant  to  Henry  de  Leycestre  and  William  de  Oterhampton,  king's  clerks, 

York.         auditors  of  the  accounts  of  receivers,  bailiffs  and  keepers  of  the  lands  late 

of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  and  other  rebels,  of  20/.  a  year  to  each  of 

them  for  so  long  as  they  are  so  engaged,  to  be  received  out  of  the  issues 

thereof  by  the  hands  of  such  receivers.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  following  auditors  of  the  issues  in  divers  counties  of  such 
lands : — 

Robert  de  Silkeston  and  Roger  de  Gidesburgh  of  20/.  a  year  to  each  of 

them. 
Simon  de  Baldreston  and  Master  Thomas  de  Cheddeworth,  in  divers 

counties  and  in  Wales,  of  25  marks  a  year  to  each  of  them. 
Henry  de  Athelarstre  and  Walter  de  Bredon,  in  divers  counties,  of 
20  marks  a  year  to  each  of  them. 

July  12.  Writ  of  aid  for  one  year  for  Roger  de  Acton,  king's  serjeant,  charged  by 

York.  the  steward  of  the  Household  and  keeper  of  the  Wardrobe  to  make  purvey- 
ances for  the  office  of  the  kitchen  ;  nothing  is  to  be  taken  in  the  fee  of  the 
church.  By  K. 

The  like  for  Odo  de  Stoke. 

July  12.         Pardon  to  Gilbert  de  Elsefeld,  a  rebel ;  with  restitution  of  his  lands 
York.        and  tenements.  By  K. 

July  15.         Mandate  to  Philip  de  Middelton,  keeper  of  the  land  of  Montgomery, 

York.         to  levy  100  footmen  from  that  land    and  to  lead  them  to  the  king  by 

1  August,  and  from  the  time  of  their  leaving  those  parts  until  they  shall 

come  to  the  king  to  pay  them  their  wages  out  of  the  issues  of  his  bailiwick. 

[Pari.  WHts.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  John  Wrothe,  keeper  of  the  land  of  Ewyaslacy,  to  levy  100 
footmen.     [Pari,  Writs,] 

July  12.         Licence,  upon  a  fine  made  by  Robert  de  Maundevill,   for  Alexander 

York,         Luterel  to  enfeoff  John  de  Wydecumbe  of  his  manor  of  Hardyngton,  held 

in  chief,  and  for  the  said  John  to  gtjskut  the  said  manor  to  the  said  Robert 

for  life,  with  remainders  to  the  said  Alexander  and  Mary  his  wife,  and  the 

heirs  of  their  bodies  and  to  the  right  heirs  of  the  said  Robert. 

By  fine  of  iOs. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  1.  179 


2322.  Membrane    32 — cont, 

July  16.  Commission  to  Philip  de  Middelton,  keeper  of  the  land  of  Montgomery, 

York.         f^  levy  100  footmen,  as  well  English  as  Welsh,  from  the  lordship  of  Cans, 

which  is  in  the  king's  hands  by  reason  of  the  death  of  Peter  de  Corbet ;  to 

be  with  the  king  by  1  August.      [Pari,  Writs,]  By  K. 

Mandate  to  A.  bishop  of  Hereford,  to  levy  100  footmen,  from  his  lord- 
ships in  the  Marches  of  Wales  by  the  advice  of  the  said  Philip.  [Pari. 
Writs.]  By  K.  ;  Et  erant  clause. 

July  21.  Pardon  to  J.  bishop  of  Norwich,  of  the  service  due  from  him  for  the 

York.         army  in  Scotland.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  W.  bishop  of  Exeter.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 

July  16.  Presentation   of  Richard    de   Wirecestre,   chaplain,   to  the  church  of 

York.         Bretheham,  in  the  diocese  of  Norwich,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the 
lands  and  tenements  of  Roger  Dammory,  late  a  rebel,  being  in  his  hands. 

By  p.s. 

The  like  to  William  de  Langele,  to  the  church  of  Riburgh,  in  the  diocese 
of  Norwich,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  and  tenements  of  Robert 
de  Walkefare  being  in  his  hands.  By  p.s. 

Thomas  de  Garton  and  Alan  de  Malteby,  monks  of  Whiteby,  bringing 
news  of  the  cession  of  Thomas  de  Mai  ton,  late  abbot  of  that  place,  have 
letters  for  the  prior  and  convent  of  licence  to  elect.  By  p.s. 

July  12.  George  de  Saluciis,  whom  the  king  lately  believed  to  be  dead,  but  who  is 

York.         alive,  is  not  to  be  molested  in  his  benefices.  By  p.s. 

July  15.  Pardon  to  Robert  de  Chedeworth,  an  adherent  of  the  rebels,  in  consideration 

York.         of  a  fine  made  by  him  whereof  he  has  paid  part  and  found  sufficient  security 

for  the  residue,  and  also  of  his  having  found  security  under  a  penalty  of 

200  marks  for  his  future  good  behaviour.  By  p.s. 


MEMBRANE  31. 

July  10.  Mandate  to  John  de  Warenna,  earl  of  Surrey,  to  do  his  fealty  to  Henry 

York.  de  Thrapston,  king's  clerk,  appointed  by  the  king  to  receive  the  same  in 
his  name  for  the  manors  of  Tonbrigg,  Wynterbum,  Aumbresbure,  Cane- 
ford,  Hestring,  and  Cherleton,  which  he  holds  for  life  of  the  inheritance  of 
Alice,  late  the  wife  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  and  daughter  and  heir  of 
Henry  de  Lascy,  sometime  earl  of  Lincoln,  the  said  Alice  having  granted 
to  the  king  that  after  the  death  of  the  earl  they  shall  pass  in  remainder  to 
him.  By  K. 

July  17.  Appointment  of  Nicholas  de  Acton,  king's  clerk,  to  pay  the  Welsh 

York.  footmen  about  to  go  towards  Scotland  their  wages  from  the  day  when  they 
shall  move  from  the  parts  of  Shrewsbury  until  they  come  to  the  king. 

ByK. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Master  Ralph  de  Pagrave, 
clerk. 

July  12.  Grant  for  life  to  Alice  de  Lacy,  countess  of  Lincoln  and  Salisbury,  of 

York.         the  castle,. town  and  manor  of  Cliiford  in  Wales,  the  manors  of  Coleham, 

Woxebrigge,  and  Eggeswere,  co.  Middlesex,  Halton  upon  Trent,  Wadyngton, 

Brottelby,  Lutton,  and  Thorley,  and  the  castle,  town,  manor,  honor  and  soke  of 


180  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS! 


1322.  Membrane    81 — cont, 

Bolyngbrok,  and  the  moors  of  Wyldemore  and  le  Frith,  co.  Lincoln,  Wadenho 
and  Wardington,  co.  Northampton,  Birencestre  and  Mydelyngton,  co. 
Oxford,  and  Glasbury  in  Wales,  and  also  all  the  lands  and  tenements 
in  Holeburn  in  the  suburb  of  London,  together  with  knights*  fees  &c.  as 
freely  and  fully  as  they  were  held  by  Henry  de  Lacy,  earl  of  Lincoln,  her 
father,  in  the  time  of  the  king's  progenitors  ;  with  remainder  to  Hugh  le 
Despenser,  the  younger,  and  his  heirs.  Grant  also  to  the  said  Alice  that 
the  manors  of  Horblyng,  co.  Lincoln,  and  Grauncestre,  co.  Cambridge, 
which  Joan,  late  the  wife  of  the  said  Henry,  holds  in  dower  of  the  king's 
inheritance  under  a  grant  made  to  him  by  the  said  Alice,  and  which  after 
the  death  of  the  said  Joan  ought  to  revert  to  the  king  and  his  heirs  by 
virtue  of  such  grant,  shall  upon  the  death  of  Joan  pass  in  remainder  to 
the  said  Alice,  if  she  shall  then  be  surviving,  to  hold  for  life  together 
with  knights'  fees,  (&c.  with  remainder  upon  the  deaths  of  the  said  Joan 
and  Alice  to  the  said  Hugh  and  his  heirs.  By  K. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  keeper  of  the  castle,  manor  and  town  of 
Clyfford  and  of  the  manor  of  Glasbury  in  Wales  to  deliver  the  same  to  the 
said  countess. 

The  like  to  the  under-mentioned,  viz. — 

Robert  de  Hungerford,  keeper  of  the  manors  of  Coleham,  Woxebrigge, 

and  Eggewere,  co.  Middlesex. 
Alan  de  Cubbeldyk,   keeper  of  the  manors  of  Halton  upon  Trent, 

Wadyngton,  Brottelby,  Lutton  and  Thorleye  and  the  castle  &c.  of 

Bolyngbrok  and  the  moors  of  Wildemore  and  le  Frith,  co.  Lincoln. 
Richard    de    Whatton,    keeper    of    the    manors    of    Wadenho   and 

Wardyngton. 
Robert  de  Stok,  keeper  of  the  manors  of  Birencestre  and  Midelyngton, 

CO.  Oxford. 
Hamo  de  Chigewell,  keeper  of  the  lands  and  tenements  in  the  street 

of  Holeburn,  in  the  suburb  of  London. 

July  20.  Grant  to  Godfrey  de  Rudham  of  the  deanery  of  the  king's  free  chapel  of 

York.         Wolvemehampton.       By  K.  on  the  information  of  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 

July  10.  Grant  to  Alice  de  Lascy,  countess  of  Lincoln  and  Salisbury,  late  the  wife 

York.  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  and  her  heirs,  that  she  may  enter  upon  and 
hold  the  manor  of  Avington,  co.  Berks,  upon  the  death  of  Emma  de 
Lungespeye,  who  holds  it  for  life  of  the  inheritance  of  the  said  Alice,  and 
which  upon  the  death  of  the  said  Emma  ought  for  certain  causes  to  pass 
into  the  king's  hands.  By  E. 

July  15.  Licence  after  inquisition  ad  quod  damnum  made  by  Thomas  de  Burgo, 

York.  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain, 
by  Thomas  Thorald,  clerk,  of  Alverthorp,  and  Roger  de  Lancastre, 
executors  of  the  testament  of  William  son  of  Gennan  de  Wakefeld,  of 
18«.  4(/.  of  rent  in  the  city  of  York,  held  in  chief,  arising  out  of  a 
messuage  which  Thomas  de  Beningburgh,  *  orfevere,'  of  York,  holds,  to  a 
chaplain,  to  hold  to  him  and  his  successors  celebrating  the  mass  of 
St.  Mary  daily  in  the  church  of  All  Saints,  Wakefeld,  in  augmentation  of 
their  maintenance.  By  fine  of  80s. 

July  14.  Grant  to  the  dean  and  chapter  of  the  church  of  Lichefeld,  with  respect 

York.         to  the  904  marks  bequeathed  by  Walter    de  Langeton,  late  bishop   of 

Coventry  and  Lichfield,  in  aid  of  the  fabric  of  the  chapel  of  St.  Mary  in 

the  church  of  Lichefeld,  and  which  was  to  remain  in  their  custody,  to  be 

applied  to  that  work  by  his  executors  by  view  and  ordinance  of  the  dean 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  1.  181 


1322. 


Membrane  31 — cont. 


and  chapter,  and  which  sum  the  said  dean  and  chapter,  with  the  assent 
of  the  said  executors,  lent  to  the  king  together  with  a  further  sum  of 
257L  19s.  lid,  for  the  Scotch  war,  that  they  may  receive  the  farms  of  the 
following  towns  until  they  shall  be  fully  satisfied  in  the  said  sums,  to  wit, 
the  farm  of  Shrewsbury,  extended  at  30/.;  that  of  Notingham  with  the  old 
farm  and  increment  at  67^  35.  id, ;  that  of  Oxford  40Z.  and  that  of 
Bruges  at  61,  Ss.  id.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  bailiffs  and  good  men  of  the  said  towns. 

July  16,  Grant  to  William  de  Clif,  king's  clerk,  of  all  corn,  hay  and  grass  grow- 

York.         ing  and  being  in  the  manor  of  Brottelby.  By  K. 

July  18.  Margaret,  late  the  wife  of  Gilbert  de  Knovill,  going  on  pilgrimage  to  St. 

York.  Edmund's,  Pontigny,  has  letters  nominating  Richard  de  Chissebich  and 
Walter  de  Pynneho  his  attorneys  for  one  year. 

July  20.  Grant  to  Burgesius  de  Tyll[io],  king's  yeoman,  of  all  the  goods  late  of 

York.         Laurence  de  Heck',  a  rebel,  which  as  forfeitures  ought  to  pertain  to  the  king, 

wherever  the  same  may  be  found  within  the  realm  of  England.        By  p.s. 

July  18.  Licence,  after  inquisition  ad  quod  damnum  made  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye, 

York.  late  escheator  beyond  Trent,  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Robert  de 
Farendon  of  6  marks  of  rent  in  Bruddeport,  co.  Dorset,  held  in  chief,  to  a 
chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  chapel  of  St.  Michael, 
Brudeport,  for  the  souls  of  the  king's  father,  the  said  Robert  and  Joan  his 
wife  and  all  the  faithful  departed.  By  fine  of  5  marks. 

July  20.  Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Master  John  de  Stretford,  king's  clerk,  arch- 

York,  deacon  of  Lincoln,  and  for  a  fine  of  40/.  made  by  John  de  Bisshopesdon, 
to  the  latter  of  all  trespasses  against  the  king  committed  by  him  when  he 
was  an  adherent  of  the  rebels;  with  restitution  of  his  lands  and  tene- 
ments. By  p.s. 

Grant  to  Burgesius  de  Till  [io] ,  king's  yeoman,  and  Sibyl  his  wife,  for  their 
lives,  of  all  the  lands  and  tenements  late  of  Laurence  de  Heck',  a  rebel, 
which  as  forfeitures  are  in  the  king's  hands.  By  p.s. 

July  21.  Presentation  of  John  de  Rosse  to  the  church  of   Scoreburgh,  of  the 

York.         jurisdiction  of  Nicholas  de  Hugate,  provost  of  the  church  of  St.  John, 

Beverley,  in  the  diocese  of  York,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody 

of  the  lands  and  heir  of  Henry  de  Percy,  tenant  in  chief.     The  letters 

of  presentation  are  directed  to  the  said  provost. 

July  20.  Grant  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  of  all  the  corn,  hay,  grass, 

York.         animals  and  other  goods  in  the  manors  of  Lacchele,  Barwe  and  Graun- 

cestre,  which  the  king  granted  to  him.  By  E. 


MEMBRANE    80. 

July  12.  Grant  for  life  to  Alice  de  Lascy,  countess  of  Lincoln  and  Salisbury,  of 

York.         the  castle,  town,  manor,  and  honor  of  Halton,  co.  Chester,  with  knights* 

fees  and  all  other  appurtenances,  as  freely  and  fully  as  Henry  de  Lascy, 

sometime  earl  of  Lincoln,  her  father,  ever  held  the  same.  By  E. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  Gilbert  de  Syngilton,  keeper  thereof,  to  deliver 

the  same  to  her. 


182  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


■1099  Membrane  80 — cont, 

July  16.  Pardon,  at  the  request  of  W.  bishop  of  Exeter,  the  treasurer,  to  John  de 

York.         Pederton  of  all  manner  of  trespasses  committed  against  the  king  when  aiding 

the  rebels ;  with  restitution  of  his  lands  and  goods.  By  p.s. 

July  10.  Grant  to  Alice,  late  the  wife  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  of  all  the  com, 

York.  hay  and  grass  in  the  manors  of  Coleham,  Woxebrigg,  Eggewere,  co. 
Middlesex,  Clyflbrd  and  Glasbury  in  Wales,  Halton  upon  Trent,  Wadynton, 
Lutton,  Thorloye,  Bolyngbrok,  "Waynflet,  WrangoU,  Stepyng,  Ingeldemeles, 
Thoresby,  Wath,  Sutton  in  Holand,  Swaveton  and  Alkebarwe,  and  in  the 
moors  of  Wyldemore  and  le  Frith,  co.  Lincoln,  Wadenho  and  Wardyngton, 
CO.  Northampton,  Byrencestre  and  Middelyngton,  co.  Oxford,  and  in  lands 
in  the  street  of  Holebourne  in  the  suburb  of  London ;  and  also  in  the  manor, 
borough  and  town  of  Newcastle  under  Lyme,  and  in  the  manors  and  towns 
of  Penkenhill,  Sheprugge,  Woolstanton,  Clayton  and  Caldon,  co.  Stafford, 
Hungerford,  co.  Berks,  Everle  and  Colyngboume,  co.  Wilts,  Derford,  co. 
Derby,  Shelton,  co.  Leicester,  and  Halton,  co.  Chester ;  all  which  manors, 
&c.  were  taken  into  the  king's  hands  upon  the  death  of  the  said  Thomas 
and  which  the  king  has  restored  to  the  said  Alice.  By  K. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  following  keepers  of  the  said  manors  and  in 
their  respective  counties  : — 

Robert  de  Hongerford,  co.  Middlesex. 
Alan  de  Cubbeldyk,  co.  Lincoln. 
Richard  de  Whatton,  co.  Northampton. 
Robert  de  Stoke,  co.  Oxford. 
Roger  de  Waltham,  co.  Stafford. 
Robert  de  Hungerford,  co.  Berks  and  co.  Wilts. 
Roger  de  Waltham,  co.  Leicester. 
Robert  Toke,  co.  Derby. 
Oliver  de  Ingham,  co.  Chester. 

The  keeper  of  the  manor  and  town  of  Clifford  and  the  manor  of 
Glasbury  in  Wales. 

July  20.  Appointment,  during  pleasure,  in  the  place  of  John  de  Foxle,  of  Roger 

York.         Beler  to  be  a  baron  of  the  Exchequer,  with  the  usual  fee.  By  K. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  treasurer  and  barons  of  the  Exchequer. 

ByK. 

July  12.  Grant  to  John  Talebot  of  the  corn,  grass  and  hay  in  the  manor  of  Segbrok, 

York.         CO.  Lincoln,  which  manor  the  king  had  lately  granted  to  him  and  his  heirs. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  Alan  de  Cubbeldyk  to  deliver  the  same  to  him. 

July  20.  Presentation  of  John  de  Doune,  king's  clerk,  of  the  church  of  Ufford  in 

York.         the  diocese  of  Lincoln.  By  p.s. 

July  18.  Safe-conduct,  until  the  Purification,  for  Master  John  de  Stratford,  arch- 

York,         deacon  of  Lincoln,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  business.         By  K. 
Protection  also  with  clause  rolumiLs  for  the  said  Master  John. 

The  like  for  the  following  persons  going  with  him : — 

Master  William  de  Mees,  parson  of  the  church  of  Northberkhampstede. 

Richard  de  Ragenhull,  parson  of  the  church  of  Bemoldby. 

Robert  Pygod,  parson  of  the  church  of  Handesworth. 

Walter  de  Harpham,  parson  of  the  church  of  Yevelton. 

Nicholas  de  Stretford. 

Peter  de  Eston. 

John  de  By  tern. 

John  de  Maddeleye. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Pabt  I.  188 


Membrane  80 — cont. 


1322. 

July  20.  Grant  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  of  the  com,  hay,  grass,  cattle 

York.         and  goods  in  the  manors  of    Severnestok,  Oxindon,  Shopton,  Bureford, 

Wealde,  and  Byhale,  and  also  in  the  island  of  Lunday  and  in  the  lands  of 

Gower  and  Usk,  lately  granted  to  him  by  the  king.  By  K. 

July  18.  Grant  to  Eleanor,  wife  of  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  the  king's 

York.         niece,  of  all  com,  hay,  cattle  and  goods  in  the  manors  of  Melton  Moubray 

and  Sonyngdon,  granted  to  her  by  the  king.  By  E. 

July  20.  Pardon  to  John  de  Weston,  clerk,  an  adherent   of   Bartholomew  de 

York.        Badelesmere,  a  rebel.  By  p.s. 

July  20.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Master  Thomas  Buteturte, 

York.         parson  of  the  church  of  Tuytishale,  and  Richard  de  Hedersete,  parson  of 

the  church  of  Beghton,  of  a  messuage  in  Norwich,  adjoining  the  dwelling 

place  of  the  prior  and  Carmelite  friars  of  Norwich,  to  the  said  friars,  for 

the  enlargement  of  their  dwelling-place.  By  K. 

July  18.  Grant  for  life  to   Alice,  late  the  wife  of  Thomas,  sometime  earl  of 

York.  Lancaster,  daughter  and  heir  of  Henry  de  Lacy,  sometime  earl  of  Lincoln, 
of  600  marks  a  year  to  be  received  out  of  the  issues  of  the  castle,  town  and 
manor  of  Cliderhou,  and  of  the  manors  and  towns  of  Penwrotham,  Blakebum, 
and  Ightenhill  and  the  manors  of  Standen  and  Akeryngton,  together  with  the 
vaccaries  (cum  vicariis)  and  with  the  parks,  chace  and  forest  of  Bochesdale 
and  Blakebourn,  co.  Lancaster,  in  case  she  should  be  evicted  at  the  suit  of 
any  person  by  judgment  of  the  court  from  the  castle  of  Newcastle  under 
Lyme  with  the  borough  of  the  towns  of  Penkhull,  Sheprugg,  Wolstanton 
and  Clayton  with  its  hamlets  and  other  appurtenances,  co.  Stafford,  the 
town  of  Hungerford,  co.  Berks,  the  manors  of  Everle  and  Colyngboum,  co. 
Wilts,  the  manor  of  Derford  with  the  park,  co.  Derby,  and  the  manor  of 
Shelton  with  the  park,  co.  Leicester,  which  the  king  had  caused  to  be 
delivered  to  her  as  the  dower  assigned  to  her  at  the  church  door  when  she 
was  married.  By  K. 

Afterwards  it  was  duplicated  at  the  suit  of  William  de  Clif,  to  be  sent, 
as  he  asserted,  to  the  king. 

July  21.  Pardon  to  Adam  de  Swilyngton,  knight,  of  500  marks,  part  of  the  1,000 

York.         marks  wherein  he  made  fine  to  save  his  life  and  to  have  his    lands   by 

reason  of  his  late  adherence  to   the  rebels;   grant  that  he  may  pay  the 

remaining  500  marks  at  the  Exchequer  at  the  rate  of  lOOZ.  a  year.    By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  treasurer  and  barons  of  the  Exchequer. 

Mandate  to  Thomas  Dayvill,  keeper  of  lands  and  tenements,  late  of 
rebels,  beyond  the  river  Use,  co.  York,  to  deliver  to  the  said  Adam  all  his 
lands  and  tenements. 

[Incomplete.]      Vacated  because  otherwise  in  the  Close  Roll. 

July  21.  The  like,  at  the  instance  of  W.  bishop  of  Exeter,  the  treasurer,  to  Otto 

York.         de  Bodrygan,  knight,  of  200  marks  out  of  the  1,000  marks  by  which  he 

made  fine  on  the  like  account ;  grant  that  he  may  pay  the  residue  at  the 

rate  of  100  marks  a  year  at  the  Exchequer.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  the  sheriff  of  Cornwall  to  restore  his  lands  and  tenements  in 

his  bailiwick  to  the  said  Otto. 

The  like  to  John  Everard,  keeper  of  certain  of  the  lands  and  tenements 
of  the  said  Otto  in  the  county  of  Cornwall  to  make  delivery  to  him. 

June  14.         Grant  in  fee  to  Master  Robert  de  Baldok,  king's  clerk,  archdeacon  of 

Haddlesey.     Middlesex,  of  the  entire  right  which  has  fallen  to  the  king  by  the  forfeiture 

of  Roger  de  Clyfford,  late  a  rebel,  out  of  all  the  knights*  fees  which  John 


184  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


2322  Membrane    80 — cont. 

de  Crumbewoll  and  Idonia  his  wifo  and  the  said  Roger  held  in  common  in 
Kymberworth,  Scauceby,  Brodesworth,  Pykebourne,  Skeldebrok  and  Stob- 
well,  CO.  York,  Peverelthorp,  Staneford,  Torlacton,  Shelton  and  Plaubergh, 
CO.  Nottingham,  Lambourn,  co.  Essex,  Lasham,  co.  Soathampton,  and 
Burton  by  Bannebur}',  Prestecote,  and  Shutford,  co.  Oxford,  of  the 
inheritance  of  the  said  Idonia  and  Roger.  Grant  also  to  him  of  the  king's 
reversion  of  the  manor  of  Shaldeford,  co.  Surrey,  of  the  same  inheritance, 
which  Robert  de  Monte  Alto  and  Emma  his  wife  hold  in  dower  of  the  said 
Emma.  By  writ  of  secret  seal. 

July  21.  Grant  to  the  abbot  of  Langedon  of  the  body  of  John  Malmeins,  knight, 

York.        a  rebel,  prisoner  in  the  castle  of  Rochester,  either  to  release  him,  or  to  do 

his  will  with  him  ;  grant  also  to  the  abbot  of  the  lands  and  tenements 

forfeited  by  the  said  John.  By  p.a. 

July  21.  Writ  of  aid  until  All  Saints,  directed  to  sheriffs,  keepers  of  forests,  &c. 

York.         for  Hugh  son  of  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger  (junioris),  whom  the  king 

is  sending  through  divers  parts  of  the  realm  with  hunters  and  dogs  to  take 

the  venison  of  the  present  season  in  the  king's  forests,  chaces  and  parks,  as 

he  is  enjoined.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  Baldok. 

July  21.  Protection  for  the  priory  of  St.  Denys  by  Southampton,  which  is  in  debt, 

York.         and  appointment  during  pleasure  of  Ingelram  Berenger  as  keeper  thereof 

to  apply  the  revenues  to  the  discharge  of  its  debts.  By  C. 

July  26.  Signification  to  W.  archbishop  of  York  of  the  royal  assent  to  the  election 

Think.        of  Thomas  de  Haukesgarth,  a  monk  of  Whiteby,  to  be  abbot  of  that  place. 

By  p.s. 

July  20.  Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for   Master  Edmund  do 

York.         London,  prebendary  of  Brightlyng  in  the  king's  free  chapel  of  the  castle 
of  Hastings. 

MEMBRANE  29. 

July  18.  Protection  with  clause  nolumns,  until  All   Saints,  for  Robert  Moigne 

York.         going  with  the  king  to  Scotland. 

By  testimony  of  Roger  do  Waltham,  treasurer  of  the  Wardrobe. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  persons,  going  as  above,  viz.  : — 

John  Levenoth.  John  do  Lymboteshey. 

John  Hakelut.  Thomas    son    of    Laurence    de 

Rol)crt  de  Haustede.  Herdwyk. 

John  de  Whelnetham.  Robert  Crowe. 

Richard  Lovel.  Robert  Michel. 
John  de  Norwyco. 

July  21.  William  le  Chaundeler. 

York.  By  testimony  of  the  steward  of  the  Queen's  household. 

By  K. 
Thomas  de  Lovaigne.  Ralph  Bygot. 

William  de  Bureford.  Richard  de  Grey. 

Edmund  de  Durem.  Ponsard  de  Monte  Martini. 

Geoffrey  *  of  the  Spense.'  John  Burnavill. 

Robert  de  Morle. 

July  20.  John  de  Belle  Gampo  of  Somer-        Henry  de  Sancta  Ositha. 

York.  sete.  John  de  Wodeford. 


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185 


1322. 


Membrane    29 — cont. 


July  21. 
York. 


July  21. 
York. 

Aug.  8. 

Newcastle 
uponTjne. 


Aug.  9. 
Ainwiok. 

July  20. 
York. 


July  21. 
York. 


John  de  Weston,  the  younger. 

Walter  Haket. 

Henry  de  Penbrugge. 

John  de  Grey. 

Robert  Romayn. 

Thomas  de  la  Hay. 

Simon  Croizer. 

Bertrand  Ferandi,  parson  of  the 

church  of  Rothele. 
John  de  Grey  of  Rotherfeld. 
Humphrey  de  Bassyngbum. 
John  de  Mortoyn  and  Ralph  son 

of  Ralph. 

Edmund  Gacelyn. 
Thomas  de  Weston. 

William  de  Kyme. 

John  de  Oddyngeseles. 

John  de  Sancto  Johanne.     By  p.s. 

Master  Richard  de  Baldok,  parson 

of    the    church    of  Sabriche- 

worth. 
Maurice  de  Brune. 


Ralph  le  Botyller. 

John  de  Coupeland. 

Robert  de  Ilemelhampsiede. 

Robert  de  WeekeshuU. 

John  son  of  Alexander  de  Wode- 

risyng. 
Hcrvey  de  Staunton. 
John  de  Frene. 
Edward  Gerberde. 
Edmund  de  Dleye. 
William  de  Pastesle. 
Edmund  de  Burgiloun. 

Peter  le  Mareschal. 


Robert  de  Sapy. 
William  de  la  Beche. 

John  de  Gates  ton. 
George  de  Comerthe. 
John  de  Estmar. 


Hugh  de  Garton. 

Master  Thomas  de  Garton. 

By  testimony  of  Roger  de  Waltham,  treasurer  of  the  wardrobe. 

By  p.s. 
John  de  Haustede.  Geoffrey  Reuly  of  Essex. 

William  Hereward.  Robert  Belet. 

John  de  Kaignes.  Stephen  de  Estle. 

Stephen  de  Abyndon. 

Stephen  de  Cobham.  By  K. 

Protection  for  the  same  time  for  William  de  Ros  of  Hamelake  going  with 
the  king  as  above. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  persons  going  with  the  said  William, 
viz. : — 

Roger  de  Pedewardyn.  Robert  de  Aymunderby. 

William  Malbys. 

Protection  as  above  for  Henry  de  Bello  Monte  going  on  the  king's  service 
and  by  his  command  to  Scotland.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  imder-mentioned  persons  going  with  the  said  Henry, 
viz. : — 

John  de  Hacunthorpe.  John  de  Baiocis. 

John  Gubbaud.  William  de  Honyngton. 

The  like  for  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke,  going  with  the  king 
as  above. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  earl,  viz. : — 
William  Lovel.  Alan  de  Laomes. 

John  de  Crumwell.  Henry  Dosevill. 


186  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


Tj  QOQ  Membrane    29 — cont, 

John  de  Hastynges.  Henry  de  Garshale. 

Robert  Beudyn.  Robert  Gobion. 

John  de  Pabenham.  Robert  de  Oreford. 

John  Darcy.  Philip  Poltot. 

Hugh  de  Shippemedewe.  John  Peyvre. 

Thomas  West.  John  de  Stapelton. 
Thomas  son  of  Roger  leDespensei        John  Morice. 

of  Langetoft.  John  Gacelyn. 

Percival  Simeon.  Roger  de  Watevill. 

William  Swan.  Richard  de  Plays. 

Constantine  de  Mortuo  Mari.  William  de  Tweng. 

John  de  Wolaston.  William  de  Cleydon. 

John  de  Stodleye.  John  de  Walkyngham. 

Richard  de  Mountcheynsy.  Nicholas  de  Canti  Lupo. 
John  la  Zousche. 

The  like  for  the  following  persons  going  on  the  king's   service  as 
under-mentioned : — 

William  de  la  Cressenore,  going  with  John  de  Whelnetham. 
John  Alisaundre  de  Rendham,  going  with  the  said  John. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  John. 
Hamo  de  Blakesford,  going  with  Richard  Lovel. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  Richard. 

July  21.  Robert  de  Dyggeby,  going  with  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger. 

York.  By  testimony  of  the  said  Hugh. 

Nicholas  de  Redyng,  going  with  Thomas  Wake  of  Lydel. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  Thomas. 
Edmund  de  Hastynges,  going  with  the  said  Thomas. 
William  de  Brom,  going  with  John  de  Hastynges. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  John. 
Roger  de  Grey,  going  with  the  said  John. 

The  like  for  John  de  Somery,  going  with  the  king  as  above.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  persons  going  with  the  said  John : — 
William  de  Birmyngham.  William  de  Gasteneys. 

Thomas  de  Pipe.  Henry  lUary. 

Robert  de  Grendon.  Richard  de  Wenlok. 

Henry  de  Bisshebury.  John  de  Hodynet. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  John. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  persons  going  with  John  de   Bello 
Campo  of  Somerset : — 

John  de  Gouyz.  Hugh  de  Reigny. 

William  de  Engelby.  William  le  Jeu. 

John  son  of  Reginald.  By  testimony  of  the  said  John. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  persons  (sic)  going  with  David  de 
Strabolgy,  earl  of  Athol : — 

Alexander  de  Monte  Forti.  By  testimony  of  the  earl. 

The  like  for  William  de  Banham,  going  with  John  de  Norwyco  on  the 
king's  service.  By  testimony  of  the  said  John, 

The  like  for  John  de  la  Haye,  going  with  the  said  John. 

The  like  for  Robert  le  Fiz  Elys,  going  on  the  king's  service  with  Hugh 
le  Despenser,  earl  of  Winchester. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Part  1. 


187 


1322. 


July  20. 
York. 


Membrane    29 — cont. 

The  like  for  Thomas  atte  Gate,  going  on    the    king's    service  with 
William  de  la  Beche. 

The  like  for  Thomas  de  Brotherton,  earl  of  Norfolk  and  Marshal  of 
England,  the  king's  brother,  going  with  the  king  as  above. 


The  like  for  the  following 
service : — 

John  de  Bavent. 
John  de  Caumpai  ne. 
Robert  de  Herpyngham. 
Robert  Dufford. 
Richer  de  la  Ryvere. 
Ranulph  de  Blaunkmuster. 
John  de  Verdoun. 
Robert  de  Noers. 
John  de  Sancto  Philiberto. 
William  Jernye. 
William  Cryketot. 
Robert  de  Langham. 
Thomas  de  Shelton. 
John  de  Cramavill. 
John  atte  Hull. 
William  Giffard. 
John  de  Fourneux. 
George  de  Thorpe. 
William  de  Langham. 


going  with  the  said  earl  on   the  king's 

Richard  Fresel. 
Nicholas  le  Latimer. 
Thomas  le  Latimer. 
John  de  Wysham. 
Roger  Pychard. 
William  de  Clopton. 
John  de  Weyland. 
William  de  Baa. 
Thomas  de  Hekelyng. 
William  de  Calthorp. 
Richard  Chaumberlayn. 
Robert  de  Wauton. 
John  de  Sutton. 
Richard  de  Frevill. 
Richard  de  Reppes. 
Bartholomew  Dauvelers. 
John  Courson. 
Roger  Courson. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  earl. 


July  21. 
York. 


Aug.  5. 
Gtwforth. 


The  like  for  Robert  Constable  of  Fleynburgh  going  with  the  king  as 
above. 

The  like  for  the  following  persons  going  with  the  said  Robert : — 
John  de  Hastthorp.  William  de  Naffreton. 

William  de  Rodeston.  John  de  Mounceux. 

By  testimony  of  Henry  de  Bello  Campo. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  for  Simon  de  Kynardesleye,  going  with 
Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel.  By  testimony  of  the  earl. 

The  like  for  Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Winchester,  going  with  the 
king.  By  K. 


The  like  for  the  following  going  with 
Richard  Daverenges. 
John  de  Haudlo. 
John  de  Drayton. 
Robert  de  Grey. 
Robert  de  Stangrave. 
Ralph  Basset  of  Drayton. 
John  Vernoun. 
Adam  Sherewode. 
Henry  de  Saham. 
John  de  Bello  Monte. 
William  de  Bello  Monte. 
George  Salvayn. 
William  de  Evere. 
Richard  de  Castillon. 
Thomas  de  Staunton,  clerk. 


the  earl : — 

Simon  de  Lyndesey. 
Nicholas  de  Stradesete. 
William  atte  More. 
Thomas  de  Wauton. 
William  de  Bodeketon. 
Thomas  Gay. 
Richard  de  Wydeslade. 
Thomas  Chaunterel. 
John  de  Ratynden. 
John  Joce. 
Thomas  Gobion. 
William  de  Fenne. 
Roger  de  Bello  Campo. 
Richard  Macy. 
Stephen  Houwel. 


188  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


2322  Membrane    29 — cont, 

Philip  de  Verly.  Thomas  de  Metham. 

William  Jurdon.  Robert  de  Torkeseye,  *  barber.* 

Edmund  de  Wancy.  Alan  de  Tesedale. 

Oliver  de  Dynham.  Roger  de  Woddehalle. 

Martin  de  Fisshacre.  Robert  Houel. 

Ralph  de  Cammoys.  Adam  de  Wy. 

Thomas  de  Stanton.  John  de  Assheby. 

By  testimony  of  the  said  earl. 

The  like  for  Eudo  la  Zousche  going  on  the  king's  service  to  Scotland. 

By  K. 
The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  Eudo  : — 

Roger  la  Zousche. 

Ralph  la  Zousche.  By  testimony  of  the  said  Eudo. 

The  like  for  Robert  son  of  Robert  son  of  Walter  going  on  the  king's 
service.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  Robert  : — 
John  de  Vauton. 
Henry  de  Longo  Campo. 
Richard  de  Welby.  By  testimony  of  the  said  Robert. 

The  like  for  Peter  de  Malo  Lacu,  going  on  the  king's  service  and  by  his 
command  to  Scotland. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  Peter : — 
Bertin  Bacun. 

Peter  de  Malo  Lacu,  the  younger. 
Robert  Capun. 
Henry  de  Percy. 

The  like  for  Gilbert  de  Aton,  going  with  the  said  Henry. 

The  like  for  John  de  Haustede  going  with  the  king. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  John  : — 
William  son  of  William  Bretoun  of  Tekne. 
Philip  de  Hardeshull. 

The  like  for  John  de  Segrave,  the  elder,  going  with  the  king. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  persons  going  with  the  said  John  : — 
Reginald  Malure.  Thomas  de  Tolthorp. 

Nicholas  de  Tolthorp.  Alveric  de  Suleny. 

Thomas  de  Segrave.  Stephen  de  Segrave. 

John  Ouwayn.  John  de  Segrave,  the  younger. 

The  like  for  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  going  with  the  king. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  Hugh  : — 
Ralph  de  Gorges.  John  de  Aukeland. 

Thomas  de  Gorges.  Walter  de  Bello  Campo. 

John  Peverel.  John  de  Olneye. 

The  like  for  John  de  Britannia,  earl  of  Richemund,  going  with  the  king 
to  Scotland. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  earl : — 
John  Marmyon.  John  de  Mereworth. 

John  de  Wikxand.  Ralph  de  Normanvill. 


^ 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  1. 


189 


3322. 


July  20. 
York. 


Membrane  29 — conU 


Richard  de  Perers. 
Roger  Heron. 
Thomas  de  Botencumbe. 
William  Pollard. 
Robert  de  Umframvill. 


William  de  Cusancia. 

John  Burdoun. 

William  son  of  Peter  de  Cusance. 

Bertram  de  Mounbocher. 


The  like  for  Richard  de  Boys,  going  with  John  de  Crumbewell  on  the 
king's  service. 


July  20. 

York. 


Aug.  2. 

NewooBtle 
upon  Tjne. 

Aug.  6. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tjne. 

Aug.  6. 
Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 

Aug.  8. 
Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 

Aug.  12. 
Alnwick. 

Aug.   26. 
Molrose. 

July  21. 
York. 


July  20. 
York. 


MEMBRANE    28. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  the  prior  of  Styvinton, 

The  like  for  the  following  persons  : — 
Adam  de  Brom,  clerk. 
The  abbot  of  Wellou  by  Grim- 

mesby. 
The  prioress  of  Sinithwayt. 
William  de  Leycestre,  parson  of 

the  church  of  Chynnore. 
William  de  Leycestre,  parson  of 

the  chapel  of  St.  John,  Colneye. 
Augustin  de  Woxebrigge. 
Nicholas  de  Langeton  of  York. 
Alexander  de  Sandale. 


The  brethren  and  infirm  of  St. 

Katherine's,  Ledebury. 
The  prior  of  Durham. 
Philip  de  Beauvois. 
Master  Robert  de  Toft. 
Thomas  de  Gargrave. 
Henry  de  Shirokes. 
Simon  de  Northwode. 
Richard  de  Markham. 
John  de  GoushuU,  parson  of  the 

church  of  Aylington. 


The  abbot  of  Abyndon. 


Master  Adam  de  Ayremynne,  parson  of  the  church  of  Gayregrave. 


Margery  Foliot. 


John  de  Smetheton. 


Sir  Luke,   cardinal  deacon  of  St.  Mary  in  Via  Lata,  prebendary  of 
Longedon  in  the  church  of  Lichefeld.    For  three  years. 

Edward  de  Sancto  Johanne,  whom  the  king  lifted  from  the  holy  font 
causing  his  name  to  be  given  to  him. 

Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  going  with  the  king  to  Scotland,  has 
letters  nominating  Roger  Beler  and  William  de  Clif '  his  attorneys  until  All 
Saints. 

Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Winchester,  going  with  the  king,  has  like 
letters  nominating  John  de  Sancto  Amando  and  Ingelram  Berenger. 

The  said  earl  has  like  letters  nominating  Robert  de  Haudlo  and  Richard 
de  Berners. 

Grant  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Winchester,  of  the  com,  hay,  grass, 
animals  and  all  goods  in  the  castles,  towns  and  manors  of  Brymmesfeld  and 
Dyncbegh,  and  the  cantreds  of  Ros,  Royewynok  and  the  commote  of 
Dynmacl,  as  also  in  the  manors  of  Beggeworth,  Syde,  Assheton,  Sherinton, 


190  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322.  Membrane  28 — cont. 

Westcodeford,  Stapelford,  Heghtredebury,  Knouk,  Castelooumbe,  Stert, 
Colerne,  Westbiry,  Chilton  Tyeys,  Kyngoston  Lisle,  Kenyngton  and 
Wermynystre,  and  also  in  all  lands  and  tenements  in  the  said  manor 
of  Wermynystre,  late  of  John  de  Kyngeston,  and  in  all  lands  and  tenements 
of  Orcheston.  By  K. 

July  20.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain,  after  inquisition  ad  quod  damnum 

York.  made  by  Richard  de  Rodeneye,  late  escheator  beyond  Trent,  by  John,  vicar 
of  the  church  of  Tevelby  of  3  tofts,  6  bovates  of  land  and  8s.  of  rent  in 
Herpeswell,  and  Helmeswell  to  a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily 
in  the  chapel  of  St.  Edmund  the  Martyr  of  *  Spitel  in  the  Strete '  for  the 
souls  of  Edward  the  king's  father,  of  the  king  after  his  death,  and  for 
the  souls  of  the  father  of  the  said  John  and  his  mother  and  his  ances- 
tors and  all  the  faithful  departs  ;  notwithstanding  that  it  appears  by  such 
inquisition  that  the  premises  are  held  in  chief  of  the  manor  of  Eyrketon, 
in  the  king's  hands,  by  the  service  of  19s.  dhd,  yearly,  and  by  doing  suit 
every  throe  weeks  at  the  court  of  Kirketon  and  by  finding  one  *  Takman ' 
from  time  to  time  to  collect  the  king's  rents  in  the  said  towns  and  to  make 
summonses  and  distraints  of  the  said  court ;  further,  the  said  premises  are 
worth  in  all  their  issues  40s.  a  year.  By  fine  of  4  marks. 

Nicholas  de  la  Beche,  going  to  Scotland  with  the  king,  has  letters  nomi- 
nating Edmund  de  la  Beche  his  attorney  until  All  Saints. 

The  following  have  like  letters,  viz. : — 
July  21.  Aymor  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke,  nominating  John  de  Reddeswell 

York.  and  John  de  Crosseby. 

July  21.  John  de  Grey  of  Rotherfeld,  nominating  William  de  Wermodeston  for 

York.  one  year. 

John  de  Hastynges,  nominating  William  de  Herlaston,  clerk,  and 
Thomas  Boydyn. 

Aug.  2.  John  de  Urtiaco,  nominating  Ralph  de  Middelneye. 

Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 

July  80.  John  de  Sanoto  Philiberto,  going  on  the  king's  service  in  the  company 

York.  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Norfolk  and  marshal  of   England,  the  king's 

brother,  nominating  John  de  Norton  and  John  de  Illeye. 

By  testimony  of  the  earl. 

July  21.  Master  John  de  Stratford,  archdeacon  of  Lincoln,  going  on  the  king's 

York.  service  and  by  his  command  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating 
Master  Robert  de  Stratford  and  Thomas  de  Evesham  his  attorneys  until 
the  Purification. 

Jan.  29.  Pardon  to  Peter  son  of  Thomas  Corbet  for  acquiring,  without  licence, 

Durham.  from  Peter  Corbet,  late  lord  of  Cans,  tenant  in  chief,  two  gavels  {gavella)  of 
land  in  Thombury  in  le  Overgorthor,  viz.  Gavelkoydour,  and  Gavolrese  and 
the  manor  of  Hope  to  hold  to  him  and  the  heirs  of  his  body ;  and  the 
bailiwick  of  the  forestership  of  the  forests,  chaces,  parks  and  woods  within 
the  lordship  of  Cans  for  life.  By  p.s. 

July  20.  Safe-conduct  until  Christmas  for  Peter  le  Spicer,  yeoman  of  J.  bishop  of 

York.         Ely,  whom  the  said  bishop  is  sending  beyond  the  seas  to  make  purveyances 

for  him.  By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  1. 


191 


1322. 

July  24. 
Aldwark. 


July  22. 
York. 


July  25. 
York. 

July  22. 
York. 


Aug.  20. 
York. 


July  21. 
York. 


July  25. 
Thirsk. 


July  20. 
York. 


July  18. 
York. 

July  18. 
York. 


Membrane    28 — cont. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Robert  de  Hoton  and  Thomas  de  Sib- 
thorp,  king's  clerks,  to  examine,  and  put  in  order  the  charters,  writings, 
and  other  muniments  in  the  castles  of  Pontefract,  Tuttebury  and  Tone- 
brigg,  as  also  those  which  newly  came  into  and  are  in  the  custody  of 
the  keeper  of  the  Tower  of  London,  and  all  those  which  are  in  the  house 
of  the  Friars  Preachers  within  the  city  of  London.  By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid  for  them  commanding  the  keepers  and  constables  of  the 
said  castles  and  the  prior  of  the  order  of  Friars  Preachers,  London,  to 
permit  them  to  enter  the  said  castles,  tower  and  house  and  to  deliver  to 
them  such  charters,  writings  and  muniments- 
Grant  to  L.  bishop  of  Durham  that  his  sending  men  in  obedience  to  the 
king's  mandate  against  the  Scots  within  his  bishopric  and  liberty  shall  not 
bo  to  the  prejudice  of  himself  and  his  successors.      [Fwdera,]  By  K. 

Pardon  to  Otto  de  Bodruigan,  knight,  a  rebel ;  with  restitution  of  his 
lands  which  had  on  that  account  been  forfeited.  By  K. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Richard  de  Gretford  of  Kyngeston  upon 
Hull  to  be  comptroller  of  the  custom  of  wools,  hides  and  wool-fells  in  the 
port  of  that  town  with  the  usual  wages.  By  bill  of  the  Treasurer. 

Mandate  to  William  do  Birton  to  deliver  to  him  all  rolls  and  other  things 
touching  that  office  in  his  custody. 

Licence  for  Nicholas  de  Huntrecumbe  to  grant  in  fee  tail  to  Richard  de 
Neubaud  his  reversion  in  a  moiety  of  the  manor  of  Lowyk,  held  in  chief, 
which  Ellen,  late  the  wife  of  Waiter  de  Huntrecombe,  holds  in  dower  of 
the  inheritance  of  the  said  Nicholas,  with  remainder  to  the  right  heirs  of 
Nicholas.  By  fine  of  2  marks. 

Grant  to  John  de  Nevill  that  he  may  pay  the  fine  of  5001,  which  he  made 
with  the  king  to  save  his  life  and  to  hold  his  lands  for  having  adhered 
to  the  king's  enemies  and  rebels,  at  the  rate  of  100^.  a  year  at  the 
Exchequer.  By  p.s. 

Grant  for  life  to  John  de  Penreth  of  the  manor  of  Bolton  in  AUerdale, 
CO.  Cumberland,  late  of  Alexander  Styward,  an  enemy  and  rebel  from 
Scotland,  in  the  king's  hands  by  forfeiture.  By  p.s. 

Vacated  because  surrendered  and  cancelled. 

Grant  to  Gilbert  de  Assh,  lately  a  contrariant  and  rebel,  who  found  main- 
prize  to  go  and  serve  the  king  in  the  Scotch  war,  but  to  whom  the  king  has 
now  committed  the  custody  of  the  lands  and  tenements  of  Gilbert  Talebot, 
which  were  for  divers  causes  in  his  hands,  and  whom  the  king  has  com- 
manded to  remain  in  the  custody  thereof,  that  he  shall  not  hereafter  be 
molested  for  his  stay  by  reason  of  the  said  mainprize.  By  p.s. 

Grant  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  of  all  the  com,  hay,  grass, 
animals  and  goods  in  the  lands  of  Usk,  Breghenok,  Haye,  Huntynton, 
Cantrecelif,  Talagargh,  Blenleveny  and  Penkethely,  which  the  king  had 
granted  to  him.  By  E. 

The  like  to  him  of  the  like  in  the  castle,  town  and  manor  of  Donyngton. 

Grant  to  Bertram  de  Mountboucher  of  the  custody  during  the  minority 
of  the  heir  of  the  lands  of  Gerard  de  Chauncy,  tenant  in  chief,  with  the 
marriage  of  the  heir. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 


192 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

July  26. 
Thirsk. 


Aug.  5. 
Qosforth. 


Membrane  28 — cont. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Simon  Belde  to  the  office  of   comp- 
troller of  the  king's  mines  in  the  county  of  Devon. 

By  bill  of  the  Treasurer. 

Simon  do  Abyndon,  going  to  Scotland  on  the  king's  service,  has  letters, 
nominating  John  de  Norton  his  attorney  until  All  Saints.  By  p.s. 


July  20. 
York. 


July  15. 
York. 


July  16. 
York. 


July  21. 
York. 


July  22. 
York. 


MEMBRANE  27. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  John  de  Wysham  and  John  de  Rithre 
to  be  supervisors  of  the  array  in  the  Westrithinge,  co.  York,  and  to  lead  the 
levies  forthwith  to  the  king,  the  Scots  having  now  invaded  the  realm. 
[Pari  Writs.]  By  K. 


The  like  of  the  following : — 

Thomas  Ughtred  in  the  Estrithinge 
Nicholas  de  Grey  in  the  Northtrithinge 


CO.  York. 


[Pari  WriU.] 


Mandate  to  William  de  Beeston,  John  Tylly,  Warin  de  Shargill,  John  de 
Smytheton,  Richard  Fauvel  and  John  de  Belton  (.«V),  appointed  [p.  125]  to 
levy  one  footman  in  every  town  in  divers  wapentakes  in  the  county  of  York, 
to  execute  their  commission  at  once  under  the  instructions  of  the  above 
John  de  Wysham  and  John  do  Rither.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

Licence,  after  inquisition  ad  quod  damnum  made  by  Master  John 
Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent,  for  the  alienation  in 
mortmain  by  Henry  Spigurnel  of  a  messuage,  40  acres  of  land,  1  acre  of 
meadow,  1  acre  of  pasture,  20«.  of  rent,  and  a  rent  of  6  cartloads  of  brush- 
wood, and  a  moiety  of  an  acre  of  wood  in  Daggehale,  held  in  chief,  to  a 
chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  chapel  of  All  Saints, 
Daggehale. 

Mandate  for  one  year  to  all  bailiffs  and  ministers  to  provide  carriage  by 
land  or  water  and  safe-conduct  for  Gilbert  do  Wygeton,  king's  clerk, 
appointed  to  make  purveyances  for  the  Great  Wardrobe  and  to  send  such 
purveyances  towards  Scotland  and  elsewhere  as  the  king  shall  order,  or  for 
Richard  de  Mountpeillers,  his  clerk,  the  bearer  of  these  presents,  whenever 
called  upon  to  do  so  by  them  or  either  of  them. 

The  like  in  favour  of  the  said  Gilbert  in  conjunction  with  the  following 
persons : — 

Gilbert  de  la  Chapele,  clerk. 
Robert  de  Bukyngham,  yeoman. 
Roger  Tarente. 

Whereas  on  8  September,  5  Edward  II,  the  king  commanded  the  then 
seneschal  of  the  duchy  [of  Aquitaine]  and  the  constable  of  Bordeaux  to 
purvey  for  his  use  in  the  said  duchy  and  out  of  its  issues  1,000  tuns  of 
wine  and  to  send  it  with  all  speed  to  London,  and  afterwards  ordered 
Master  Jordan  Morant,  then  constable  of  Bordeaux,  to  expedite  the  purvey- 
ance and  despatch  thereof  so  that  it  should  be  delivered  to  the  king's 
butler  at  London  before  Christmas  in  the  year  6  Edward  II,  in  such 
manner  as  he  should  be  told  by  Stephen  de  Berecoto,  the  deputy  of  the 
butler,  and  that  he  should  receive  from  the  said  Stephen  letters  patent 
certifying  the  cost  incurred  by  him  in  the  purchase  and  carriage 
thereof,  for    which    due    allowance  would    be    made    in    his    account; 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pakt  1. 


198 


1322. 


July  31. 
Chester. 


July  20. 
York. 


Aug.  4. 
Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 


Aug.  4. 

Newcastle 

npon  Tyne. 


Aug.  5. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Aug.  8. 
Newcastle 
apon  Tyne. 


Aug.  6. 
Gosforth. 


Membrane  27 — cont, 

and  the  said  Stephen  having  shown  that,  although  he  had  been  deputed 
only  to  view  the  premises  and  the  king  was  to  discharge  any  expenses 
touching  the  purveyance;  the  mariners  who  brought  the  said  wine  to 
London,  so  freighted  by  the  said  constable,  have  continually  harassed  him 
for  the  freight  of  their  ships  by  the  arrest  of  his  goods  in  divers  places,  and 
still  continue  to  do  so,  the  king,  not  wishing  him  to  be  injured  on  that 
account,  commands  all  sheriffs  and  bailiffs  to  release  from  arrest  such 
goods  of  the  said  Stephen  which  have  been  arrested  for  the  freight,  but 
no  other,  and  to  deliver  the  same. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Robert  de  Welle,  to  William  Lengleis  for 
adhering  to  Roger  de  Clifford,  late  a  rebel ;  with  restitution  of  his  lands 
and  goods,  which  were  taken  into  the  king's  hands  on  that  account. 

By  p.s. 


The  like  to  Eudo  Russell. 


By  p.s. 


Pardon  to  the  merchants  of  the  society  of  the  Peruchi,  for  a  fine  of 
2,000  marks,  whereof  they  have  paid  1,000Z.,  and  the  king  has  released  to 
them  the  remaining  500  marks,  of  all  trespasses  committed  by  them  or  any 
one  of  them  against  the  charter  of  the  staple  of  wool ;  pardon  also  to  the 
said  merchants  of  the  20  marks  10s,  Sd,  exacted  from  them  by  summons  of 
the  Exchequer  for  not  appearing  before  the  persons  appointed  to  enquire  at 
London  touching  such  trespasses. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 
Michelham  by  John  atte  See  of  24  acres  of  land  in  Erlyngton,  by  Simon 
Lewyne  of  8  acres  of  land  in  Heylesham,  by  Nicholas  le  Longe,  of  12  acres 
of  land  there,  and  by  John  de  Dallyngeregge  of  20  acres  of  land  in 
Westhamme,  which  are  held  in  chief  and  are  worth  in  all  their  issues 
ISs,  lOil.  a  year,  as  appears  by  inquisition  made  by  Master  John  Walewayn, 
king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent  to  hold  in  part  satisfaction  of  a 
licence  to  acquire  land,  tenements  and  rents  to  the  value  of  20  marks  a 
year. 

Pardon  to  Waiter  le  Bat  of  Estboum  for  acquiring  in  fee  an  acre  of  land 
in  Estboum  from  William  le  Taverner,  who  acquired  the  same  without 
licence  from  Gilbert  le  Fraunk,  who  held  it  in  chief;  pardon  also  to 
him  for  acquiring  from  the  said  Gilbert  4  acres  of  land  in  the  same  town, 
also  held  in  chief;  with  restitution  of  the  same.  By  fine  of  ^  mark. 

The  like  to  John  Child  for  entering  upon  a  messuage  and  16  acres  of 
land  in  Munesle,  co.  Norfolk,  after  the  death  of  his  father  William  Child,  who 
had  acquired  the  same  from  John  de  Warenna,  earl  of  Surrey,  who  held 
them  in  chief ;  with  restitution  of  the  same.  By  fine  of  j  mark. 

Pardon  to  Robert  Power,  parson  of  the  church  of  Eillaban  in  Ireland,  of 
his  outlawry,  if  any,  in  the  county  of  Catherlagh,  for  not  appearing  before 
the  justices  of  the  Bench  in  Dublin,  when  impleaded  by  writ  under  the  seal 
used  in  Ireland  by  John  de  Hastyngcs,  to  render  account  for  the  time  that 
he  was  the  latter's  bailiff  in  Killaban,  as  the  said  John  has  certified  the 
king  that  the  said  Robert  has  satisfied  him  therein  and  that  he  has  released 
all  cause  of  action  against  him  on  that  account. 

Grant,  during  pleasure,  to  Stephen  de  Abyndon,  king*s  serjeant  and 
butler,  of  the  bailiwick  of  the  chief  forestership  of  the  forest  of  Essex,  to 
hold  in  the  same  manner  as  others  have  held  it.  By  p.s. 

24962  ir 


194 


OALENDAE  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

Aug.  8. 

Felton. 


Membrane  27 — cont, 

Thomas  Larcher,  prior  of  the  Hospital  of  St.  John  of  Jerusalem  in 
England,  to  whom  the  houses  and  brethren  of  that  Hospital  in  Scotland 
and  Wales  are  also  subject,  has  letters  nominating  brothers  John  de  Bynbrok 
and  Thomas  de  Crumwell  his  attorneys  until  two  years  after  18  April. 

Changed  because  it  was  sealed  at  another  time  by  tite  king's  order. 


July  28. 
Durham. 


July  21. 
York. 


Aug.  6. 
Gosforth. 

July  22. 
York. 


MEMBRANE   26. 

Inspeximus  and  confirmation  of  the  under-mentioned  grants,  viz. — 

I.  Grant  by  Joan  de  Lacy,  late  the  wife  of  Henry  de  Lacy, 
sometime  earl  of  Lincoln,  dated  at  York,  Thursday  before  St. 
Margaret  the  Virgin,  16  Edward  II,  for  the  term  of  her  life,  to  Sir 
Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  of  the  constableship  of  the  castle  of 
Chester,  the  hundred  of  Haulton,  with  the  avowries  (culvocanis) 
appertaining  to  the  said  constableship,  together  with  the  manors  of 
Congleton,  Ronkore,  Whiteleye  and  More,  co.  Chester,  with  all 
their  lands  and  other  appurtenances,  which  she  held  in  dower  by  the 
death  of  her  said  husband  ;  and  grant  also  to  the  said  Hugh  of  the 
manor  of  Grauncestre,  co.  Cambridge,  with  all  its  appurtenances  also 
held  in  dower.  Witnesses,  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke, 
John  de  Britannia,  earl  of  Richemund,  Sirs  William  de  Ros,  William 
le  Latemer  and  Henry  de  Beaumund,  barons. 

II.  Grant  by  Alice,  late  the  wife  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster, 
and  daughter  and  heir  of  Henry  de  Lascy,  sometime  earl 
of  Lincoln,  dated  at  Barlingges,  27  July,  16  Edward  H,  to  the  said 
Hugh  in  fee  simple  of  her  reversion  in  the  manors  of  Congleton, 
Wyteleye  and  Ronkore  and  the  constableship  of  Chester,  together 
with  avowries  and  all  other  appurtenances  in  the  county  of 
Chester,  held  in  dower  by  Joan,  late  the  wife  of  the  said  Henry. 
Witnesses,  John  de  Britannia,  earl  of  Richemund,  Aymer  de 
Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke,  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  Ralph 
Basset  of  Drayton,  William  de  Bello  Campo,  John  de  Barton  of 
Fry  ton,  Roger  Beler,  and  others.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Adam  Cussyng  of 
Blaktoft,  going  with  his  ship  to  the  south  of  the  realm  to  buy  victuals  and 
other  goods  to  be  brought  for  sale  to  York,  Newcastle  upon  Tyne  and  the 
northern  parts  of  the  realm,  provided  he  finds  security  in  the  Chancery  that 
he  will  not  take  the  same  to  other  places  and  will  not  communicate  with 
the  Scots  or  the  Flemings. 

The  like  for  the  following  and  their  ships,  viz. — 
William  de  Homese  of  Beverley,        Richard  Bygge. 

merchant.  Adam  Muxle  of  Wysebech. 

Richard  le  Fougheler. 

John  de  Calwode,  merchant. 

Pardon  to  Benedict  de  Egglesfeld  for  acquiring  to  him  and  his  heirs  18 
acres  of  land  in  Little  Broghton  from  John  de  Eglesfeld,  who  held  them  in 
chief  as  of  the  honor  of  Cokermuth.  Pardon  also  for  acquiring  to  him 
and  the  heirs  of  his  body  the  manor  of  Clifton  from  Adam  de  Egglesfeld, 
who  held  it  in  chief  as  of  the  said  honor,  with  remainders  in  the  said  manor 
to  Joan  de  Rybton,  sister  of  the  said  Benedict,  and  the  heirs  of  her  body, 
and  to  William  de  Egglesfeld  and  the  heirs  of  his  body,  with  reversion  to 
the  said  Adam  and  bis  right  heirs,  By  fine  of  1  mark, 


16  EDWABD  II.— Part   1. 


195 


1322. 


July  22. 
York. 


Aug.  10. 
Newcastle 
apon  Tyne. 

July  28. 
York. 


Aug.  1. 
Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 


July  29. 
Darham. 


Aug.  2. 

Newcastle 

on  Tyne. 


Aug.  8. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Aug.  4. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Mefnbrane  26 — cant. 

The  like  to  William  atte  Westyate  for  acquiring  to  himself  and  Alice  his 
wife  and  his  heirs  2  messuages,  a  virgate  of  land,  pasture  for  10  oxen,  6 
cows,  6  bullocks,  3  plough  cattle,  12  swine  and  141  sheep  in  Langeton 
Purbyk  from  John  son  of  Ingelram  le  Waleys,  who  held  them  in  chief ; 
with  restitution  of  the  same.  By  fine  of  10s. 

Protection  and  safe-conduct  until  Easter  for  Henry  le  Eyngesfissher,  one 
of  the  buyers  in  gross  (unus  grossariorum)  of  victuals  for  the  king  elected 
by  the  commonalty  of  the  city  of  Lincoln  to  buy  aud  purvey  divers  victuals 
and  to  take  them  towards  Scotland,  in  going  thither  with  the  same  for  the 
use  of  the  king  and  his  army. 

The  like  for  John  de  Moumby,  one  of  the  buyers  in  gross  elected  by  the 
commonalty  of  the  city  of  Lincoln. 

The  like  for  Thomas  de  Secheford  and  Geoffrey  de  Eetleston,  the  buyers 
in  gross  of  victuals  elected  by  the  commonalty  of  the  town  of  Lenne. 

ByK. 

The  like  for  the  following,  viz.  Robert  Rotenheryng  and  Walter  de 
Gakhowe  separately  word  for  word  together  with  this  clause,  viz.,  the  king 
wills  that  the  said  Robert  buy  and  purvey  corn,  fish  and  other  victuals  for 
the  king*s  use  in  every  market  town  so  freely  that  no  other  person  may  in 
the  meantime  claim  for  the  victuals  so  to  be  bought  and  purveyed  or  receive 
from  the  said  Robert  any  extra  profit  {mperluenimy  partem  vel  avantagium) 
customary  amongst  merchants,  whereby  the  purveyance  of  the  said  victuals 
may  be  hindered  or  delayed. 

Duplicated  for  each  of  tliem. 

Mandate  to  Thomas  de  Burgh,  king*s  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent, 
to  restore  the  temporalities  of  the  abbey  of  Whiteby  to  Thomas  de  Haukes- 
garth,  a  monk  of  that  house,  elected  to  be  abbot  thereof,  W.  archbishop  of 
York  having  confirmed  his  election.  By  p.s. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  abbey.  By  p.s. 

Licence  for  the  prior  and  convent  of  Dunstaple  to  acquire  in  mortmain 
lands  and  rents  to  the  value  of  \0L  a  year.  By  p.s. 

Vctcated  and  surrendered  because  King  Richard  II  on  7  February  in  his  10th 
year  granted  to  them,  divers  lands  and  tenements  in  Dunstaple  in  full  satisfaction 
of  tJie  above  amount ;  and  therefore  these  letters  were  cancelled  and  destroyed. 

Grant  to  William  Chaillou  (Chailhou),  king's  clerk,  of  the  free  chapel 
within  the  castle  of  Shrewsbury,  which  is  void  and  in  the  king*s  gift. 

By  p.s. 
Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  sheriff  of  Salop  to  induct  him  therein. 

Grant  to  Sir  Gailardus  de  Mota,  cardinal  deacon  of  St.  Lucy  in  Silice, 
of  the  prebend  of  Stoke  by  Newerk  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln,  in 
the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  temporalities  of  the  bishopric  of  Lincoln 
being  in  his  hands.  By  K. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln,  or  his  vicar  general 
whilst  he  is  abroad.  By  E. 

Grant  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Winchester,  in  extension  of  the 
grant  made  to  him  of  the  castle  of  Dynebegh,  of  all  the  goods  therein  and 
in  the  manors  belonging  thereto,  together  with  the  issues  thereof  received 
from  the  time  of  its  caption  into  the  king's  hands,  and  with  all  the  com 
growing  in  the  lands  belonging  to  the  said  castle  and  manors.  By  p.s. 


196 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Aug.  7. 

Felton. 


Aug.  8. 
Newminster. 


Aug.  8. 
Felton. 


Aug.  8. 
Felton. 

Aug.  7. 
Newminster. 


July  20. 
York. 


Aug.  8. 
Felton. 


Aug.  9. 
Alnvriok. 


Membrane  26 — cont. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  Walter  de  Burnoestre,  late  receiver  of  the  issues 
of  the  castle  and  honor  of  Dynebegh. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Thomas  de  Pype  to  the  custody  of  the 
chace  of  Ponysned  and  the  parks  of  Duddeleie,  Weleigh  and  Honesworth, 
late  of  John  de  Somery,  deceased,  tenant  in  chief,  which  are  in  the  king's 
hands.  By  p.s. 

Grant  during  pleasure  to  Margaret,  late  the  wife  of  John  de  Penreth,  in 
compassion  of  the  estate  of  herself  and  her  children,  of  the  manor  of 
Boulton  in  AUerdale,  co.  Cumberland,  late  of  Roger  de  Moubray,  an  enemy, 
of  Scotland,  and  which  for  his  rebellion  came  into  the  king's  hands  as  an 
escheat.  By  p.s. 

Safe-conduct  for  one  year  for  Bettus  Short,  Puchus  de  Oculis,  and  Peter 
de  la  Barbe,  merchants  of  Pisa,  coming  with  a  ship  called  a  Dromound, 
freighted  with  merchandise  into  the  realm  to  trade. 

Protection  for  one  year  for  Robert  de  Watervill,  going  beyond  the  seas. 

Grant  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  of  Roger  Cheyny,  knight,  a  rebel, 
and  also  of  all  his  lands  and  goods,  which  had  been  taKen  into  the  king's 
hands.  By  p.s. 

MEMBRANE    25. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 
St.  Mary's,  York,  by  Master  William  de  Brampton,  clerk,  of  2  messuages 
and  60  acres  of  land  in  Mitton,  by  John  Rabot  of  2  messuages  and  11  acres 
of  land  and  Ss,  6d,  of  rent  in  Benyngburgh,  Harton  and  Bouthum,  by 
Cicely  daughter  of  William  de  Shupton  of  2  acres  of  land  in  Shupton, 
by  Roger  de  Sutton,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Middelton,  of  a  messuage,  a 
bovate  and  14}  acres  of  land  in  Ethelingthorp,  and  by  Richard  de  Stayn- 
boum, '  serjaunt '  of  Hornse,  of  a  messuage  and  4  acres  of  land  in  Southorp 
by  Hornse,  all  which  are  of  the  fee  of  the  said  abbot  and  convent  and  are 
worth  in  all  their  issues  86s.  Sid.  a  year,  as  appears  by  inquisition  made  by 
Thomas  de  Burgo,  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  to  hold  in 
part  satisfaction  of  the  licence  granted  to  them  by  Edward  I  in  his 
Parliament  at  Lincoln  upon  their  petition  exhibited  before  him  and  the 
Coimcil,  to  acquire  land  and  rent  to  the  value  of  2001.  a  year ;  which 
licence  the  king  confirmed  to  them  12  March,  2  Edward  II,  and  further 
granted  them  licence,  they  having  acquired  lands  and  tenements  to  the 
value  of  lil.  ds.  2d.  of  land  up  to  that  date,  to  acquire  land  to  the  full 
value  of  their  original  licence. 

Notification  that  Thomas,  late  earl  of  Lancaster,  was  beheaded  by 
judgement  of  the  court  at  the  town  of  Pontefract,  on  Monday  before  the 
Annujiciation,  15  Edward  U,  because  of  divers  seditions  and  felonies  against 
the  king,  and  that  the  advowson  of  the  church  of  Bradeford  in  the  diocese 
of  York  came  into  the  king's  hands  by  the  forfeiture  of  the  said  Thomas 
as  of  the  right  of  Alice,  then  his  wife,  daughter  and  heir  of  Henry  de  Lacy, 
sometime  earl  of  Lincoln,  and  is  now  the  king's  right  by  release  and  quit 
claim  made  to  him  by  the  said  Alice  of  the  same  amongst  other  lands. 
[Fadera.] 

Pardon  to  Roger  de  Sutton  and  John  de  Ware  for  acquiring  to  themselves 
and  the  heirs  of  the  said  John  22  acres  of  land  in  Heydon,  co.  Essex,  from 
John  Pykot  who  held  them  in  chief ;  with  restitution  of  the  same. 

By  fine  of  J  mark. 


16  EDWARD   II.— Part   1. 


197 


1322. 

Aug.  15. 
Alnwick. 


Aug.  22. 
Melrose. 


Aug.  18. 
Alnwick. 


Aug.  15. 
Alnwick. 


Aug.  9* 
Felton. 

Aug.  8. 
Felton. 


Aug.  26. 
Melrose. 


Membrane  25 — emit. 

Mandate  to  Roger  Corbet  of  Tassele,  keeper  of  the  castle  of  Helegh  and 
of  the  manors  of  Endon,  Horton,  Bectele  and  Tunstal,  co.  Stafford,  Newe- 
hall,  Smalwode,  Wysmauban,  Checkeleye  and  Wyrswall,  co.  Chester,  and 
Egemundune  and  Neuport,  co.  Salop,  to  deliver  without  further  delay  the 
same,  together  with  the  corn  and  hay  as  set  forth  in  the  under-mentioned 
mandate,  and  also  with  their  issues  received  since  21  July  last  past  of  the 
lands  of  Joan,  late  the  wife  of  Henry  de  Lacy,  late  earl  of  Lincoln.  The 
king  having  lately  commanded  the  castles,  lands  and  tenements  in  the  said 
counties  of  the  said  Joan  to  be  taken  into  his  hand  and  having  committed 
them  during  pleasure  to  the  custody  of  the  said  Roger,  afterwards  on 
21  July  last  past  commanded  him  to  deliver  to  her  her  castles,  lands 
and  tenements  of  the  inheritance  of  Nicholas  Daudele  in  those  counties, 
being  in  his  custody,  together  with  the  corn  growing  in  those  lands  and  the 
hay  of  the  present  year,  saving  to  the  king  the  goods  and  chattels  then 
in  the  said  castle  and  lands,  which  mandate  the  said  Roger  did  not 
execute,  whereat  the  king  is  much  astonished. 

Writ  of  aid,  directed  to  the  sherifif  of  Worcester,  for  William  de  Everdon 
and  Nicholas  de  Aston,  king's  clerks,  appointed  to  make  a  survey  by  inden- 
tures of  the  goods  and  jewels  late  of  Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere,  a  rebel, 
some  of  which  the  king  has  been  informed  are  in  the  treasury  of  the 
priory  of  St.  Mary's  Worcester,  and  some  in  the  custody  of  the  bishop  of 
Worcester. 

Mandate  to  Thomas  de  Burgh,  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent, 
to  restore  the  temporalities  of  the  priory  of  Pontefract,  a  cell  of  La  Charity, 
to  Stephen  de  Cherobles,  whom  Peter,  prior  of  La  Charity,  preferred  to  be 
prior  thereof  and  has  presented  to  the  king,  who  has  accepted  fealty  from 
the  said  Stephen. 

Writ  de  interulendo  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  house. 

Mandate  to  Thomas  Deyvill,  keeper  of  the  castle  and  honor  of  Pontefract 
not  to  intermeddle  with  the  priory.  Fa  iste  erant  clause. 

Licence  for  Philip  de  Kyme  to  enfeoff  William  de  Eyme  of  his  manor 
of  Burwell,  co.  Lincoln,  which  is  held  in  chief,  to  hold  o  him  and  his  heirs. 

By  fine  of  lOOs. 

Appointment  of  Thomas  Bardolf  and  John  de  Thorp  to  keep  the  sea- 
coast  of  the  county  of  Norfolk  against  the  Flemings  and  others,  who  may 
attempt  to  invade  the  realm  while  the  king  is  in  Scotland.     [Pari,  TFn'ta.] 

ByC. 

The  like  of  Edmund  de  Hemgrave  and  Thomas  de  Bavent  for  Suffolk 
[Pari.  Wnts,] 

Pardon  to  John  Strug,  a  rebel,  in  consideration  of  a  fine  of  40  marks. 

By  p.s. 

Grant  to  Robert  de  Holden,  keeper  of  the  lands  late  of  John  de  Somery, 
deceased,  of  2s.  a  day  for  his  wages  out  of  the  issues  thereof  so  long  as  he  is 
keeper.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  Robert  de  Michedevre,  keeper  of  the  lands,  &c.  as  above,  of 
\M,  a  day  for  his  wages.  By  p.s. 

Grant  at  the  instance  of  Gilbert,  abbot  of  Bee  Hellouin  commorant  beyond 
the  seas,  that  brother  Richard  de  Beusevalle  be  admitted  attorney  and 
proctor-general  of  the  said  abbot  and  the  convent  thereof  in  England  for 
three  years. 


I9d 


CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Aug.  11. 
Bolton. 


Aug.  20. 
Melrose. 


Aug.  25. 
Melrose. 


Aug.  26. 

Musselburgh 

[Muttleburgh), 


Membrane  25 — cont. 

Licence  for  Geoffrey  Burdeleys  to  grant  to  Simon  son  of  Greoffrey 
Burdeleys  for  life  his  manor  of  Maddyngle,  co.  Cambridge,  held  in  chief  as 
of  the  fee  of  Pecche,  which  is  in  the  king's  hands.  By  fine  of  40s. 

Simple  protection  without  clause,  for  one  year,  for  Richard  de  Seintliz* 
staying  on  the  king's  service  in  the  castle  of  Notyngham  for  its  munition. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned  persons  staying  on  the  king's  service  in 
the  same  castle,  viz. — 
Oliver  Waleys. 
Roger  de  Somervill. 
Roger  de  Sancto  Andrea.  ^ 

Grant  to  John  Junctin  and  Bonseignor  Jacobi,  king's  merchants,  mer- 
chants of  the  society  of  the  Peruchi  of  Florence,  in  satisfaction  of  1,000 
marks  paid  by  them  as  a  loan  into  the  treasury  into  the  hands  of  the 
treasurer  and  chamberlains,  of  the  like  sum  to  be  received  out  of  the  subsidy 
granted  to  the  king  for  a  fixed  time  by  native  and  foreign  merchants  on 
wool,  hides  and  wool-fells  exported  from  the  realm,  to  wit,  by  the  hands  of 
the  collectors  thereof  in  the  port  of  the  town  of  Eyngeston  upon  Hull, 
500  marks,  and  in  the  port  of  the  town  of  Southampton,  500  marks. 

By  bill  of  W.  bishop  of  Exeter,  the  treasurer. 

Confirmation  of  an  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Robert  de  Cantokesheved 
to  Walter  de  Stapelton,  bishop  of  Exeter,  and  his  successors,  of  a  messuage,  2 
carucates  of  land,  40  acres  of  meadow,  40  acres  of  wood,  and  Is,  M,  of  rent 
in  Poukehegh ;  also  of  a  like  alienation  by  John  de  la  Watere  of  Oteriton, 
rector  of  the  church  of  Pontyngton,  of  a  messuage,  42  acres  of  land,  8  acres 
of  moor,  5  acres  of  meadow,  and  2  cottages  in  Boucheseye  and  Eheressute. 

Grant  to  William  de  Clif,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of  Empyngham 
in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the 
temporalities  of  the  bishopric  of  Lincoln  being  in  his  hands.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln. 


Aug.  21. 
York. 


Aug.  8. 

Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 


MEMBRANE    24. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  All  Saints  for  Robert  de  Monte 

Alto,  going  with  the  king  to  Scotland.  By  E. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  on  the  king's  service  with  the  said 
Robert : — 

Nicholas  de  Gunevill.  Nicholas  de  Eton. 

Roger  de  Bilneye.  John  de  Ingaldesthorp. 

Richard  de  la  Rokele.  Geoffrey  Fouun. 

Thomas  Pecche.  Hugh  de  Cheswardyn. 

Roger  de  Holm.  William  de  la  Rokele. 

Thomas  de  Berdeswell.  John  de  Bekeswell. 

William  de  Baggele.  John  Giney. 


The  like  for  Richard  de  Grey,  going  with  the  king  as  above. 


ByK, 


The  like  for  the  following  going  on  the  king's  service  with  the  said 
Richard : — 

Edmund  de  Crescy.  Hugh  de  Shirfeld. 

John  de  Shirfeld.  John  de  Seint  Manye. 

Protection  as  above  for  Robert  de  Swyneboum  going  with  John  de 
Sancto  Johanne  on  the  king's  service.  By  p.s. 


16   EDWARD  II.— Part   1.  199 


1  009  Membrane  24 — conU 

The  like  for  the  following  going  on  the  king's  service  with  the  said 
John: — 

Denis  Aleyn.  Geoffrey  de  Uppesale. 

The  like  for  Richard  Damory,  steward  of  the  Household,  going  with  the 
king.  By  p.s. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  steward : — 
Robert  de  Ardem.  Maurice  de  Bampton. 

Peter  de  la  Mare.  John  de  Palton. 

Thomas  de  Bella  Fago.  John  de  Theneford. 

William  de  Sancto  Johanne.  Simon  de  Wappenham. 

The  like  for  Oliver  de  Ingham  going  with  the  king. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  Oliver  : — 
Laurence  de  Lodelowe.  Roger  Corbet. 

Thomas  de  Halughton.  Thomas  Tuchet. 

The  like  for  Robert  Lewer  going  with  the  king. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  Robert,  viz. — 
John  Pyrie.  John  Venuz. 

Robert  Cole.  Robert  de  Harleye. 

John  Wyard.  Edmund  de  Banewell. 

The  like  for  Nicholas  de  Kyngeston  going  with  the  king. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  Nicholas,  viz. — 
John  de  Hamham.  W^illiam  Oillyng. 

William  Quyntyn. 

The  like  for  Master  Robert  de  Baldok,  archdeacon  of  Middlesex,  going 
with  the  king. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  archdeacon,  viz. — 
Richard  Blundel. 

The  like  for  Robert  de  Morby,  going  with  the  king. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  Robert,  viz. — 
Roland  de  Hastynges.  Robert  le  Botyller. 

Henry  de  Pysy.  William  de  Belle. 

John  de  Ruyton,  clerk. 

Aug.  4.  The  like  for  Thomas  Hastang  going  with  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  on 

Newcastle      the  king's  service.  By  testimony  of  the  earl. 


on  Tyne. 


The  like  for  Robert  Ic  fuitz  Payn,  going  with  the  said  earl. 

By  testimony  of  the  earl. 

The  like  for  the  following,  going  with  the  said  earl,  viz. — 

Ralph  de  Bulmere.  Thomas  Latymer,  <  bocher.' 

John  Revel.  Robert  de  Daventre. 

John  Bygot.  Robert  de  Hale. 

Ralph  de  Craystok.  William  de  Hoo. 

Philip  de  Nevill.  John  de  Bures. 

John  de  Faucumberge.  Edmund  Bacon. 

Robert  de  Hilton.  Roger  Loryng. 

William  Gilmyn.  Philip  de  Daventre. 
William  Latymer. 


ioo 


CALENDAR  OF  LATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

Sept.  4. 
Melrose. 


Sept.  18. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Sept.  22. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 


Sept.  27. 
Durham. 

Oct.  2. 

Barnard 
Castle. 

Sept.  28. 
Durham. 


Oct.  6. 
Foroett. 


Sept.  20. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Membrane  24 — cont. 
The  like  for  Thomas  Lercedekne,  going  on  the  king's  service. 


ByK. 


The  like  for  Matthew  de  Trenewith,  going  with  the  said  Thomas  on  the 
king's  service.  By  testimony  of  the  said  Thomas. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  the  said  Thomas,  viz. — 
John  Cheyndut. 
Wynan  Tyrel.  By  testimony  of  the  said  Thomas. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  Easter  for  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl 
of  Carlisle,  staying  in  the  Marches  of  Scotland  on  the  king's  service. 

ByK. 

The  like  for  the  following  staying  with  the  said  earl,  viz. — 
Michael  de  Haveryngton.  Robert  de  la  Vale. 

Patrick  de  Curewenn.  Richard  de  Hudeleston. 

Ranulph  de  Dacre.  Anthony  de  Lucy. 

The  like  for  Roger  Mauduyt,  staying  by  the  king's  command  in  the  said 
Marches.  By  E. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned,  viz. — 
John  de  Lilleburn. 

The  like  for  Nicholas  de  la  Beche,  staying  with  the  king  in  the  Marches 
of  Scotland. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned  staying  on   the  king's  service  as 
above,  viz.— 

Geofl&rey  de  Comubia. 
Roger  de  Flete. 
John  de  Haustede. 


Robert  de  Ogle. 
John  de  Benteleye. 

Edmund  de  Crawecestre. 


ByK. 


The  like  for  Richard  Damory,  steward  of  the  Household,  staying  on  the 
king's  service  in  the  Marches  of  Scotland.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  following,  staying  with  the  steward,  viz : — 
Robert  de  Ardern. 
Maurice  de  Furses  of  Bampton. 

The  like  for  Thomas  Lercedekne,  staying  with  the  king  in  Scotland. 

The  like  for  the  following  staying  in  the  company  of  the  said  Thomas, 
viz. : — 

John  de  Cheyndut. 
Wynan  Tyrel. 
Michael  Trenewyth. 

The  like  for  John  Sturmy  staying  on  the  king's  service  as  above.    » 

By  testimony  of  the  Steward. 

The  like  for  Ralph  de  Nevill  staying  on  the  king's  service  in  the  Marches 
of  Scotland.  By  E. 

The  like  for  Roger  de  Grymmeston. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  1. 


201 


1322. 


Sept.  14. 
Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 

Sept.  18. 
Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 


Aug.  8. 
Felton. 


Sept.  20. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 

Aug.  9. 
Alnwiok. 


Aug.  8. 
Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 


Metnhrane   24 — cont. 

The  like  for  Anketin  Salveyn  staying  in  the  company  of  Henry  de  Percy 
on  the  munition  of  the  castle  of  Alnewyk  in  the  Marches  of  Scotland. 

ByK. 

The  like  for  the  following,  staying  in  the  said  castle,  viz.  : — 
Robert  son  of  John  de  Swynbum. 
Robert  de  Swynbum. 

The  like  for  Roger  de  Horsle  staving  in  the  castle  of  Baumburgh. 

ByK. 

The  like  for  the  following  staying  with  the  said  Roger  in  the  same 
castle,  viz. — 

Thomas  son  of  Hugh  de  Garton. 
Thomas  de  Ardem  of  Garton. 

The  like  for  Geoffrey  de  Edenham,  staying  on  the  munition  of  the  castle 
of  Dunstanburgh.  By  E. 

Pardon,  at  the  instance  of  Andrew  de  Harcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  to  Hugh 
de  Louthre,  knight,  an  adherent  of  Roger  de  Clifford,  a  rebel ;  with 
restitution  of  his  lands  and  goods.  By  p.s. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Roger  de  Bylneye  of  land 
to  the  value  of  10^.  a  year  in  Haverynglond,  Felthorp,  Altilbrig,  and 
Brandeston,  co.  Norfolk,  to  two  chaplains  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily 
in  the  church  of  St.  Peter,  Haverynglond,  for  the  souls  of  all  the  faithfiU 
departed.  By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Roger  de  Acton,  king's  serjeant,  whom  the  king  is  sending 
to  Norfolk  to  make  purveyances  of  fish  for  the  Household  against  Lent. 

By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  the  abbot  of  Alba  Laiida. 


Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 
Penteneye  by  John  de  Thorpe  and  Alice  his  wife  of  the  manor  of 
Ayleswisthorp  and  of  a  messuage,  100  acres  of  land  and  4  acres  of  pasture 
in  Ayleswisthorp,  Geyton,  Walton,  Wykes  and  Bekeswell,  and  by  William 
de  Marham  and  John  Stonyng  of  Penteneye,  chaplains,  of  28  acres  of  land 
in  Tylneye,  which  are  worth  in  all  their  issues  58<.  4(f.  a  year,  as  appears 
by  inquisition  made  by  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator 
beyond  Trent,  to  hold  in  part  satisfaction  of  a  licence  to  acquire  lands 
and  rents  to  the  value  of  100s.  a  year.  Further  licence,  at  the 
request  of  John,  bishop  of  Norwich,  the  chancellor,  for  the  said  John  de 
Thorp  and  Alice  to  assign  to  them  the  advowson  of  a  moiety  of  the  church 
of  the  town  of  Ayleswisthorp.  By  K. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  and  of  Robert 
de  Welle,  to  John  de  Stirkeland,  knight,  an  adherent  of  Roger  de  Clifford, 
a  rebel ;  with  restitution  of  his  lands  and  goods,  which  are  in  the  king's 
hands.  By  p.s. 


Aug.  12.  Grant  for  life  to  Robert  de  Clif *  of  the  custody  of  the  hospital  of  the 

Alnwiok.  Holy  Linocents  without  Lincoln. 

Sept.  28.  Protection  with  clause  nolumm  for  one  year  for  Master  Henry  de  Clif  at 

Newcastle  Wlwissh  and  Beghenham. 
upon  Tyne. 


202 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

Sept.  20. 

Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 


Aug.  12. 
Alnwick. 


Membrane  24- 
The  like  for  Peter  Descorce. 


wnt. 


Aug.  11. 
Dal  ton. 


Sept.  1. 
Fenham. 


Sept.  1. 

Fenham. 


Aug.  2. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 

Sept.  2. 

Fenham. 


Sept.  11. 
Bolton. 


Sept.  24. 

Newcastle 

npon  Tyne. 


MEMBRANE    23. 

Inspeximus  and  confirmation  to  the  canons  of  Llanthony  Prima  of  the 
following : — 

I.  Grant  by  Walter  de  Lacy,  late  lord  of  Meath.      [Monasticon^  Vol. 
VI,  p.  188.] 

II.  Grants  by  Walter  de  Lacy,  son  of  Hugh  de  Lacy.     [MonasticoTif 
Vol  VI,  p.  138.] 

in.     Grant  by  John  son  of  Reginald.       [Monasticon,  Vol,  VI,  p,  189 
to  liiie  81,  *  rationabiliter  testantur.'^  By  fine  of  5  marks. 

Presentation  of  John  de  Sanoto  Ivone  to  the  church  of  Helagh  in  the 
diocese  of  York,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  of  Richard  Waleys 
being  in  his  hands.  By  p.s. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 
Battle,  by  Robert  Alard  of  a  messuage  and  100  acres  of  land  in  Biastenovere 
in  Pevense,  co.  Sussex,  which  are  worth  in  all  their  issues  50s.  a  year,  as 
appears  by  inquisition  made  by  the  sheriff  of  the  said  county,  to  hold  in  part 
satisfaction  of  a  licence  to  acquire  lands,  tenements  and  rents  to  the  value 
of  40^.  a  year. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  until  Easter  for  Agnes  de  Sutton  of 
Bouthum. 

The  like  for  the  following : — 
The  master  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Leonard  without  Newark. 
Gilbert  de  Ebor[aco],  clerk. 
Richard  Enyght  of  Heche. 
Geoffrey  de  Heueknoll. 
Thomas  Met  of  Holbeche. 
The  abbot  of  Alba  Landa, 

Elias  de  Stapelton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Swaveton. 
Robert  de  Neuby,  parson  of  the  church  of  Merston. 
Thomas  de  Rokke. 
Richard  de  Overton. 

Grant  to  Roger  de  Lysewy,  king's  clerk,  of  the  free  chapel  within  the 
castle  of  Cliderhou.  By  p.s. 

Safe-conduct  for  one  year  for  the  canons  whom  the  abbot  of  Osneye, 
the  sub-collector  of  the  5  (sic)  out  of  each  mark  on  benefices  in  certain  parts 
of  the  bishopric  of  Lincoln  granted  to  the  king,  is  sending  with  the  said 
money  to  the  king. 

Pardon  to  John  de  Cherleton,  knight,  a  rebel ;  with  restitution  to  him  of 
his  castles,  lands  and  goods.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  Robert  de  Sapy  to  deliver  to  him  his  said  castles 
and  lands  with  the  victuals,  armour  and  other  goods  therein. 

The  like  to  Roger  Carles,  keeper  of  certain  lands  in  the  county  of  Salop 
which  are  in  the  king's  hands,  to  deliver  to  the  said  John  such  of  his  lands 
and  goods  as  are  in  his  custody. 

The  abbot  of  St.  Nicholas,  Angers,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters 
nominating  Thomas  Boydyn  and  Giles  de  Kyrkeby  his  attorneys  for  three 
years. 


16  EDWARD  IL-Part  1. 


iod 


1322. 
Sept.  11. 

Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 

Sept.  16. 

Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 

Sept.   17. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne, 

Sept.  12. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 

July  10. 
York. 


Sept.  6. 
Fenham. 


Sept.   19. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 

Ang.  8. 
Felton. 


Sept.  17. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Sept.  20. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 

Sept.  20. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Sept.  12. 

Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 

Sept.  21. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Membrane  28 — cont. 

Pardon  to  Simon  de  Hadyngton  for  the  death  of  Richard  de  Eynsedeleye 
and  of  any  consequent  outlawry.  By  p.s. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  Simon  de  Drayton, 
going  beyond  the  seas.  By  K. 

Grant  during  pleasure  to  John  de  Gymmynges,  king's  yeoman,  of  the 
bailiwick  of  the  chace  of  Cranebourn,  co.  Dorset ;  with  the  usual  fee. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

General  pardon  to  Thomas  Child  of  Chelegrave,  and  of  any  consequent 
outlawry.  By  p.s. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  and  of  Master 
Robert  de  Baldok,  archdeacon  of  Middlesex,  to  Odard  Heron,  knight,  for 
his  adherence  to  Thomas,  late  earl  of  Lancaster,  and  other  rebels  ;  with 
restitution  of  his  lands  and  goods.  By  p.s. 

Grant  to  Master  Bertrand  Ferrant,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of 
Maurepas  in  the  free  chapel  of  Hastyngges.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  dean  and  chapter. 

Notification,  on  behalf  of  Richard  de  Burgo,  earl  of  Ulster,  that  he  has 
borne  himself  well  towards  Edward  I  and  the  king. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Grant  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Winchester,  in  extension  of  a  grant 
to  him  of  the  castle  of  Dynbegh,  of  all  goods  therein  and  of  the  com  in 
the  lands  belonging  thereto.  By  p.s. 

Licence  for  Ralph  de  Monte  Hermerii  and  Isabella  his  wife,  sometime 
the  wife  of  John  de  Hastynges,  to  acquire  lands  and  rents  held  in  chief  to 
the  value  of  200^  a  year  to  hold  for  their  lives  with  remainder  to  Hugh  de 
Hastynges  and  Thomas  his  brother,  sons  of  the  said  John  and  Isabella, 
jointly  or  severally  according  to  the  disposition  of  the  said  Ralph  and 
Isabella,  or  to  either  of  them,  in  fee  simple,  fee  tail,  or  otherwise.      By  E. 

Protection  with  clause  rolumus^  until  All  Saints,  for  Peter  Barde,  going 
with  a  ship  on  the  king's  service  to  Scotland. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Signification  to  R.  bishop  of  Salisbury  of  the  revocation  of  the  collation 
of  Master  John  de  Stratford,  king's  clerk,  to  the  prebend  of  Chermynystre 
and  Bere  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Salisbury,  made  by  the  king  in  the 
belief  of  the  death  of  George  de  Saluciis,  king's  kinsman,  the  prebendary 
thereof,  who  is  still  alive.  By  E. 

Licence  for  Joan,  late  the  wife  of  Philip  Eveningham,  tenant  in  chief,  to 
marry  whom  she  will  of  the  king's  allegiance.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  L.  bishop  of  Durham  and  his  officials  and  ministers  not  to 
molest  Geoffrey  de  Edenham,  king's  clerk,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Wodhom, 
by  reason  of  his  non-residence  or  the  oath  of  residence  which  he  took,  as 
service  to  the  king  was  understood  to  be  excepted,  the  king  having  detained 
him  on  his  service,  and  as  moreover  he  is  afraid  to  reside  there  by  reason  of 
hostile  attacks. 


204 


CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 

Sept.  18. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Membrane  24— c(wt. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Robert  Ingram. 

The  like  for  the  following  : — 

The  abbess  of  St.  Mary*s,  Winchester. 

Master  Henry  de  Clif. 

William  de  Ltnynghami  parson  of  the  church  of  Stuecle. 


Sept.  10. 

Fenham. 


Sept.  5. 
Fenham. 


Sept.  18. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 

Aug.  6. 
Felton. 


Sept.  14. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 

Sept.  11. 

Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 

Sept.  19. 

Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 

Sept.  18. 

Newcastle 

upon  l^e. 


Sept.  10. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 

Sept.  22. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


MEMBRANE   22. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 
Dunstaple  by  Master  Richard  Inge,  chaplain,  of  his  manor  of  Cadyngdon 
and  Kenesworth,  which  is  worth  in  all  its  issues  il,  6s.  5d.  as  appears 
by  inquisition  made  by  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator 
beyond  Trent,  to  hold  in  part  satisfaction  of  a  Uoence  granted  to  them  to 
acquire  land  and  rent  to  the  value  of  102.  a  year. 

Vacated  because  surrendered  and  cancelled. 

Exemption  for  life  to  Robert  son  of  Nigel  from  being  put  on  assises, 
juries  or  recognitions ;  and  from  being  made  mayor,  sheriff  or  other  bailiff 
or  minister  of  the  king  against  his  will.  By  p.s. 

Presentation  of  Richard  de  Mountpeliers  to  the  church  of  Hintlisham 
in  the  diocese  of  Norwich.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Isabella,  late  the  wife  of  John  de  Yescy,  who  holds  for  life 
the  castle  of  Hode  and  the  manor  of  Kilburn,  of  the  inheritance  of 
Thomas,  late  earl  of  Lancaster,  the  reversion  whereof,  by  reason  of  the 
forfeiture  of  the  said  Thomas,  belongs  to  the  king,  to  make  her  recognition, 
of  whatever  right  she  claims  therein  together  with  her  fealty  due  for  the 
same  before  Walter  de  Friskeneye,  Robert  de  Malberthorp  and  Gilbert  de 
Toutheby,  whom  the  king  has  appointed  to  receive  the  same.  By  E. 

Pardon  to  John  de  Denom  son  of  Adam  de  Denom,  for  his  adherence  to 
Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  a  rebel;  with  restitution  of  his  lands  and  goods. 
General  pardon  also  to  him.  By  p.8. 

Pardon  to  John  de  Nevill  for  the  death  of  Richard  Marmeduke  and  of 
any  consequent  outlawry.  By  p.s. 

The  like,  at  the  request  of  Robert  de  Welle,  to  Henry  Grym  for  the 
death  of  William  de  Foulden.  By  p.s. 

Prolongation  for  a  further  period  of  two  years  of  the  truce  to  be  observed 
by  the  merchants,  mariners  and  subjects  of  the  king  and  those  of  the  Duke  of 
Brittany  which  commenced  24  Nov.  1820,  and  expired  last  All  Saints  and 
was  then  prolonged  for  one  year.      [Cf,  Foedera,]     French. 

Pardon  to  Thomas  Mauclerk  for  the  death  of  Roger  Reed  and  all  other 
felonies  ;  and  also  of  any  consequent  outlawries.  By  p.s. 

Safe  conduct  for  one  year,  directed  to  all  baili&  and  lieges  in  Ireland,  for 
the  servants  whom  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  is  sending  with 
ships  to  Ireland  to  buy  corn  and  other  necessaries  for  conveyance  into  the 
realm.  By  K. 

The  like,  directed  to  all  friends  and  lieges,  for  the  men  whom  the  said 
Andrew  is  sending  beyond  the  seas  with  ships  to  buy  com  and  victuals  and 
to  bring  the  same  into  the  realm.  By  E. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  1. 


205 


1322. 


Sept.  15. 
Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 


Sept.  28. 
Durham. 


Sept.  16. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tjne. 

Sept.  24. 
Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 


Sept.  20. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Sept.  21. 

Newcastle 

npon  Tyne. 

Sept.  27. 
Durham. 

Oct.  8. 
Yarm. 


Membrane  22 — cont. 

Writ  of  aid,  directed  to  the  mayor,  bailiffs,  good  men  and  others  of  the 
town  of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne,  for  Richard  de  Emeldon,  burgess  thereofi 
appointed  to  be  chief  warden  of  the  said  town.     [Pari,  Wriu.] 

Writ  of  aid  during  pleasure  for  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl  of  Carlisle, 
appointed  chief  warden  of  the  counties  of  Cumberland  and  Westmoreland 
and  the  ^larches  adjoining  and  head  arrayer  and  conductor  of  the  men  at 
arms  and  the  foot  thereof.     [Fadera:  Pari,  Writs,]  By  p.e. 

The  like  for  David,  earl  of  Athol,  appointed  as  above  in  Northumberland 
and  the  Marches  thereof.  By  E. 

Writ  of  aid  for  him,  directed  to  Henry  de  Percy,  who  with  his  entire 
posas  is  to  do  as  the  earl  commands,  keeping  however  sufficient  ward  in  tiis 
castle  of  Alnewyk.     [Fctdera :  Pari,  Writs^  By  K, 

The  like  mandates  for  the  earl  directed  to  the  following : — 
Ralph  de  Nevill,  constable  of  the  castle  of  Werkworth. 
Roger  de  Horsle,  constable  of  the  castle  of  Baumburgh. 
John  de  Lilleboum  and  Roger  Mauduyt,  constables  of  the  castle  of 

Dunstanburgh. 
The  constable  of  the  castle  of  Prudhou. 

Richard  de  Emeldon,  chief  warden  of  the  town  of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne* 
[Fitdera:  Pari,  Writs.] 

Mandate  to  John  de  Bermyngham,  earl  of  Loueth,  justiciary  of  Ireland, 
to  co-operate  with  the  earl  of  Athol  by  the  help  of  men  from  Ireland,  and 
of  all  other  forces  at  his  disposal.      [Fiedera :  Pari,  Writs,] 

Exemption  for  life  to  Robert  de  Ardern  from  being  put  on  assises,  juries 
or  recognitions ;  and  from  being  made  sheriff,  coroner,  forester,  verderer, 
or  other  bailiff  against  his  will.  By  E. 

Writ  of  aid  until  All  Saints  for  John  de  Reding,  Gilbert  de  Heddesore 
and  Richard  Fristling,  king's  Serjeants,  charged  by  the  steward  of  the 
Household  and  the  keeper  of  the  Wardrobe  to  find  lodging  for  the  cart- 
horses and  sumpters  of  the  Household,  and  to  make  purveyance  of  hay  and 
oats  for  them.  By  bill  of  the  Wardrobe. 

The  like  for  Henry  son  of  Thomas  son  of  John  de  Sancto  Botulpho,  who 
lately  came  on  the  king's  service  in  a  ship  of  the  king's  called  la  Oodiere 
to  Newcastle-upon-Tyne,  going  to  divers  parts  of  the  realm  to  buy  com 
and  other  victuals  for  conveyance  to  Newcastle  upon  Tyne  and  other 
northern  parts  of  the  realm.  By  E. 

Protection  until  Martinmas,  for  Matthew  de  Clyvedon,  late  a  contrariant, 
coming  to  the  king,  under  a  safe-conduct,  to  make  his  ransom  for  his  life 
and  lands.  By  E. 

Protection  with  clause  volunius  for  Thomas  de  Eirkeby  of  Carlisle. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  Midsummer  for  Master  Robert  de 
Cantuaria,  going  to  the  court  of  Rome,  on  the  king's  service.  By  p.s. 


Sept.  20. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


MEMBRANE  21. 


Writ  of  aid  for  Robert  de  Digeby,  whom  the  king  has  appointed  to  arrest 
William  Trussel  and  Edmund  his  brother,  By  E, 


206 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 
Sept.  18. 

Newcastle 
upon  Tyne, 

Sept.  20. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Sept.  20. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Sept.  28. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 

Sept.  24. 
Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 


Sept.  27. 
Durham. 

Sept.  26. 
Durham. 


Sept.  27. 
Durham. 


Sept  8. 
Newbiggen. 

Sept.  24. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne, 


Membrane  21 — cont. 

Grant  to  Robert  de  Welle,  quit  of  rent,  of  two  parts  of  the  dwelling 
place  late  of  Roger  de  Clifford,  a  rebel,  in  the  suburb  of  London,  which  by 
forfeiture  came  into  the  king's  hands.  By  K. 

Grant  to  David  de  Strabolgi,  earl  of  Athol,  of  all  the  goods  late  of 
Bartholomew  de  Badelesmere,  a  rebel,  in  the  castle  and  manor  of  Chilham 
and  its  members  at  the  time  of  the  caption  thereof  into  the  king's  hands, 
and  which  have  been  forfeited.  By  K. 

Licence,  after  inquisition  ad  quod  damnum  made  by  Thomas  de  Burgh, 
king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  for  John  son  of  Robert  de  Preston 
to  resume  possession  and  hold  for  life  the  manor  of  Waxham  in 
Holdernesse  and  4  messuages,  a  mill,  18  bovates  of  land  and  60  acres  of 
meadow  in  Waxham,  Preston  and  Tunstal,  co.  York,  held  in  chief  as  of  the 
honor  of  Albemarle,  which  he  acquired  for  life  without  licence  from  Andreda 
Haukyn ;  who  formerly  acquired  the  same  in  fee  from  the  said  John,  and 
which  were  for  that  trespass  taken  into  the  king's  hand,  with  remainder 
after  the  death  of  the  said  John  to  Ingelram  son  of  Robert  Ingram,  of 
Preston,  and  Alice  his  wife  and  the  heirs  of  their  bodies,  with  remainder 
over  to  the  right  heirs  of  the  said  John.  By  fine  of  5  marks. 

Appointment,  after  recital  of  the  summons  addressed  to  Robert  Lewer 
and  his  default  and  also  of  the  appointment  during  pleasure  of  John  de 
Sancto  Johanne  of  Basyng  to  be  keeper  of  the  castle  of  Odiham,  formerly 
held  by  the  said  Robert  at  the  king's  will,  of  the  said  John  and  Ralph  de 
Camoys  to  attach  Robert  Lewer  and  to  take  the  castle  by  force  if  he  refuses 
to  surrender.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

Pardon  to  Meuric  ap  Rees,  for  his  adherence  to  Humphrey  de  Bohoun, 
late  earl  of  Hereford,  a  rebel.  By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid,  until  All  Saints,  for  Richard  Fristlyng,  king's  yeoman, 
charged  by  the  steward  of  the  Household  and  the  keeper  of  the  Wardrobe 
to  find  lodging  for  the  cart  horses  and  sumpters  of  the  Household,  and  to 
make  purveyance  of  hay  and  oats  for  them.  By  bill  of  the  Wardrobe. 

The  like  for  John  de  Redyng  and  Gilbert  de  Heddesore,  king's  Serjeants, 
separately. 

Pardon  to  Richard  de  Merclesden  of  Blakebumeshire,  for  his  adherence 
to  Thomas,  late  earl  of  Lancaster,  and  all  other  felonies.  By  E. 

Grant  to  Adam  de  Swylyngton,  knight,  late  a  rebel,  who  made  fine  with 
the  king  to  save  his  life  and  lands  in  1,000  marks,  whereof  the  king  having 
pardoned  him  500  marks,  granted  him  licence  to  pay  the  residue  at  the 
rate  of  1001.  a  year,  that  he  may  pay  the  said  residue  at  the  Exchequer  at 
the  rate  of  50^.  a  year,  the  first  p^^yment  to  be  made  at  Easter  next. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  treasurer  and  barons  of  the  Exchequer. 

Restitution  as  a  further  favour  to  John  Beek,  lately  pardoned  for  his 
rebellion,  the  escheat  and  forfeiture  of  all  his  lands  and  goods  being  then 
reserved  to  the  king,  of  his  said  lands.  By  E. 

Grant  to  David  de  Strabolgi,  earl  of  Athol,  of  Ralph  de  Beston,  knight, 
a  rebel,  and  of  his  lands  and  goods  now  in  the  king's  hands.  By  p.s. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  Monk 
Bretton  by  Master  Henry  de  Eynesham,  *  machon,'  of  4  messuages,  a  mill, 
4  bovates,  4  acres,  1  rood,  and  a  moiety  of  a  bovate  of  land  and  119^.  Hd, 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  1. 


207 


1322. 


Sept.  28. 
Durham. 


Oct.  8. 

Barnard 
CasUe. 


Sept.  28. 
Durham. 


Oct.  6. 

Tarm. 


Oct.  6. 

Barnard 

Castle. 

Oct.  8. 

Yarm. 


Oct.  8. 
Yarm. 


Membrane  21 — cont. 

of  rent  in  Boulton,  Byllynglay,  Monkebretton,  and  Wyrkesburgh,  which  are 
worth  in  all  their  issues  20s.  Sd,  a  year  beyond  the  said  rent,  as  appears 
by  inquisition  made  by  Thomas  de  Burgo,  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this 
side  Trent,  to  find  a  chaplain  to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the 
church  of  Bolton  for  the  souls  of  the  said  Henry,  his  ancestors  and  all  the 
faithful  departed,  to  hold  in  part  satisfaction  of  a  licence  granted  to  them 
to  acquire  lands  and  rents  to  the  value  of  10^.  a  year. 

Safe  conduct  until  the  Purification  for  William  atte  Cros,  servant  of 
Master  Henry  de  Clif,  king's  clerk,  parson  of  the  church  of  Mold,  whom 
the  said  Henry  is  sending  to  Wales  and  elsewhere  within  the  realm  on  his 
affairs. 

The  like  for  twelve  days  for  Margery,  wife  of  John  de  Gosewyk,  going  to 
Scotland  for  the  delivery  of  her  husband,  who  was  taken  prisoner  by  the 
Scots,  and  is  detained  in  Scotland. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  John  Hert  to  the  bailiwick  of  the 
forestership  of  Barnard  Castle,  late  of  Guy  de  Bello  Campo,  earl  of 
Warwick,  tenant  in  chief,  and  in  the  king's  hand  by  reason  of  the  minority 
of  the  heir;  he  is  to  receive  the  same  fee  as  Richard  de  Werdale  who 
lately  held  it.  By  K. 

Presentation  of  Richard  de  Wotton  to  the  church  of  Wotton,  in  the 
diocese  of  Worcester,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  of  Maurice 
de  Berkele  being  in  his  hands.  By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Henry  de  Shirokes,  king's  clerk,  receiver  of  victuals  at 
Newcastle  upon  Tyne,  appointed  during  pleasure  to  buy  and  purvey  corn 
and  victuals  for  the  king's  use.  By  E. 

Grant  to  Master  Robert  de  Cantuaria,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of 
Cumbe  Quarta,  in  the  church  of  Wells,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the 
late  voidance  of  the  bishopric  of  Bath  and  Wells. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells. 

By  writ  of  secret  seal. 

Safe  conduct  for  one  year  for  the  men  whom  Richard  de  Emeldon, 
mayor  of  the  town  of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne,  is  sending  with  a  ship  called 
la  Mariferie  of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne  laden  with  his  merchandize  to  trade 
with  beyond  the  seas,  and  to  buy  and  bring  back  corn  and  victuals  for  the 
maintenance  of  his  men  and  servants  staying  with  him  in  the  munition 
of  the  said  town.     [Pari.  WriVf,] 

Presentation  of  Humphrey  de  Haustede  to  the  church  of  Rolvynden  in 
the  diocese  of  Canterbury  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the 
land  and  heir  of  John  de  Lenham,  tenant  in  chief.     By  writ  of  secret  seal. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Thomas  de  Baumburgh, 
king's  clerk,  parson  of  a  moiety  of  the  church  of  Elnestowe,  engaged  on 
the  king's  business. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  : — 
Roesia,  late  the  wife  of  John  de  Bureford  of  London. 
Thomas  de  Flete  of  Holbecch. 
The  abbot  of  Westminster. 
Master  Robert  de  Potton. 
The  prior  of  BpultoQ, 


208  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Membrane  21 — cont. 


Alicei  late  the  wife  of  William  de  Stopham. 

Robert  de  Haldanby. 

The  abbot  of  Fecamp, 

John  de  Homeby. 

Robert  Malekake. 

Robert  de  Bardeby,  clerk. 

The  master  and  brethren  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Nicholas  without  York. 

Brice  Daneys. 

Nov.  2.  William  de  Gammel,  parson  of  the  church  of  Shalden. 

York.  Avice  de  Novo  Mercato. 

Nov.  8.  John  de  Ellerker,  king's  clerk. 

York.  Robert  de  Wolesthorp  and  Roger  his  brother. 

William  de  Clif,  parson  of  the  church  of  Leek. 
Juliana,  late  the  wife  of  Thomas  Bomeyn. 

Oct.  24.  Presentation  of  Robert  de  Hoton  to  the  church  of  All  Saints,  Bichamwell 

York.         in  the  diocese  of  Norwich,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  of  Roger 

Damori,  late  a  rebel,  being  in  his  hands.  By  p.s. 

Oct.  26.  The  like  of  John  le  Smale  to  the  church  of  Blechyngeleye,  in  the  diocese 

York.         of  Winchester,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  of  Hugh  Daudele, 

the  younger,  and  Margaret,  his  wife,  being  in  his  hands.  By  p.s. 


MEMBRANE    20. 

Sept.  16.         Commission  to  Oliver  de  Ingham  to  array  all  able  men  between  sixteen 

Newcastle     and  sixty  in  the  county  of  Chester,  the  lands  of  Flynt  and  Ingelfeld,  the 

upon  Tyne.     counties  of  Stafford  and  Salop  and  the  parts  of  the  Peek  in  the  county  of 

Derby,  so  as  to  be  ready  when  summoned.   [Pari,  Writs,]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  following  in  the  following  counties  and  parts :— ^ 
Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  in  Cumberland,  Westmoreland, 

Lancaster,  and  the  parts  of    Craven,    Richemundshire   and    the 

wapentake  of  Youkcrosse,  co.  York. 
Simon  Warde  \ 

John  de  Sutton  -  in  the  rest  of  the  county  of  York. 

John  de  Rythre'  ) 

John  Darcy  *le  neveu'        |  cos.  Nottingham  and  Derby,  the  parts  of 
William  de  Aune  f     the  Peek  excepted. 

John  Darcy,  <  le  uncle,'  in  the  parts  of  Lyndeseye,  co.  Lincoln. 
John  de  Ros,  in  the  parts  of  Holand,  co.  Lincoln.    * 
William  de  Eyme,  in  the  parts  of  Eetsteve  (stc),  co.  Lincoln.   [Pari. 
WnU.] 

Mandate  to  the  respective  sheriffs  to  assist  and  obey  the  commissioners 
and  to  cause  men  to  appear  before  them. 

Afterwards  the  above  commissioners  were  ordered  to  hasten  the  business, 
as  the  Scots  have  invaded  the  realm. 

By  letters  patent  a$  appears  on  the  dorse  of  the  Close  Roll,  where  the  said 
letters  are  through  negligence  enrolled. 

The  form  of  array  of  men  at  arms  and  of  footmen,  every  man  with  20k 
of  land  to  have  a  horse  of  100s,  haketon,  habergeon,  basinet  with  nosepiece 
{aventaile),  gauntlets  of  steel  {plate),  sword,  lance  and  knife.    Every  man 


16  EDWARD  II.— Pabt  1. 


209 


1322. 


Sept.  28. 

Durham. 


Sept.  27. 
Durham. 


Aug.  17. 
Lauder. 


Sept.  28. 
Durham. 


Nov.  1. 

York. 


Sept.  8. 
Newbiggen. 

Sept.  8. 
Ancroft. 


Membrane  20 — cont. 

with  10^.  of  land  to  have  a  horse  of  iOs.  and  the  same  arms.  Every  man 
with  100s.  of  land  or  goods  to  have  the  same  arms.  Every  man  with  iOs, 
of  land  or  goods  to  have  a  haketon,  palet,  gauntlets,  sword,  lance  and 
knife.  Every  man  with  less  to  have  a  sword,  bow  and  arrows,  or  lance. 
And  all  persons  are  to  be  enrolled  in  this  classification.  Views  of  arms  are 
to  be  held  every  Sunday  in  each  parish.     French,     [Pari,  Writs] 

Licence  for  the  appropriation  in  mortmain  by  the  abbot  and  convent  of 
Langedon  of  the  church  of  Waldwareshare  in  the  diocese  of  Canterbury. 

By  fine  of  10  marks. 

Safe-conduct,  at  the  request  of  Charles,  king  of  France  and  Navarre,  for 
men  and  merchants  of  the  town  of  Amiens,  coming  into  the  realm  to  trade ; 
they  shall  not  be  arrested  this  side  the  Purification  by  reason  of  any  debts 
in  which  the  said  king  is  bound  to  merchants  of  the  realm. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Afterwards  on  7  December  following  these  letters  were  renewed  until 
Easter.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  David  de  Strabolgi,  earl  of  Athol,  for  acquiring  in  fee  simple 
from  John  de  Haul  ton  the  manors  of  Haulton  and  Chaverworth  (sic),  co. 
Northumberland,  which  are  held  in  chief.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  the  constable  of  Bordeaux  to  purvey  1,000  tons  of  pure 
wheaten  flour,  without  bran,  and  1,000  tuns  of  wine  out  of  the  aid  granted 
or  to  be  granted  in  that  land  if  possible,  and  if  not,  out  of  the  issues  of  the 
same  land,  and  to  have  them  sent  to  Newcastle  upon  Tyne  by  1  May,  as 
the  king  proposes  next  summer  to  set  forth  with  his  army  against  the 
Scots.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  justiciary  and  treasurer  of  Ireland  to  purvey  G,000 
quarters  of  wheat,  4,000  quarters  of  oats,  1,000  quarters  of  barley-malt, 
2,000  quarters  of  beans,  600  bacons,  500  tuns  of  wine,  and  500  quarters  of 
salt  out  of  the  issues  of  that  land,  and  to  grind  and  put  into  barrels  one 
half  the  wheat,  each  barrel  to  be  marked  how  much  it  contains,  and  to 
send  the  victuals  as  they  shall  be  bought  to  Skymbumesse  by  Carlisle  by 
1  May.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  Ralph  de  Beston,  knight,  lately  a  rebel,  with  restitution  of  his 
lands  and  goods,  which  are  in  the  king's  hands.  By  p.s. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Thomas  do  Gray,  to  Marmaduke  Basset  for 
being  of  the  company  of  Gilbert  de  Middelton,  a  rebel ;  general  pardon  also 
to  him  for  all  trespasses  committed  before  the  date  hereof  and  any 
consequent  outlawry,  the  robbery  committed  upon  the  cardinals  excepted. 

By  p.s. 


Sept.  26. 
Newcastle 
upon  Tyne. 


MEMBRANE  19. 

Ratification  of  a  quit  claim  which  John  de  Halton  made  to  David  de 
Strabolgy,  earl  of  Athol,  of  all  his  right  in  the  manor  of  Halton,  which  is 
held  in  chief ;  of  the  grant  by  the  said  John  to  the  earl  of  13  messuages, 
195  acres  of  land  and  13  acres  of  meadow  in  Halton ;  of  a  grant  by  the 
said  John  and  Isabella  his  wife  to  the  same  earl  of  the  reversion  of  the 
manor  of  Claverworth,  also  held  in  chief  ;  of  another  grant  by  him  to  the 
earl  of  the  reversion  of  the  manors  of  Berleye  and  Beuleu,  which  are  not 
held  in  chief ;  which  manors  of  Claverworth,  Berleye  and  Beuleu  with  the 
said  messuages,  land  and  meadow  are  held  for  life  by  Eleanor,  late  the  wife 
of  WiUiam  de  Halton.  By  K. 

24962  0 


210  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


Membrane  19 — eont. 


1322. 

Oct.  9.  Acknowledgement  that  the  king  is  bound  to  the  dean  and  chapter  of  St. 

Yann.        Andrew's,  Wells,  in  100  marks,  with  promise  of  repayment  within  two 
years.  By  p.s. 

Vacated  because  surrendered. 

Oct.  26.  Grant  to  Edmund  Gacelyn  of  the  corn  of  the  autumn  last  past  in  the 

York.         lands  belonging  to  the  manors  of  Catmere  and  Wroxhale  which  he  holds 
of  the  king's  gift.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Robert  de  Hungerford,  keeper  of  the  lands  late  of  the  rebels 
in  the  counties  of  Berks  and  Wilts,  to  permit  the  said  Edmund  to  have 
the  same  according  to  the  tenor  of  the  king's  letters  patent,  and  to  restore 
any  part  he  may  have  taken.  By  p.s. 

Oct.  25,  Emelina  Lungespeye,    staying  in    England^    has    letters    nominating 

York.         Richard  de  la  Hide  and  Hugh  de  la  More  her  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two 
years. 

Oct.  27.  Safe  conduct  until  Whitsunday  for  Robert  de  Stayndrop,  guardian  of  the 

York.         Friars  Minors  of  York,  going  to  Scotland  on  aflfairs  concerning  John  de 

Britannia,  earl  of  Riohemund,  who  was  taken  and  is  detained  by  the  Scots. 

Further  the  said  Robert  together  with  another  English  brother  of  the  said 

Order  is  to  stay  with  the  earl  if  he  wishes,  for  his  recreation  and  solace. 

ByK. 

Grant  to  the  said  earl  for  his  consolation  that  he  may  retain  seven 
persons  of  his  household  to  stay  with  him  for  his  recreation  and  service 
whilst  he  is  detained  by  the  Scots.      [F(edera,]  By  K. 

Grant  to  the  said  earl  that  he  may  have  victuals  and  other  necessaries  for 
his  clothing  and  beds  and  reasonable  expenses  for  five  persons  or  fewer,  if 
he  wishes  to  summon  them  to  Scotland  :  persons  nominated  for  such 
purpose  by  the  earl  with  victuals  and  necessaries  for  his  clothing  &c.  are 
to  be  permitted  to  pass  without  hindrance  to  Scotland.  By  E. 

Oct.  81.  Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  to  Robert  de 

York.         WateviU,  knight,  for  his  adherence  to  Roger  de  Clifford,  a  rebel ;   with 

restitution  of  his  lands  and  goods  which  were  taken  into  the  king's  hands. 

By  p.s. 

Oct.  27.         Pardon  to  Hugh  de  Heroy,  the  younger,  for  acquiring  in  fee  from  Hugh 

York.         de  Hercy,  the  elder,  the  manor  of  Grove,  which  is  held  in  chief  as  of  the 

honor  of  Tikhull,  subject  to  rendering  to  the  said  grantor  40^.  a  year  for 

his  life.  By  fine  of  20s. 

Oct.  24.  Licence  for  John  Botetourt  and  Maud  his  wife  to  grant  the  manor  of 

York.         Chigenhale  Trenchefoill,  co.  Essex,  held  in  chief,   to  John  de   Sancto 

Philiberto  and  Ada  his  wife,  to  hold  to  them  and  the  heirs  of  the  said  John 

de  Sancto  Philiberto.  By  p.s. 

Oct.  28.  Grant  for  life  to  William  de  Morle,  king's  minstrel,  called  *  Roi  du 

York.         North,'  of  the  houses  late  of  John  le  Botiller  called  *  Roi  Bruant,'  late  a 

rebel,  in  the  town  of  Pontefract,  which  by  forfeiture  came  into  the  king's 

hands.      [L]f.  Fadera.]  By  K. 

Oct.  8.  Grant  for  life  to  Robert  de  Welle  of  the  houses  late  of  Roger  de  Clifford, 

Yarm.        a  rebel,  in  the  parish  of  St.  Dunstan's  *  West*,  in  the  suburb  of  London, 

which  are  in  the  king's  hands  as  an  escheat.  By  p.s. 

Oct.  27.         Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Nicholas  de  Verdun,  to  James  son  of  William 

York.         de  Stafford  the  younger  (junioris),  for  the  death  of  Alexander  de  Swynner- 

ton  and  of  all  other  offences  and  consequent  outlawries.  By  p.s. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Pabt  1.  211 


1322. 


Membrane  19 — cont. 

The  like  for  John  son  of  William  de  Stafford  the  younger  (junior). 

By  p.s. 

The  like,  at  the  request  of  the  said  Nicholas,  to  Ralph  son  of  Ralph 
Choppecok  for  the  death,  of  Richard  de  Roundhay  and  for  that  of  Richard 
Jay  of  Groby  and  of  all  other  offences  and  consequent  outlawries.     By  p.s. 

Oct.  29.  Appointment  during  pleasure  of  Robert  de  Malleye  to  the  custody  of  the 

York.  priory  of  Cardigan  in  West  Wales,  a  cell  of  the  abbey  of  Certeseye,  which 
has  fallen  into  debt  through  wars,  dearths  and  other  tribulations,  and  which 
the  king  at  the  request  of  Oliver  de  Burdegala,  king's  yeoman,  has  taken 
into  his  protection ;  the  said  Robert  is  to  apply  the  revenues  to  the  discharge 
of  its  debts,  and  no  sheriff  or  other  bailiff  is  to  be  lodged  there,  nor  any 
of  its  goods  taken  without  the  licence  of  the  said  keeper.  By  p.s. 

Nov.  1.  Safe   conduct  until  Easter  for  Master  John  de  Chaalons  and  Robinus 

York.         called  *  Amelarde,'  going  with  three  and  four  horses  and  their  servants  to 

Scotland  to  Henry,  lord  of  Sully  (d^  Solia^o),  lately  taken  prisoner  by  the 

Scots,  on  the  affairs  of  the  said  Henry.  By  K. 

Oct.  30.  Pardon  to  Robert  Ingram  of  Notingham  and  Orframina  his  wife  for 

York.         acquiring  for  their  lives  from  Richard  Ryboef  the  manor  of  Etewell  which 

is  held  in  chief  as  of  the  honor  of  Tuttebury.  By  fine  of  1  mark. 

Nov.  1.  Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  Christmas  for  William  de  Merkeshale, 

York.        going  on  the  king's  service  to  the  Marches.     By  testimony  of  the  Steward. 

Nov.  1.  Pardon  to  Gilbert  de  Talbot,  knight,  a  rebel ;  with  restitution  of  his 

York.         lands,  which  have  been  taken  into  the  king's  hands.  By  E. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  Robert  de  Aston,  keeper  of  lands,  late  of  rebels, 
in  the  county  of  Gloucester. 

The  like  to  Roger  Careles  in  the  county  of  Hereford. 
The  like  to  Robert  de  Hungerford  in  the  county  of  Berks. 

Nov.  2.  Grant  for  life  to  Peter  de  Eketon,  king's  sergeant,  of  all  lands  and  rents 

York.         in  Hordwell  and  Ordeston,  co.  Berks,  late  of  Henry  Tyeys,  a  rebel,  which 

have  come  into  the  king's  hands  as  escheats.  By  E. 

Oct.  28.  Grant  in  fee  simple  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Winchester,  and  Hugh 

Cawood.  hig  son  and  Eleanor  wife  of  the  latter,  of  8  messuages,  8  bovates  and  28 
acres  of  land,  10  acres  of  meadow,  an  eighth  part  of  a  mill  in  Alkebarwe, 
an  eighth  part  of  the  wood  of  Aikebarwe  and  pasture  for  10  oxen  there, 
late  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  a  rebel,  which  have  come  into  the  king's 
hands  as  escheats.  By  writ  of  secret  seal. 

Nov.  2.  Grant  to  Master  John  de  Portali,  king's  clerk,  of  the  prebend  of  Bedeford 

York.         Minor  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of 
the  temporalities  of  the  bishopric  of  Lincoln  being  in  the  king's  hands. 
Mandate  in  pursuance  to  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln.  By  p.s. 

The  like  collation  of  the  said  Master  John  to  that  prebend,  which  Master 
John  de  Malevill  had  in  the  same  church. 

Like  mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  said  bishop. 

MEMBRANE    18. 

Nov.  8.  Grant  to  Nicholas  Verdon  of  the  custody  during  the  minority  of  the 

York.         heir  of  the  lands  in  Ireland  late  of  Simon  de  Pheypo,  tenant  in  chief,  to 

hold  to  the  value  of  40Z.  a  year,  and  if  they  exceed  that  value  he  shall 

answer  for  the  excess  at  the  Exchequer  of  Dublin.  By  E. 


212 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Oct.  81. 
York. 


Nov.  8. 
York. 


Nov.  8. 
York. 


Nov.  6. 
CampsalU 


Aug.  22. 

Edinburgh, 


Membrane  18 — cont. 

Pardon  to  John  de  Hilton  of  his  outlawry  and  to  Margaret  his  wife  of  her 
waiver  incurred  by  them  because  they  could  not  be  found  to  undergo  im- 
prisonment and  to  carry  out  the  judgment  of  the  court  when  convicted  by 
a  judgment  of  the  king's  court  of  a  disseisin  committed  upon  Roger  Goce 
of  a  tenement  in  Silton  Paynel,  co.  York.  By  K. 

Commission  to  Thomas  Wake  and  William  Latimer  to  array  all  men 
between  sixteen  and  sixty  in  the  Est  Trithing,  co.  York;  the  com- 
missioners are  to  make  a  circuit  of  the  Riding.     French.     [Pari,  Writs,] 

The  like  to  the  following  in  their  respective  counties : — 
John  de  Wysham,  John  Mauleverer  and  John  de  Rithre,  ' 

in  the  West  Trithing. 
Henry  fuiz  Hugh,  and  John  Marmyon,   in  the  North 

Trithing. 
John  de  Cromwell  and  William  de  Aune,  in  the  parts  of 

Donecastre. 


-  CO.  York, 


Andrew  de  Harcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  in  the  counties  of  Cumberland, 
Westmoreland  and  Lancaster. 

Walter  de  Waldeshef,  in  the  Peek. 

Oliver  de  Ligham,  co.  Chester. 

H«nry  de  Beaumont  aud  William  de  Eyme,  co.  Lincoln. 

John  de  Segrave  and  Robert  de  Mauley,  cos.  Nottingham  and  Derby. 

David  de  Strabolgy,  earl  of  Asceles,  co.  Northumberland. 

Ralph  de  Neville,  in  the  bishopric  of  Durham. 

Ralph  Basset,  co.  Stafford. 

Stephen  de  Segrave  and  Ralph  de  Grendon,  co.  Leicester. 

John  Pecche  and  John  de  Hardeshull,  co.  Warwick. 

Douenald  de  Mar,   in    the    town    and  wapentake    of  Newerk,   co. 
Nottingham. 
Mandate  to  the  said  John  de  Segrave  and  Robert  de  Mauley  not  to 
intermeddle  in  the  said  town  and  wapentake  of  Newark.     [Pari,  Writs.] 
The  form  of  the  said  array.     French.     [Pari.  Writs,] 

Safe-conduct  for  one  year  for  Nicholas  le  Taverner  of  Neuwerk,  going 
with  his  ship  southwards  to  buy  corn  and  victuals,  and  to  bring  the  same 
to  Neuwark  and  from  thence  in  his  ship  to  York,  he  having  found  security 
that  he  will  not  take  the  goods  elsewhere,  and  that  he  will  not  communicate 
with  the  Scots  or  Flemings. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Master  Laurence  de  Wynthorp, 
chaplain,  of  a  messuage  in  Skegnes  to  Simon,  parson  of  the  church  of  St. 
Clement,  Skegnes,  for  a  dwelling  place  for  himself  and  his  successors. 

By  fine  of  i  mark. 

Qrant  during  pleasure  to  Hamo  Quarel,  yeoman  of  the  chamber,  of  the 
office  of  controller  of  the  custom  in  the  town  of  Kingeston  upon  Hull,  to 
hold  in  the  same  manner  as  others  have  held  it.  By  p.s. 

Whereas  on  26  September,  11  Edward  II,  William  de  Ros  of  Hamelake 
granted  and  quit-claimed  to  the  king  and  his  heirs  the  castle  of  Werk  upon 
Tweed  with  knights*  fees  and  all  other  appurtenances,  except  the  advowson 
of  cells  belonging  to  the  priory  of  Eirkeham  and  the  hospital  of  Boulton, 
to  exchange  for  400  marks  of  land  and  rent  to  be  granted  to  the  said 
William  and  his  heirs  between  the  rivers  Thames  and  Thaes ;  and  whereas 
the  king  afterwards,  to  provide  security  to  the  said  William,  granted  him  400 
marks  a  year  to  be  received  out  of  the  farms  of  the  cities  of  York  and 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  1.  218 


1322. 


Membrane  18 — conU 


Lincoln,  viz. : — 120^.  and  146Z.  18s.  hi,  respectively,  until  he  should  be 
provided  with  land  and  rent  as  aforesaid ;  and  whereas  the  said  William 
has  acknowledged  that  of  the  said  400  marks,  100  marks  were  his  yearly  fee 
for  staying  with  the  king,  according  to  an  indenture  made  in  the  Wardrobe 
and  the  remaining  800  marks  had  been  granted  to  him  for  the  said  castle, 
and  whereas  he  has  petitioned  the  king  to  be  discharged  from  staying  with 
him  according  to  the  said  indenture,  100  marks  being  on  that  account 
deducted  from  the  said  400  marks,  and  that  he  may  receive  the  said  800  marks 
out  of  farms  of  the  said  cities  until  lands  or  rents  to  that  amount  shall  be 
assigned  or  his  castle  shall  be  restored  to  him.  The  king,  assenting  to  the 
petition,  has  in  consideration  of  the  deduction  of  the  said  100  marks  dis- 
charged the  said  William  from  staying  with  him  saving  only  such  things 
as  he  is  bound  to  do  as  the  king's  liege  man  and  by  reason  of  his  homage 
and  fealty.  Further  the  king  granted  that  he  may  receive  the  said  800 
marks  out  of  the  farms  of  the  said  cities,  viz. : — 150  marks  from  each  by 
the  hands  of  the  bailiffs  of  the  said  cities  until  he  shall  be  provided 
with  land  and  rents  to  that  value  between  the  above  rivers  or  until  the  said 
castle  be  restored  to  him,  provided  always  that  if  the  king  or  his  heirs  shall 
provide  any  part  of  the  said  800  marks  of  land  and  rent,  a  sum  equal  to 
such  part  shall  be  deducted  from  the  yearly  payment. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  B.  de  Baldok. 

Oct.  81.  Commission  to  Walter  de  Pavely  and  the  sheriff  of  Wilts  to  array  all  the 

York.         men  between  sixteen  and  sixty  in  that  county  ;  Walter  de  Pavely  to  be  their 

leader,  the  names  of  the  men  at  arms  with  particulars  of  array  and  their 

estate  to  be  certified  to  the  king ;  and  contumacious  persons  are  to  be 

arrested.     French,      [Pari,  WriU,'\ 

Like  commissions  for  the  under-mentioned  persons  (who  are  to  be 
leaders  unless  otherwise  specified)  with  the  sheriffs  in  their  respective 
counties : — 

Reginald  de  Botreux       -         -         -         -co.  Cornewaille. 
Stephen  de  Haccom        -         -        -         -co.  Deven. 
John  de  Clivedon   -         -         r        -         -co.  Somerset. 

John  Peverel co.  Dorset. 

John  de  Scures,  the  sheriff,  to  be  leader, 

and  James  de  Norton  -        -         -        -co.  Southampton. 
John  Howard,  the  sheriff,  to  be  leader,  and 

Geoffrey  With co.  Norfolk. 

John  Howard,  the  sheriff,  to  be  leader,  and 

Edmund  de  Hemmegrave    -        -         -co.  Suffolk, 
John  Dabernon,  the  younger  -        -        -co.  Surrey. 

Thomas  Tregoz co.  Sussex. 

Stephen  de  Cobeham       •        •        •         -co.  Kent. 

Thomas  Gobion co.  Essex. 

Richard  de  Perers co.  Hertford. 

John  de  Limbiry     -         -         -         -         -co.  Cambridge. 

William  Moigne co.  Huntingdon. 

Robert  Malet co.  Buckingham. 

John  de  Morteyn co.  Bedford. 

William  le  Blund co.  Rutland. 

Roger  de  Brok co.  Middlesex. 

Robert  de  Ardeme co.  Oxford. 

Reginald  Pavely co.  Berks. 

Thomas  de  Mounteny     -        -        -        -co.  Northampton. 
William  de  Wanton        -        -        -        -co.  Gloucester, 


214  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


-jQon  Membrane  18 — cont, 

William  Corbet co.  Worcester. 

Roger  ChaundoS)  the  sheriff,  to  be  leeuier, 

and  Richard  de  BaskerviU    -         -         -co.  Hereford. 
Roger  Corbet  of  Tassele,  leader        -        -     co.  Salop. 


French,     [Pari.  Writs,] 


MEMBRANE   17. 

Oct.  28.         Protection  with  clause  rogamus  for  one  year  for  the  master  and  brethren 
York.        of  the  hospital  of  St.  James,  Donewich,  their  men  and  goods. 

Oct.  28.  Grant  to  George  de  Saluciis,  king's  kinsman,  archdeacon  of  Buckingham, 

York.         that  he  may  hold  for  life  the  said  archdeaconry  with  the  prebend  of  Bere 

and  Chermynistre  m  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Salisbury,  and  the  prebend 

of  Massam  in  the  church  of  St.  Peter,  York,  without  molestation  by  reason 

of  any  right  the  king  may  have  therein. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Nov.  2.  Appointment  during  pleasure  of  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  to  the 

York.         superior  custody  of  the  castle,  town  and  barton  of  Gloucestre,  the  castle  of 

St.  Briavel  and  the  Forest  of  Dene.  By  K. 

Writ  d^  intendettdo  to  Gilbert  Talebot,  keeper  of  the  castle,  town  and 

barton  of  Gloucestre,  for  the  said  Hugh  as  superior  keeper  thereof. 

The  like  to  Robert  de  Sapy,  keeper  of  the  castle  of  St.  Briavel  and  Forest 
of  Dene.  By  E. 

Writ  of  aid,  during  pleasure,  directed  to  David  de  Strabolgi,  earl  of  Athol, 
and  all  captains  of  men  at  arms  and  constables  of  castles  in  Northumberland, 
for  William  de  Eirkeby,  king's  clerk,  and  Thomas  de  Pencathelan, 
appointed  to  survey  the  munitions  and  array  of  all  men  at  arms,  as  well  in 
the  munitions  of  castles  as  elsewhere  in  the  Marches  of  Scotland,  who  are  at 
the  king's  wages.        By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Oct.  80.         Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  Easter  for  Robert  de  Wulseleye, 

York.         staying  with  Andrew  de  Harcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  in  the  munition  of  the 

castle  of  Carlisle.  By  testimony  of  the  said  earl. 

Notification  to  R.  bishop  of  Salisbury  of  the  revocation  of  the  collation 
of  Master  John  de  Stretford,  king's  clerk,  archdeacon  of  Lincoln,  to  the 
prebend  of  Bere  and  Chermynistre  in  the  church  of  Salisbury,  made  by  the 
king  in  the  belief  that  it  was  void  by  reason  of  the  death  of  George  de 
Saluciis,  the  prebendary  thereof,  who  is  still  alive. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

The  like  to  W.  archbishop  of  York  as  to  the  prebend  of  Massam  in  the 
church  of  York,  to  which  the  king  had  collated  William  de  Ayremyune. 

The  like  to  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln  as  to  the  archdeaconry  of  Buckingham, 
in  the  church  of  Lincoln,  to  which  the  king  had  collated  Roger  de  Waltham. 

ByE. 

Oct.  28.         Grant  to  the  said  George  de  Saluciis  that  he  may  hold  for  his  life  the 
York.         said  archdeaconry  and  prebends  without  molestation,  and  that  he  be  not 
disturbed  by  any  right  of  the  king  to  the  collations  thereto. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Nov.  2.  Presentation  of  John  de  Crokford  to  the  church  of  Eaernarvan  in  the 

York,      '  diocese  of  Bangor.  By  p.s. 


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1 099  Membrane  17 — catit, 

Nov.  2.  Grant  during  pleasure  to  John  Pecche  of  the  manor  of  Balishale,  co. 

York.         Warwick,  late  of  John  de  Moubray,  a  rebel,  in  the  king's  hands  as  an 

escheat.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Nov.  8.  Mandate  to  the  justiciary,  sheriffs,  bailiffs  and  others  in  Ireland  not  to 

York.         take  anything  nor  to  permit  anything  to  be  taken  for  the  king's  use  of  the 

goods,  victuals  and  merchandise  of  the  burgesseo  of  Droghda  on  both  sides 

the  river  there,  or  of  other  men  and  merchants,  which  the  latter  may  bring 

there  for  sale,  against  their  will.  By  E. 

Nov.  1.  Mandate  to  the  sheriff,  bailiffs  and  others  of  the  county  of  Lincoln,  to  be 

York.         attendant  upon   and  aiding  to  Alice,  late  the  wife  of  Thomas  earl  of 

Lancaster,  with  the  posse  of  the  county  if  necessary,  the  king  having  heard 

that  certain  men  with  armed  force  are  marching  to  where  she  is  staying 

awaiting  an  opportunity  to  abduct  her.  By  E. 

Nov.  1.  Commission   to  John  Pecche  to  arrest  disturbers  of  the  peace  in  the 

York.         county  of  Warwick.     [Pari,  Writs.]  By  E. 

The  like  to  the  following : — 
Roger  Corbet  and  Peter  Corbet,  co.  Salop. 

Alan  de  Cherleton,  keeper  of  the  castle  and  land  of  Wyggemor,  in  his 
bailiwick.  By  E. 

Ralph  le  Botyller,  keeper  of  the  castle  and  land  of  Lodelowe.     [Pari, 
WHts.] 

Nov.  1.  The  like  to  Robert  de  Leyburn  in   the  county  of  Lancaster  to  arrest 

York.         Robert  le  Euwer  and  his  accomplices.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  E. 

The  like  to  the  following  in  their  respective  counties  or  bailiwicks : — 
Alan  de  Cherleton,  in  his  bailiwick  in  Wales  and  the  marches  thereof. 

ByE. 
John  de  Hastynges  in  his  land  in  Wales. 
Ralph  le  Botyller  in  his  bailiwick. 
Robert  de  Ardern  and  the  sheriff  of  Oxford,  co.  Oxford. 
The  mayor  and  bailiffs  of  Bristol  in  their  bailiwick. 
Robert  Achard  and  the  sheriff  of  Berks,  co.  Berks.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

The  like  to  Gilbert  Talbot,  Robert  de  Sapy  and  Thomas  le  Blount  in  the 
counties  of  Gloucester,  Worcester  and  Hereford,      [Pari.  Writs.]         By  E. 

The  like  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  justice  of  Wales,  in  Wales  or  the 
Marches  thereof.      [Pari.  Writs.] 

The  like  to  Oliver  de  Ingham,  justice  of  Chester.     [Pari,  Writs.] 

Nov.  1.  Commission  to  Edmund,   earl  of  Eent,  the   king's  brother,  to  arrest 

York.        disturbers  of  the  peace  wherever  they  shall  be  found  throughout  the  realm  ; 

he  is  to  commit  such  persons  to  the  custody  of  the  sheriffs  in  whose 

bailiwicks  they  may  be  arrested.     [Pari.  Wriu.]  By  E. 

Nov.  24.  The  like  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Winchester.      [Pari,  Writs.] 

York. 

MEMBRANE    16. 

Nov.  4.  Mandate  to  Master  William  de  Chauncy  and  William  de  Witham,  to  whom 

York.         the  king  on  20  May  last  granted  the  custody  of  the  manor  of  Swyn[hop], 

CO.  Lincoln,  extended  at  20Z.  18s.  Id.  together  with  its  issues  from  Easter 

last,  in  his  hands  by  reason  of  the  minority  of  Isabel,  daughter  and  heir 


216 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Nov.  8. 

York. 


Nov.  8. 
York. 


Nov.  6. 
Haddlesey. 


Nov.  8. 
York. 


Nov.  18, 
Tutbury. 


Nov.  8. 

York. 

Nov.  16. 
Tatboxy. 


Membrane  16 — cont. 

of  Gerard  de  Cbauncy,  tenant  in  chief,  to  hold  during  such  minority, 
rendering  at  the  Exchequer  82Z.  a  year,  viz.  the  said  extent  and  111.  lid. 
the  increment,  to  pay  the  said  sum  from  18  July  last  until  the  full  age  of 
the  heir  to  Bertram  de  Mountbocher,  to  whom  the  king,  forgetting  his 
previous  grant,  granted  on  18  July  last  the  custody  of  all  the  lands  of  the 
said  Gerard  during  the  minority  of  the  said  heir,  together  with  her 
marriage.  By  E.  &  C. 

Writ  of  aid  for  John  de  Bello  Campo  of  Somersete  and  John  de  Erlegb, 
appointed  to  arrest  disturbers  of  the  peace  wherever  they  may  be  found. 
[Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

Mandate  to  the  said  John  de  Bello  Campo  to  be  diligent  herein,  lest  any 
mischief  may  arise  from  his  negligence,  in  which  case  the  king  will  consider 
him  to  be  an  adherent  of  such  persons.      [Pari.  Writs.] 

The  like  to  John  de  Erlegh.     [Pari.  WHts.]  By  K. 

John,  abbot  of  St.  Ouen's,  Rouen,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  ha»  letters 
nominating  Guillermus  Bouchard,  clerk,  and  Peter  Yignet  his  attorneys 
for  four  years.         By  fine  of  205.  at  the  instance  of  OeofiErey  de  Wellefoid. 

Appointment  of  John  Cheynel  and  Robert  de  Stoke,  to  enquire  in  whose 
hands  are  certain  of  the  goods  of  Hugh  de  Cuylli,  deceased,  in  the  counties 
of  Warwick  and  Leicester,  all  which  goods  the  king  had  commanded  to 
be  taken  into  his  hands,  but  some  were  not  so  taken  and  are  in  the  hands 
of  divers  men  of  those  counties ;  the  said  John  and  Robert  are  to  take  into 
the  king's  hands  such  goods  when  found,  to  deliver  the  same  to  Roger  de 
Cuylli,  king's  yeoman,  son  of  the  said  Hugh,  to  whom  the  king  had 
granted  all  the  goods  of  the  deceased,  as  executor  of  his  father's  will,  and 
to  his  co-executors,  for  the  execution  thereof. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Writ  of  aid  for  John  de  Bello  Campo  of  Sumersete  and  John  de  Erlegb 
appointed  to  arrest  disturbers  of  the  peace  in  the  counties  of  Somerset, 
Dorset  and  Wiltshire,  and  to  commit  them  to  prison. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  the  prior  of  Feriby. 

The  like  for  the  following : — 

Loretta  de  Usflet,  lady  of  Swanneslond. 

John  de  Foxle,  for  two  years. 

Hugh  de  Thorntoft. 

Roger  de  Hope. 

William  de  Hoo. 

Walter  Bever. 

Neapolio,  cardinal  deacon  of  St.  Adrian's,  prebendary  of  Cave  in  the 

church  of  St.  Peter,  York. 
The  above  cardinal,  prebendary  of  Kynggessutton  in  the  church  of  St. 

Mary,  Lincoln. 
Michael  de  Wath,  parson  of  the  church  of  Beford,  constantly  attendant 

on  the  king's  service  in  the  Chancery. 
Richard  de  Chissebech. 
Edmund  de  Wodestok,  earl  of  Kent. 

John  de  Derby,  parson  of  the  church  of  Whityngton. 
John  de  Crosseby,  parson  of  the  church  of  Tollesbory. 


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217 


1322. 
Nov.  8. 

York. 


Oct.  8. 
Yarm. 


Nov.  10. 
Tutbnty. 


Nov.  9. 
Tatbory. 


Nov.  12. 
Tatbury. 


Nov.  16. 

We«ton-on- 

Trent. 

Aug.  18. 
Alnwick. 


Nov.  16. 

Weston-on- 

Trent. 


Membrane  16 — cont. 

Safe-conduct  for  one  year  for  Richard  de  Preston,  burgess  of  Droghda, 
and  his  men  coming  into  England  with  ships  laden  with  com  and  victuals 
at  Droghda  and  elsewhere  in  Ireland,  to  trade  therewith ;  he  having  found 
security  in  the  Chancery  that  neither  he  nor  his  men  will  communicate 
with  the  Scots  or  Flemings. 

The  like  for  :— 

John  Prene,  burgess  of  Drogda. 
William  de  Preston,  burgess  of  Droghda. 

Acknowledgment  of  the  receipt  in  the  Chamber  by  the  hands  of  Thomas 
de  Useflet,  king's  clerk,  of  500Z.  from  John  Butetourte,  knight,  in  full  pay- 
ment of  1,000Z.  which  Thomas  his  son  acknowledged  in  the  king's  Chancery 
to  owe  in  the  chamber,  and  which  sum  of  1,000/.  the  said  John  afterwards 
bound  himself  to  pay  for  his  adherence  to  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster. 

By  p.s. 

Pardon  to  the  said  John  Butetourte,  knight,  for  his  adherence  to  the  said 
earl.  By  p.s. 

Power  to  J.  bishop  of  Norwich,  the  chancellor,  and  W.  bishop  of  Exeter, 
the  treasurer,  as  the  king  cannot  be  present  at  York  this  next  Sunday, 
to  open  and  continue  the  discussion  touching  the  realm  with  the  prelates 
peers,  councillors  and  commonalties  of  the  realm  about  to  assemble  there 
by  command  of  the  king.  By  K. 

Afterwards^  8  January^  the  said  letters  were  surrendered  by  the  Cliancellor, 
Cancelled, 

Licence,  after  inquisition  ad  quod  damnum  made  by  the  sheriff  of 
Northumberland,  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  John  de  EUerker  of 
Newcastle  upon  Tyne  of  a  messuage  and  205.  of  rent  in  that  town  to  a 
chaplain  to  celebrate  di\nne  service  daily  in  the  church  of  St.  Nicholas, 
Newcastle  upon  Tyne,  for  the  souls  of  the  said  John  and  of  Maud, 
sometime  his  wife,  and  of  all  the  faithful  departed,  although  it  appears 
by  such  inquisition  that  the  said  messuage  and  rent  are  held  in  chief  by 
the  service  of  2d.  a  year.  By  fine  of  60s. 

Safe-conduct  for  one  year,  for  Richard  Fitz  Dieu,  merchant  of  Kyngeston 
upon  Hull,  and  his  men,  going  with  his  ships  to  the  south  of  the  realm  to 
buy  wine,  corn  and  victuals  and  convey  the  same  to  York,  Newcastle  upon 
Tyne  and  the  northern  parts  of  the  realm ;  he  having  found  security  in 
the  Chancery  that  he  will  not  communicate  with  the  Scots  or  the  Flemings. 

Presentation  of  Humphrey  de  Hausted  to  the  church  of  Rolvynden  in  the 
diocese  of  Canterbury,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the 
land  and  heir  of  Joan  de  Rokeslee,  tenant  in  chief.  By  p.s. 

Grant  to  Adam  de  Brom,  king's  clerk,  of  the  several  tithes  in  Wyghton, 
CO.  Norfolk,  which  Geoffrey  de  Welleford,  clerk,  deceased,  had  there  by  gift 
of  Edward  I.  and  which  are  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of 
the  land  and  heir  of  Drogo  de  Mello,  tenant  in  chief. 

Presentation  of  Henry  de  Aston  to  the  church  of  Eton  Meysy  in  the 
diocese  of  Salisbury,  void  by  the  resignation  of  Richard  de  Hacche,  the  late 
rector,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the  land  and  heir  of 
Nicholas  de  Sancto  Mauro,  tenant  in  chief. 

Pardon  at  the  request  of  William  de  Ayremynne,  king's  clerk,  to  John 
Aubrey  for  the  death  of  Richard  de  la  Stone  of  Lugwardyn,  and  of  any 
confluent  outlawry.  By  p.s. 


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CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 
Nov.  21. 

York. 


Nov.  26. 
York. 


Nov.  25. 
York. 


Memhratu  16 — cant, 

John  de  Glentham  and  Hugh  de  Lincoln,  canons  of  the  house  of  Thornton, 
bringing  news  of  the  cession  of  Thomas,  the  late  abbot  thereof,  have  letters 
for  the  prior  and  convent  of  licence  to  elect.  By  K. 

See  on  the  schedule  for  Boger  Belcr  ami  tlie  xcarden  of  the  cliapel  of  St.  Peter  ^ 
Kyrkehy, 

Membrane  16 — Scliedule, 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Roger  Boler  of  a  messuage  in 
Kirkeby  upon  Wrethek  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  Monks  Eirkeby,  to  hold 
in  exchange  for  a  messuage  in  Kirkeby  upon  Wrethek.     By  fine  of  \  mark. 

Licence,  after  inquisition  aA  quod  damnum  made  by  Master  John 
Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent,  for  the  warden  of  the 
chapel  of  St.  Peter,  Eirkeby,  to  enclose  a  way  in  Kirkeby  leading  from  the 
house  late  of  William  son  of  Eda  to  that  of  John  Base  beneath  the  dwelling 
place  of  the  said  warden  and  the  churchyard  of  the  said  chapel,  for  the 
enlargement  of  the  said  dwelling  place  and  churchyard,  provided  that  he 
make  another  way  of  the  same  length  and  breadth  and  equally  suitable  for 
passers-by,  on  the  soil  of  the  said  warden  to  the  south  of  the  town,  and 
that  the  way  so  to  be  enclosed  contains  20  perches  in  length  and  2^  perches 
in  width.  By  fine  of  10^. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Roger  Beler  of  his  manor  of 
Kirkeby  on  Wrethek  to  the  warden  of  the  chapel  of  St.  Peter,  Kirkeby  upon 
Wrethek,  and  for  the  said  warden  to  regrant  the  same  to  the  said  Rqger 
and  Alice  his  wife  in  tail  with  reversion,  failing  issue,  to  the  said  warden 
and  his  successors.  By  fine  of  1  mark. 


Nov.  14. 

Tutbury. 


Nov.  22. 

York. 


Nov.  12. 
Tutbury. 

Dec.  8. 
York. 


MEMBRANE    15. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  St. 
Mary's,  Worcester,  of  divers  parcels  of  land,  messuages  and  rents  in  Conter- 
ton  by  Overbury  by  Godfrey  de  Holyne  and  Margaret  his  wife,  and  Master 
John  de  Bradewas,  and  of  a  messuage  and  a  moiety  of  a  virgate  of  land  in 
Clyve  Priors  by  William  le  Fremon,  all  held  of  the  said  prior  and  convent, 
which  are  worth  beyond  the  said  rents,  12.9.  dd,  a  year,  as  appears  by  inquisition 
made  by  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent,  to 
hold  in  part  satisfaction  of  a  licence  to  acquire  lands  and  rent  to  the  value 
of  20  marks  a  year. 

Confirmation  of  a  demise  by  Richard,  abbot  of  St.  Edmunds,  and  the 
convent  thereof  to  Robert  de  Walsham,  clerk,  of  their  manor  of  Conynges- 
ton,  excepting  the  advowson  of  the  church  of  the  manor,  to  hold  for  his  life 
at  a  rent  of  26Z.  18.s.  id,  a  year,  and  saving  also  to  the  said  abbot  the  chat- 
tels of  felons,  fugitives,  and  year  and  waste  of  their  tenements,  murder, 
amercements  and  fines  of  court,  arising  before  any  justices,  also  wards 
and  escheats  of  free  tenants  in  the  said  manor.  By  fine  of  i  mark. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  the  year  for  Seman  de  Burton,  his 
men,  lands,  and  goods. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned : — 

Thomas  Larcher,  prior  of  the  Hospital  of  St.  John  of  Jerusalem  in 

England. 
John  dQ  Thorpe. 


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Membrane  15 — conU 


1322. 

Nov.  21.  Oliver  de  Wysete. 

York.  William,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Gaynesburgh. 

John  de  Malgum. 
Margaret  le  Graunt  of  Gunwardby. 
Roger  de  Gyldesburgh,  parson  of  the  church  of  Crauleye. 
Master  Peter  Filliol,  parson  of  the  church  of  Marteleye. 
Nicholas  de  Bolyngbrok. 
Thomas  de  Barkeston. 
The  abbot  of  Tupholm. 
Ralph  de  Wolyngham. 
Thomas  Josep  of  Hayton  and  Thomas  his  son. 

Nov.  80.  Walter  son  of  Robert  de  Vusflet. 

York.  Robert  atte  Halle. 

Philip  Warner  of  Grymesby. 
Stephen  de  Shelesfeld. 
Walter  de  Friskeney. 

Dec.  2.  Protection  with  clause  rolnmus  until  Michaelmas  for  William  son  of 

York.         William  le  Cornmagere  of  Leddrede,  lately  taken  prisoner  by  the  Scots  and 

detained  in  Scotland.  By  E. 

Nov.  1.  Protection  for  Roger  Turtle  of  Bristol  until  St.  Peter  ad  Vincula. 

York. 

Nov.  29.  Simple  protection  without  clause  for  one  year  for  John  de  Ditton,  clerk, 

York.         going  beyond  the  seas. 

The  like  for  :— 
Walter  de  Spalding. 
Richard  de  Shefifeld. 
Master  Walter  de  Barewe,  parson  of  the  church  of  Byford. 

Nov.  2.  John  de  Goushull,  parson  of  the  church  of  Alyngton,  going  beyond  the 

York.  seas,  has  letters  nominating  William  de  Manthorp  and  Walter  Godard  his 
attorneys  for  two  years. 

Dec.  1.  Luke  do  Colcvill,  clerk,  going  beyond  the  seas  for  study,  has  like  letters 

York.         nominating  John  de  Yerdhull  and  Hugh  do  Colevill  for  two  years. 

Nov.  21.  Licence  for  Robert  de  Roynbergh  and  Alice  his  wife  to  enfeoff  William 

York,         Clarel  and  Agnes  his  wife  of  a  moiety  of  the  manor  of  Adwyk,  which  is 

held  in  chief  as  of  the  honor  of  Tikhill,  as  appears  by  inquisition  made  by 

Thomas  de  Burgh,  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  to  hold  to 

them  and  their  heirs.  By  fine  of  1  mark. 

Nov.  8.  Grant  for  three  years  from  Christmas  next  to  the  steward,  bailiffs  and 

Eckington      burgesses  of  the  town  of  Droghda  towards  Moath  of  pavage  upon  all  wares 

for  sale  coming  into  their  town.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  steward,  bailiffs  and  burgesses  of  Droghda  towards  Uriel. 

By  p.s. 

Nov.  25.  Pardon  to  Henry  de  Sancto  Martino  of  Holeym  and  to  John  son  of 

York.  Henry  de  Sancto  Martino  of  the  undermentioned  trespass,  viz.  the  said 
Henry  had  enfeoffed  without  licence  the  said  John  of  a  messuage  and  5 
bovates  of  land  in  Holeym  in  Holdcrnesse,  which  are  held  in  chief  as  of 
the  honor  of  Albemarle,  as  appears  by  inquisition  made  by  Thomas  de 
Burgh,  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  and  the  said  John  had 
re-granted  the  same  to  the  said  Henry  for  life,  with  reversion  to  himself 


220 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322, 


Nov.  26. 
York. 


Nov.  26. 
York. 


Nov.  28. 
York. 


Nov.  25. 
York. 


Nov.  24. 
York. 

Nov.  26. 
York. 


Nov.  26. 
York. 


Dec.  2. 
York. 


Dec.  10. 
Haddlesey. 


Dec.  11. 
Haddlesey. 


Membrane  16 — cont, 

and  his  heirs,  which  messuage  and  land  tor  that  trespass  had  been  taken 
into  the  king's  hands :  restitution  of  the  messuage  and  land  to  the  said 
Henry,  with  reversion  to  the  said  John  and  his  heirs.       By  fine  of  i  mark. 

John  de  Wygorn  [ia]  and  Thomas  de  la  Nye,  monks  of  Glastonbury, 
bringing  news  of  the  death  of  Oeofi&ey  Fromound,  the  late  abbot  of  that 
place,  have  letters  of  licence  to  elect  for  the  prior  and  convent.  By  K. 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  Geoffrey  de  Fyngale  to  prosecute  and 
defend  the  king's  affairs  before  the  justices  of  the  Bench,  receiving  10^  a 
year  so  long  as  he  shall  attend  thereto. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  the  Treasurer. 

William,  abbot  of  Grestain,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominat- 
ing John  Wyndas  and  Roger  Haleboum  his  attorneys  for  three  years. 

By  fine  of  20a.     Surrey. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 
Markeby  by  William  de  Waltham,  vicar  of  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln, 
of  a  messuage  [and]  100  feet  of  land  in  length  by  70  feet  in  width  in  the 
suburb  of  Lincoln,  by  William  de  Braytoft,  parson  of  the  church  of  Beseby, 
of  80  feet  of  land  in  length  by  40  feet  in  width,  18  acres  of  meadow  and 
6.S.  6Jrf.  of  rent  in  Sutton,  and  by  Walter  Penkes  of  12  acres  of  meadow  in 
Assordby  and  Hanay.  By  fine  of  5  marks. 

Simple  protection  without  clause  for  two  years  for  Gerard  Doroms,  going 
beyond  the  seas. 

Grant  in  fee  simple  to  Giles  de  Ispannia,  king's  yeoman,  of  that  messuage 
in  Oldeford  and  8  acres  of  land  there,  called  Alegut,  which  the  king  lately 
had  of  the  gift  of  Walter,  now  archbishop  of  Canterbury,  so  that  the  said 
Giles  may  sell,  alienate  or  otherwise  make  his  profit  thereof  without 
hindrance.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  John  de  Blyton  for  acquiring  in  fee  without  licence  71  acres 
8  roods  of  land  in  Canewyk  from  Elias  Martel,  who  held  them  in  chief,  for 
which  trespass  they  were  taken  into  the  king's  hands  by  Master  John 
Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent ;  with  restitution  of  the 
same.  By  fine  of  i  mark. 

Protection  with  clause  volnmus  for  one  year  for  John  de  Castre,  staying 
beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service.  By  K. 

The  like  for  Thomas  de  Lond',  staying  in  Ponthieu  on  the  king's  service. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Robert  de  Swynbourn,  knight,  and  Master  John  de 
Hildesle,  clerk,  whom  the  king  is  sending  to  survey  all  the  munitions  of 
men  at  arms  at  the  king's  wages,  stock  of  victuals,  and  other  things  in  the 
castles  and  towns  of  Cumberland  and  Westmoreland,  and  in  the  liberty  of 
Tyndale.  By  K. 

Grant,  during  pleasure,  to  Edmund  de  Dacre  of  the  bailiwick  of  the 
forestership  of  the  chace  of  Boulond,  co.  York,  to  hold  as  others  have  held 
it.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  John  Travers,  keeper  of  lands  in  the  county  of  York  in  the 
king's  hands,  to  deliver  it  to  him. 


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221 


1322. 
Nov.  12. 

Tutbary. 


Nov.  12. 
Tutbury. 


Nov.  12. 
Tutbury. 


Nov.  28. 
York. 


Nov.  25. 
York. 

Nov.  28, 

York. 


Dec.  8. 
York. 


Dec.  4. 
York. 


Dec.  2. 

York. 


MEMBRANE    14. 

Pardon,  upon  fine  made  by  W.  bishop  of  Exeter,  to  the  dean  and  chapter 
of  the  church  of  St.  Peter,  Exeter,  for  acquiring  in  mortmain  from  Robert 
de  Knyghteton,  40s.  of  rent,  issuing  from  all  his  lands  in  Knyghte- 
ton  Fenne  and  Bisshopes  Morchard  to  celebrate  an  obit  of  the  said  bishop 
in  the  said  church  yearly  according  to  the  ordinance  of  the  same  bishop. 
[Bishop  Stapeldon's  Eefjister,  p,  876.]  By  fine  of  i  mark. 

Pardon,  upon  fine  made  by  the  dean  and  chapter  of  the  church  of  St. 
Peter,  Exeter,  for  acquiring  from  the  master  and  brethren  of  the  house  of 
St.  Thomas  Aeon,  London,  6s.  8iL  of  rent  in  Exeter,  issuing  out  of  two 
shops  there,  sometime  of  Geoffrey  Thithte,  m  exchange  for  6«.  Sd.  of  rent 
in  the  parish  of  St.  Botulph  without  Aldresgate  in  the  suburb  of  London, 
which  W.  bishop  of  Exeter  bought  at  his  own  cost  from  William  de 
Hedersete,  and  procured  it  for  the  said  master  and  brethren  to  hold  to  them 
and  their  successors.      [Bishop  Stapeldon's  Refjister,  p,  876.] 

By  fine  of  i  mark. 

Inspeximus  and  confirmation  of  letters  patent  of  Walter,  bishop  of  Exeter, 
dated  2  March  1821-2,  viz.  the  ordinance  for  an  obit  to  be  said  for  him 
after  his  decease.      [Bishop  Stapeldon's  Register,  pp.  874-876.] 

Grant  to  W.  bishop  of  Exeter,  the  treasurer,  for  so  long  as  he  holds  the 
office  of  treasurer,  of  the  manor  of  Whitegift  and  that  part  of  the  moor  of 
Inclesmore,  which  Joan  late  wife  of  Henry  de  Lacy,  sometime  earl  of 
Lincoln,  held  for  life,  in  aid  of  his  maintenance  as  treasurer,  to  hold  quit  of 
rent.  By  p.s. 

Presentation  of  William  de  Dalton  to  the  church  of  Bulwell  in  the 
diocese  of  York. 

The  like  of  Richard  de  Feriby  to  the  church  of  Wylmersle  in  the  diocese 
of  York  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  of  Thomas,  late  earl  of 
Lancaster,  being  in  his  hands.  By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid  for  John  de  Sancto  Johanne  appointed  to  arrest  Robert 
Lewer,  as  it  appears  that  the  said  Robert  and  his  accomplices  had  attempted 
to  seize  the  castle  of  Odiham  and  had  entered  the  king's  manor  of  Ichehull 
and  carried  away  the  king's  goods.      [Pari.  Writs.']  By  K. 

Signification  to  the  bishop  of  Lincoln  of  the  royal  assent  to  the  election 
of  William  de  Grasseby,  a  canon  of  Thornton,  to  be  abbot  of  that  house. 

ByK. 

Safe-conduct  until  Easter  for  Master  Robert  de  Baldok,  archdeacon  of 
Middlesex,  going  on  the  king's  affairs  to  divers  parts  of  the  realm. 

G.  cardinal  deacon  of  St.  Lucy  in  Silice  is  not  to  be  molested  by  reason 
of  any  voidance  of  the  bishoprics  of  Lincoln  and  Chichester  in  his  arch- 
deaconry of  Oxford,  or  his  procentorship  and  prebend  in  the  church  of 
Chichester.      [Ficdera.]  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  noliimus  for  two  years  for  the  dean  and  chapter  of 
St.  Paul's,  London,  in  their  manors  of  Waleton,  Kirkeby,  Thorp,  Brighlin- 
gesseye,  Beauchamp,  Canouns  Wykham,  Hebregg,  Tillyngham,  Bareling, 
Westlee,  Ronewell,  Northon,  Navestok,  Chingelford,  Pelham  Fomeux, 
Pelham  Arsa,  Aldebery,  Sandone,  Erdeleye,  Cadyndon,  Drayton,  Sutton, 
Bernes,  W^illesdon,  St.  Pancras,  Hamersmyth,  Yeveneye,  Sonnebury  and 
Boyton  and  in  the  prebends  of  Fynesbery,  Chaumberleyne  Wode,  Holeboume, 
Herleston,  Pourtepol,  the  Moor  without  London,  Kentishton,  Twyford, 
Mapesbery,   Oxegate,   Snetyng,  Wallokkisbeme,  Brendeswode,   Rugmere, 


222 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Dec.  8. 
Haddlesey. 


Dec.  10. 

Haddlesey. 

Dec.  2. 
York. 


Membrane  14 — cont, 

Eldestre,  Totenhale,  Cadyndon  Minor,  Cadyndon  Major,  St.  Pancras, 
Reculverslond,  Hoxtone,  Eldelond,  Iseldone,  Willesdone  Grene,  Waleton, 
Bronnesbury,  Nesdone,  Neuton  Canonicorum,  and  Chesewyk. 

Licence  for  the  abbot  and  convent  of  Burton  upon  Trent  to  appropriate 
in  mortmain  the  church  of  Aldelvestre  in  the  diocese  of  Coventry  and 
Lichfield,  which  is  of  their  own  advowson.  By  p.s. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  John  de  Balscote,  king's  clerk,  to  be 
chamberlain  of  Dublin,  in  the  room  of  Master  John  Balle,  late  chamberlain 
of  the  Exchequer,  Dublin,  with  the  customary  fee.  By  K. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  treasurer  and  barons  of  the  said  Exchequer. 

Master  Pancius  de  Controne,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating 
John  de  Balscote  his  attorney  in  Ireland  for  one  year. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Thomas  Larcher,  prior 
of  the  Hospital  of  St.  John  of  Jerusalem  in  England. 


Dec.  8. 
Haddlesey. 


Membrane   18 — Schedule, 

Appointment  of  Edmund  de  Kendale,  keeper  of  the  peace  in  the  county 
of  Southampton,  to  arrest  Robert  Lewer  and  his  adherents.    [Pari.  WHts.] 

By  p.s. 


Dec.  1. 
York. 


Nov.  6. 
York. 


Dec.  4. 

York. 


Dec.  8. 
York. 


MEMBRANE   13. 

Commission  to  Thomas  Wake  to  array  all  men  between  sixteen  and  sixty 
in  Holdernesse  and  the  Estrithing,  co.  York.     French.    [Pari.  Writs,] 

The  like  to  the  following : — 

William  le  Latymer,  in  the  Northrithing,  the  parts  of  Richemundshire 

excepted. 
John  de  Wysham  and  John  de  Rithre  in  the  Westrithing,  the  parts 

of  Donecastre  and  the  wapentake  of  Strafiford  excepted. 
John  de  Crumwell  and  William  de  Aune  in  the  parts  of  Donecastre 

and  the  wapentake  of  Straford,  co.  York. 
John  Marmion  and  Thomas  de  Colevill  in  Richemunshire  in  the  said 

county.     French.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

The  form  of  the  array.     French.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

Mandate  to  Richard  Wroth,  constable  of  the  castle  of  Eerynkenen  and 
keeper  of  the  land  of  Iskenny  in  Wales,  late  of  John  Gyflfard,  a  rebel,  to 
deliver  the  said  castle  and  land  to  Hugh  le  Dospenser,  the  younger,  to  whom 
the  king  has  granted  the  same  in  fee  simple.  By  K. 

The  like  to  William  de  Bello  Campo,  constable  of  the  same  castle  and 
land. 

Writ  de  ivtendendo  to  sheriffs  and  bailiffs  for  W.  bishop  of  Exeter,  the 
treasurer,  appointed  to  survey  all  castles,  manors,  towns  and  lands  through- 
out the  realm  for  the  king's  benefit,  and  the  victuals,  stock  and  goods 
therein,  and  to  remedy  defects  therein. 

Writ  of  aid  for  John  de  Foxcote  and  Hubert  de  la  Chaumbre  appointed  to 
arrest  Robert  Lewicr,  a  rebel,  who  is  at  large  with  an  armed  force  of  horse 
and  foot  in  the  forests  of  Cors  and  Malvern.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 


IG  EDWARD  II.^Part  1. 


228 


1322. 
Dec.  8. 

York. 


Dec.  4. 

York. 


Dec.  4. 
York. 


Dec.  10. 

Haddlesey. 


Dec.  8. 

York. 


Dec.  6. 

York. 


Dec.  8. 

York. 


Dec.  12. 

Haddlesey, 


Nov.  24. 
York. 


Membrane  18 — cojit. 

Ratification  of  a  grant  for  life  made  by  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pem- 
broke, king's  kinsman,  to  Thomas  West,  his  yeoman,  of  the  manor  of 
Sharncbrok,  co.  Bedford,  late  of  Bertin  Bacoun,  a  rebel,  and  which  the 
earl,  after  the  rebellion  of  the  said  Bertin,  seized  by  reason  of  his  manor  of 
Hegham  Ferrers,  which  he  holds  of  the  king's  gift  according  to  a  certain 
form.     {Per  certam  formam  talliatam ,)  By  p.s. 

Licence  for  John  do  Sutton  to  grant  two  parts  of  the  manor  of  Sutton 
upon  Asshefeld,  co.  Nottingham,  held  in  chief,  to  John  Bon  of  John  de 
Sutton  and  Amice  his  wife,  and  the  heirs  of  the  said  John  son  of  John ; 
and  the  reversion  of  the  third  part  thereof,  which  Ralph  de  Reresby  and 
Isabella  his  wife  hold  in  dower  of  the  said  Isabella  of  the  inheritance  of  the 
said  John  de  Sutton,  after  the  death  of  the  said  Isabella.        By  fine  of  40«. 

Safe-conduct  for  one  year  for  John  de  Bentele  and  Master  Stephen  le 
Ferour,  king's  Serjeants,  whom  the  king  is  sending  with  certain  destriers 
and  other  horses  to  the  parts  of  Tutebirs  and  elsewhere  within  the  realm  to 
stay  there.  By  K. 

Presentation  of  William  de  MalmeshuU  to  the  church  of  Vaynor,  in  the 
diocese  of  St.  Davids,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands  of  Roger  de 
Mortuo  Mari  of  Chirk  being  in  his  hands.  By  p.s. 

Safe-conduct  for  one  year  for  John  de  Kelm  of  Neuwerk,  going  south 
with  his  men  to  buy  corn,  victuals  and  other  goods  to  bring  the  same  to 
Neuwerk  and  from  thence  in  his  ship  to  York,  he  having  found  security  in 
the  Chancery  not  to  take  the  same  elsewhere  than  to  York,  and  not  to 
communicate  with  the  Scots  or  the  Flemings. 

Writ  of  aid,  until  7  July,  for  William  Coterell,  charged  by  the  steward 
of  the  Household  and  the  keeper  of  the  Wardrobe  to  make  purveyances  of 
hay,  oats  and  other  necessaries  for  the  office  of  the  Marshalsea. 

By  bill  of  the  Exchequer. 

The  like  for  Richard  de  Northden  and  Richard  Fristlyng  of  oats  for  the 
office  of  the  Marshalsea. 

The  like  for  Gautron  de  Breteign  for  the  office  of  lodging  the  king's 
horses. 

Pardon  to  Nicholas  de  Tordham  for  acquiring  in  fee  without  licence  a 
messuage  and  a  carucate  of  land  in  Lifton  from  Joel  do  Bukynton,  who  held 
the  same  in  chief.  By  fine  of  J  mark. 

The  like  to  John  de  Malo  Lacu  for  acquiring  in  fee  from  Peter  de  Malo 
Lacu,  the  elder,  without  licence,  the  castle  and  manor  of  Mulgreve,  the 
manor  of  Brideshale,  5  mills  in  Donecastre  'vvith  the  fishery  in  the  river 
there,  and  the  stank  of  the  mill  of  Rosington  with  the  fishery  of  the  water 
there,  which  are  held  in  chief ;  with  restitution  to  him  of  the  same,  and 
licence  for  the  said  John  to  re-grant  them  in  fee  to  the  said  Peter. 

By  fine  of  100  marks. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Winchester,  appointed  to  arrest 
Robert  Lower  and  his  accomplices,  rebels,  who  are  at  large  with  an  armed 
force  of  horse  and  foot  in  divers  ports  of  the  realm.      [Pari,  Writs,] 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  the  Richard  de  Ayremynne. 


224 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 
Dec.  2. 

York. 


MEMBRANE   12. 


Writ  of  aid  for  Henry  de  Sarden  and  Stephen  de  Delham,  and  a  clerk  to 
be  selected  by  them,  appointed  assessors  and  collectors  in  the  county  of 
Kent  of  the  tenth  and  sixth  lately  granted  at  York.    [Pari.  Writs.]     By  K. 

The  like  for  the  following  : — 


Richard  de  Hywysh 
John  de  Tynten 

William  de  Ferers 
John  de  Doddescombe 

Walter  de  Huggeford 
John  de  Aldenham 

Thomas  de  Pype,  knight 
Philip  de  Lutteleye 

Nicholas  de  Cheygny,  knight 
Walter  de  Ramesey 

Walter  Baril 
Henry  Friday 

Thomas  le  Botyller 
Robert  de  Aston 

Nicholas  Russell  of  Stringesham 
Richard  de  Hauekeslowe 

Ralph  de  Shirle 
William  de  Sutton 

Ralph  Beler 
Robert  Burdet 

John  de  Tyohebum,  knight 
John  de  Roche 

Walter  de  Risum 
John  de  Bradle 

John  Travers 
Thurstan  de  Northleche 

John  de  Wyluby,  knight 
John  de  Lungevill,  knight 

John  Basset 
William  de  Aylesbury 

John  de  Barewe 
William  de  Staundon 

Richard  de  Whatton 
John  Byk 

Hugh  de  Meygnill,  knight 
Robert  Touk,  knight 

William  Dysyng 
John  de  Yerdeburgh 

Simon  de  Lunderthorp 
John  de  Parys 


CO.  Cornwall. 

CO.  Devon. 

CO.  Salop. 

CO.  Stafford. 

CO.  Somerset. 

CO.  Dorset. 

CO.  Gloucester. 

CO.  Worcester. 

CO.  Warwick. 

CO.  Leicester. 

CO.  Southampton. 

CO.  Wilts. 

CO.  Lancaster. 

CO.  Northampton. 

CO.  Rutland. 

CO.  Hereford. 

CO.  Nottingham. 

CO.  Derby. 

in  Lindesey,  co.  Lincoln. 

in  Kesteven,  co.  Lincoln. 


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226 


1322. 


Meinhrane  12 — c(/nt. 


Bichard  de  Holebech 
Nicholas  de  Leek 


John  de  Barton  of  Friton 
Robert  de  Burton  of  Hull 

Ralph  de  Normanvill,  knight 
Robert  de  Eggesclive 

William  Clarel 
Walter  de  Harum 

Robert  le  Rotiller 
John  Laurence 

Richard  do  Wyndesore,  knight 
Richard  de  Bero,  knight 

Edmund  de  Hemgrave,  knight 
John  de  Welnetham 

John  de  Arsyk 
Henry  de  Walpol 
William  de  Crungelthorp 
William  March 

John  do  Crek,  knight 
William  le  Bustlere 

John  Waldeshef  of  Dodington 
Andrew  le  Moigne 

Thomas  Gobyon,  knight 
John  de  Lyston,  knight 

John  de  Mereden 
Payn  de  Portes 

Robert  de  Haselshawe,  provost  of 

WeUs 
Roger  do  Swynnerton,  constable  of 

the  Tower  of  London 
John  de  Ditton,  canon  of  St.  Paurs, 

London 

Walter  Crepyn 
John  de  Bloxham 

John  Prudhommo 
Reginald  de  Pyrelegh 

John  atte  See 
Stephen  Power 

Roger  de  Tiryngham 
John  de  Burgli 

Philip  de  Aylesbury,  knight 
John  de  Morteyn 


i  in  Holand,  co.  Lincoln. 
I  in  the  Estrithing,  co.  York. 
I  in  the  Northtrithyng,  co.  York. 
\  in  the  Westrithing,  co.  York. 
>  CO.  Oxford. 
[  CO.  Berks. 
[  CO.  Suffolk. 


CO.  Norfolk. 


>  CO.  Cambridge. 
t  CO.  Huntingdon. 
\  CO.  Essex, 
i  CO.  Hertford. 


in  London. 


i  CO.  Middlesex. 
J-  CO.  Surrey. 
>  CO.  Sussex. 
[   CO.  ] Buckingham. 
[   CO.  Bedford. 


Afterwards,  on  80l)ecember  following,  Nicholas  do  Famdon  was  associated 
with  the  above  commissions  in  London.  By  letter  of  the  Treasurer. 

^0G2  p 


226 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Doc.  30. 

York. 


Dec.  1. 

York. 


Dec.  4. 

York. 


Membrane  12 — conU 

Afterwards,  on  5  April  following,  the  king  being  at  Westminster,  Master 
Robert  de  Hathelshawe,  provost  of  Wells,  Nicholas  de  Farnedon,  mayor  of 
the  city  of  London,  Richard  de  Ellesfeld,  dean  of  the  church  of  St.  Martin 
le  Grand,  London,  and  John  Devery  with  a  clerk  were  appointed  to  assess 
and  collect  the  said  sixth  in  the  city  of  London.     {Pari,  Writs,'] 

Mandate  to  Henry  de  Sarden  and  Stephen  de  Delham  transmitting  the 
commission  of  the  2nd  December  and  commanding  them  to  surrender 
another  commisssion  which  contained  no  mention  of  the  assessment  of  a 
sixth  in  the  ancient  demesnes  of  the  crown.     [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

The  like  to  all  the  other  commissioners.      [Pari.  Writs,] 

Mandate  to  the  above  commissioners  in  Norfolk  for  two  of  them,  with  a 
clerk,  to  deal  with  one  part  of  the  county  and  the  other  two,  with  a  clerk,  to 
deal  with  the  other  part,  for  the  expedition  of  the  business.     [Pari,  Writs,] 

Writ  of  aid  for  the  above  commissioners  directed  to  the  bailiffs 
respectively.      [Pari,  Wnts,] 

Form  of  the  assessment  of  the  tenth  and  sixth  respectively.  The  goods 
of  the  clergy  issuing  from  the  temporalities  annexed  to  their  churches  are 
not  to  be  taxed  until  the  king  shall  ordain  otherwise.  French,  [Pari, 
Writs,] 


Dec.  10. 
Hoddlesey. 


MEMBRANE  11. 

Mandate  to  Thomas  Wake,  in  pursuance  of  the  commission  of  array 
directed  to  him  1  December,  to  muster  the  levies  he  has  made  in  Holdemesse 
and  the  Estrithing  at  York,  by  the  Purification,  to  proceed  against  the 
Scots.     [Pari.  Wnts,]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  following : — 
William  le  Latymer 


John  de  Wysham 
John  de  Rithre 

John  de  Crumwell 
William  de  Aune 

John  Marmyon 
Thomas  de  Colevill 

John  Pecche 
John  de  Hardeshull 

Henry  de  Bello  Monte 
William  de  Kyme 

John  de  Segrave 
Robert  de  Mauley 

Ralph  Basset 

Stephen  de  Segrave 
Ralph  de  Grendon 


) 


Northtrithynge,  co.  York,  Riohe- 
munshire  excepted. 

Westrithing,  co.  York,  the  parts 
of  Donecastre  and  wapentake 
of  Strafford  excepted. 

parts  of  Donecastre  and  wapen- 
take of  Strafford,  co.  York. 

parts  of  Richemunshire,  co. 
York. 

CO.  Warwick. 


CO.  Lincoln. 

COS.    Nottingham    and    Derby, 
the  Peak  excepted. 

CO.  Stafford. 

CO.  Leicester. 

[Pari.  Writs.] 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  1.  227 


1322. 


Memh  rane    11  — co  n  t . 

The  like  to  the  following  to  have  their  levies  at  Lancaster  on  the  fifth 
day  after  the  Purification  : — 

Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  co.  Lancaster. 
"Walter  Waldeshef,  in  the  High  Peak,  co.  Derby. 
Oliver  de  Ingham,  co.  Chester.      [Pari,  Writs,] 

Mandate  to  the  under-mentioned  to  array  the  men  of  their  counties  so  as 
to  be  ready  to  join  the  king  on  three  days'  warning. 

Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  cos.  Cumberland  and  Westmore- 
land. 
David  de  Strabolgi,  earl  of  Athol,  co.  Northumberland. 
Ralph  de  Nevill,  in  the  bishopric  of  Durham.      [Pari,  Writt,] 

Mandate  to  Walter  de  Paveley  and  the  sheriff  of  Wilts  reciting  the 
commission  of  81  Oct.  to  muster  at  York  by  the  Purification  the  levies  he 
has  made  in  the  county  of  Wilts.      [Pari,  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  commissioners  in  the  other  counties  before  mentioned 
with  the  addition  of  the  name  of  John  de  Harecourt  for  the  county  of  Oxford. 
[Pari,  Writs,] 

Dec.  28.  Mandate  directed  to  sheriffs  and  other  bailiffs  for  Queen  Isabella,  who  is 

York.         going  on  pilgrimage  to  divers  places  within  the  realm,  to  provide  upon 

request  carriage  for  her  goods  and  harness  and  necessaries  for  her  household 

at  her  cost,  until  Michaelmas.      [Fasdera,]  By  K. 

Dec.  28.  Safe-conduct  until  Easter  for  the  men  whom  Henry,  lord  of  Sully,  a 

York.  prisoner  of  the  Scots,  is  sending  into  the  realm  on  his  affairs,  viz.  to  the 
number  of  eighteen  whom  he  has  nominated  bv  his  letters.  [Fadera.] 

By  K. 

Dec.  28.  Pardon».  at  the  request  of  John,  bishop  of  Norwich,  to  Richard  Lew,  of 

York.         888Z.  0^.  llf</.,  his  share  of  a  sum  of  6G6/.  28}//.,  wherein  Thomas  Rente 

and  he  were  convicted  by  the  barons  of  the  Exchequer  of  concealment  for 

the  time  that  they  were  jointly  collectors  of  the  custom  of  wools,  hides  and 

wool-fells  in  the  town  of  Ipswich.  By  p.s. 

Dec.  29.  Mandate  to  the  justiciary  of  Ireland  to  restore  the  temporalities  of  the 

York.  bishopric  of  Clonfert  to  John,  the  bishop  elect,  preferred  to  be  bishop 
thereof  by  Pope  [John],  the  said  bishop  elect  having  renounced  all  words 
in  the  Papal  letters  to  the  prejudice  of  the  king,  and  acknowledged  that  he 
is  willing  to  receive  the  temporalities  of  the  king's  livery  ;  the  king  also 
having  accepted  fealty  from  him.  By  K. 

Writ  de  intendemlo  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  bishopric. 

Dec.  29.  Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Thomas  le  Archer,  prior  of  the  hospital  of  St. 

York.         John  of  Jerusalem  in  England,  to  Thomas  le  Archer  of  Taneworth  for  his 

adherence  to  the  rebels.  liy  p.s. 

MEMBRANE    10. 

Dec.  10.  Confirmation  of  a  grant  in  fee  simple,  which  John,  the  dean  of  the 

Haddlesey.  church  {sic)  of  St.  Peter,  Wolvernehampton,  which  is  a  king's  free  chapel, 
and  the  chapter  thereof,  made  to  John  de  Hampton,  of  a  messuage  and  a  plot 
of  land,  meadow,  wood,  pasture  and  heath,  which  they  held  in  Wodnesfeld 
and  which  were  part  of  their  waste  of  Prestwodo,  lying  between  la  Blakeleye 
and  the  wood  of  John  de  Prestwode  by  the  road  leading  from  Wodnesfeld  to 
Lychefold,  as  the  same  are  inclosed  with  a  dyke ;  subject  to  a  rent  of  18«.  ^d, 
a  yi  ar.  l^y  line  of  10^. 


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CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Dec.  15. 

Haddlesey. 


Dec.  10. 

Haddlesey, 


Dec.  80. 
York. 

Dec.  3. 
York. 


Dec.  12. 

Haddlesey. 


Dec.  16. 
Haddlesey. 


Dec.  20. 
Haddlesey. 


Dec.  24. 

York. 


Dec.  16. 

Haddlesey. 


Membra  tw  10 — co7iL 

Protection  with  clause  voUnmiSy  until  Midsummer,  for  John  de  Britannia, 
earl  of  Richemund,  who  is  detained  a  prisoner  by  the  Scots. 

Presentation  of  Richard  de  Ripon  to  the  church  of  St.  John  the  Baptist, 
Ivelcestre,  in  the  diocese  of  Bath  and  Wells. 

Signification  to  W.  archbishop  of  York  of  the  revocation  for  certain 
causes  of  the  presentation  of  Richard  de  Feriby,  king's  clerk,  to  the  church 
of  Wylmersleyo  in  the  diocese  of  York.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumiu,  for  one  year,  for  Robert  de  Ponte,  going 
with  a  ship  to  the  southern  parts  of  the  realm  to  buy  corn,  victuals  and 
other  goods  to  be  conveyed  to  and  sold  at  York,  Newcfl,stle  upon  Tyne  and 
other  parts  of  the  North,  he  having  found  security  in  the  Chancery  not  to 
take  the  same  elsewhere,  or  to  communicate  with  the  Scots,  or  Flemings. 

Pardon  to  Hugh  de  Mortuo  Mari,  knight,  for  being  a  rebel  and  for  his 
adherence  to  the  rebels.  By  K. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 
Norwich  by  Simon  le  Barber  of  Great  Yarmouth  of  a  messuage  in  Great 
Yarmouth,  of  the  value  of  Gd,  a  year  as  appears  by  inquisition  taken  by 
Master  John  Wale  way  n,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent,  to  hold  in 
part  satisfaction  of  a  licence  to  acquire  lands  and  rents  to  the  value  of  20/. 
a  year. 

Pardon  to  John  de  Eirkobride  and  Maud  his  wife  for  acquiring  without 
licence  for  their  lives  the  manor  of  Grove,  held  in  chief  as  of  the  honor  of 
Tykhull,  as  appears  by  inquisition  taken  by  Thomas  de  Burgh,  king's  clerk, 
escheator  od  this  side  Trent,  from  Eustace  de  Morteyn,  subject  to  rendering 
81.  a  year  to  him  for  their  lives  ;  with  restitution  of  the  same. 

By  fine  of  1  mark. 

Protection  with  clause  iwliunus  for  one  year  for  Henry  do  Derby,  parson 
of  the  church  of  Burton  Pidse. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned,  viz. — 

William  de  Brunneby,  parson  of  the  church  of  St.  Peter,  Torkesey. 
John  Eeyser,  a  native  and  merchant  of  the  town  of  Newerk. 
Robert  Lovet,  parson  of  the  church  of  Asshewell. 

William  de  Thorntoft. 

John  de  Weston. 

Hugh  de  Louesford. 

William  de  Bevercote,  parson  of  St.  Peter's,  Norhampton. 

The  same  William,  prebendary  of  Rampton  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary, 

Suwell. 
Olive,  late  the  wife  of  Robert  Morian  of  Gresseby. 

The  archbishop  of  Rouen  and  the  dean  and  chapter  of  St.  Mary's, 
Rouen. 

Nicholas  de  Sanoto  Marco. 

Elizabeth,  late  the  wife  of  John  de  Burgo,  has  letters  nominating  John 
de  Balscote  and  Robert  de  Enaresburgh  her  attorneys  in  Lreland  for  two 
years. 


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229 


1322. 
Dec.  10. 

Haddlosey. 

Dec.  19. 
Haddlescy. 


Dec.  17. 
Haddlesey. 


Dec.  20. 

Iladfllescy. 

Dec.  20. 
Haddlesey. 


Dec.  23. 

York. 


Dec.  26. 

York. 


Dec.  28. 

Y'ork. 


Membrane  10 — cnnU 

Licence  for  the  prior  and  convent  of  Markeby  to  appropriate  in  mortmain 
the  church  of  Mumby,  in  the  diocese  of  Lincoln,  which  is  of  their  own 
advowson.  By  fine  of  20  marks. 

Writ  of  aid  directed  to  the  justiciary  and  treasurer  of  Ireland  for  the 
servants  whom  Edward,  earl  of  Chester,  the  king's  son,  is  sending  to  Ireland 
to  purvey  corn  and  other  dead  stock  and  to  convey  the  same  to  Wales  and  the 
county  of  Chester  for  the  munition  of  his  castles  there.  By  K. 

Grant  for  life  for  Geoffrey  de  Mildeuhale,  king's  yeoman,  marshal  of  the 
king's  hall,  of  the  lands  in  Whatton,  co.  Leicester,  late  of  Willium  de 
Bredon,  a  rebel,  and  which  as  an  escheat  have  come  into  the  king's  hands. 

By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  roliimu,%  until  Whitsuntide,  for  R.  bishop  of 
Winchester,  staying  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service.  By  K. 

Signification  to  J.  bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells  of  the  royal  assent  to  the 
election  of  Walter  de  Tanton,  prior  of  Glastonbury,  to  be  abbot  of  that 
house.  By  p.s. 

Writ  de  intendemlo  for  Adam  le  Keu,  appointe<l  by  Stephen  de  Abyndon, 
king's  Serjeant  and  butler,  to  be  his  deputy  during  his  pleasure  in  the  ports 
of  the  county  of  Devon. 

Writ  of  aid,  until  Michaelmas,  for  John  de  Bury,  serjeant  of  Queen 
Isabella,  charged  by  the  steward  of  her  household  and  the  keeper  of  her 
wardrobe  to  provide  lodging  for  her  company  and  horses.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  following : — 

Master  John  de  la  March,  for  the  sausery. 
John  Cosyn,  for  the  poultry. 
Robert  de  Deuhurst,  for  the  marshalsea. 
Simon  Constantyn,  for  the  pantry  and  buttery. 
Robert  Typetoft,  for  the  marshalsea. 
William  de  Kenyngton,  for  the  marshalsea. 
John  Draper,  for  the  poultry. 
Adam  du  Chastiel,  for  the  sausery. 
Ralph  de  Wendovre,  for  the  great  kitchen. 
Roger  Pate,  for  the  office  of  baker. 
John  de  Wyseberwe,  for  the  great  kitchen. 
William  de  Brudeport,  for  the  hall  and  chamber. 
Hugh  de  Lyncestre,  for  the  scullery. 
John  Curtois,  for  the  scullery. 
John  Russel,  for  the  hall  and  chamber. 
John  de  Astwyk,  for  lodging  the  company  and  horses. 
Robert  le  Parker,  porter  (Janitor)  of  the  queen,  for  making  purveyance  of 
carriage  and  harness. 

Simple  protection,  until  Michaelmas,  for  William  de  Boudon,  clerk,  going 
on  pilgrimage  to  Santiago  to  fulfil  a  vow  made  by  Queen  Isabella.     By  p.s. 
Safe-conduct  for  him  going  as  above. 

Pardon  to  Giles  de  Wathesham  for  acquiring  without  licence  for  life 
from  Walter,  late  bishop  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  the  manors  of  Fulbrok 
and  Westhall,  held  in  chief  as  of  the  honor  of  St.  Valeir,  and  the  manor  of 
Upledecumbe,  held  in  chief  as  the  honor  of  Walyngford,  as  appears  by 
inquisition  made  by  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond 
Trent ;  with  restitution  of  the  same ;  licence  also  for  the  said  Giles  to  grant 


280  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1  Qoo  Membrane  10 — emit. 

the  manors  of  Fulbrok  and  Westhall  for  his  said  hfe  to  Hugh  le  Despenser, 
oarl  of  Winchester,  in  exchange  for  the  manor  of  Bernewell,  co.  Northamp- 
ton, and  for  lOL  of  rent  issuing  out  of  the  manor  of  Kerreseye  co.  Suffolk, 
both  which  manors  are  held  in  chief.  By  K. 

Dec.  28.  Protection  with  clause  nolumm  for  one  year  for  Thomas  de  Brayboef. 

York. 

The  like  for  the  following,  viz. — 

Hugh  de  Fen  ton  of  *  Burton  in  the  Clay.* 

Isabel  de  Sutton. 

Richard  de  Hoton,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Westmarkham. 

Robert  de  Nevill,  parson  of  the  church  of  Faldyngworth. 

Adam  de  Brom. 

John  de  Langeton,  clerk. 

Ranulph  de  Charrum. 

Richard  de  Clif,  parson  of  the  church  of  S'uthwarneburne. 

John  de  Herdwarstok,  parson  of  the  church  of  Stirston. 

William  de  Clif\ 

J6hn  de  Thorp. 

Master  John  de  Blebury,  intendant  upon  the  king's  service. 

James  de  Moun,  parson  of  the  church  of  Brumpton. 

Philip  de  la  Lee,  chaplain,  and  William  le  Archer. 

Richard  de  Longedon,  parson  of  the  church  of  Staunton. 

Margaret  de  Moeles. 

William  Inge,  archdeacon  of  Surrey. 

Eleanor  de  Courtenaye. 

William  Bareyl  of  Grymesby. 

William  de  Baiocis,  parson  of  the  church  of  Burton  by  Lincoln. 

Dec.  22.  The  dean  and  chapter  of  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Rouen. 

York. 

Dec.  28.  Mandate  to  John  de  Lortie  and  John  de  Say  to  deliver  the  castle  of 

York.         Bruggewater  with  its  armour  and  victuals  by  indenture  to  John  de  Bello 

Campo  of  Somerseto,  to  whom  on  the  1st  December  last  the  king  granted 

during  pleasure  the  custody  of  the  said  castle,  then  in  his  hands,  so  that 

he  answer  for  its  issues  at  the  Exchequer.  By  K. 


MEMBRANE    9. 

Dec.  80.  Appointment  during  pleasure  of  John  lo  Forester  to  the  bailiwick  of  the 

York.         forestership  of  the  chacos  and  parks  of  Tuttobury,  with  the  usual  wages. 

ByK. 
Mandate  in  pursuance  to  Roger  de  Beler,  keeper  of  the  castle  of  Tutte- 
bury,  to  cause  him  to  have  the  said  custody. 

The  like  to  \Villiam  Davy,  the  king's  receiver  of  Tuttebury,  to  pay  the 
said  John  his  wages  out  of  the  issues  of  his  bailiwick. 

Dec.  80.  Appointment  during  pleasure  of  John  de  Rythre,  king's  yeoman,  to  bo 

York.  '  viewer  and  chief  keeper  of  vert  and  venison  in  the  parks  and  chaces  on 
this  side  Trent,  late  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  and  other  rebels,  which 
by  forfeiture  have  come  into  the  king's  hands. 

1  >y  p.s.,  and  afterwards  by  K.  on  the  information  of  R.  de  Ayremynne. 

Deo.  80.  Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke,  to  William 

York.         de  Yapinton  for  the  death  of  Thomas  Mepep. 


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281 


1322. 


Dec.  80. 

York. 


1323. 

Jan.  1. 
Haddlesey. 

1322. 

Dec.  80. 

Tork. 

1323. 

Jan.  8. 
Cowick. 


Membrane  9 — cont. 

Grant  to  Anthony  de  Lucy — to  hold  until  he  shall  be  fully  satisfied  in 
the  sum  of  818Z.  8J</.  in  which  the  king  is  bound  to  him,  viz.,  in  25Z.  for 
replacing  the  horses  which  died  in  the  king's  service  at  Carlisle  in  the  months 
of  July  and  August,  9  Edward  II,  and  in  288^.  Sid.  for  the  wages  of 
himself  and  of  the  men  at  arms,  hobelers,  crossbowmen  and  footmen 
staying  with  him  in  the  munition  of  the  castle  and  town  of  Carlisle 
between  4  August  and  8  April  in  the  year  12  Edward  II,  at  which 
time  the  said  Anthony  was  keeper  of  the  said  castle  and  town,  as  appears 
in  two  bills  of  the  Wardrobe,  one  under  the  seals  of  Robert  de  Wodehous 
and  Richard  de  Feryby,  king's  clerks,  lately  supplying  the  place  of 
William  de  Melton,  archbishop  of  York,  then  keeper  of  the  Wardrobe,  for 
the  said  sum  of  251, ,  and  the  other  under  the  seal  of  Roger  de  Northburgh, 
bishop  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  afterwards  keeper  of  the  said  Wardrobe 
for  the  latter  sum,  which  the  said  Anthony  delivered  into  the  Chancery, 
— of  the  custody  of  the  town  of  Great  Salkyld,  co.  Cumberland,  the  farm 
of  the  manor  of  Ulvedale,  co.  Cumberland,  and  402.  a  year  to  be  received 
by  the  hands  of  Thomas  de  Wake  out  of  the  90/.  a  year  which  the  said 
Thomas  renders  at  the  Exchequer  for  the  manors  of  Ekynton  and  Eyrkeby, 
held  by  him  of  the  king's  grant.  By  p.s. 

Appointment  of  Master  Philip  le  Con  vers,  treasurer  of  Reyns,  Sir  John 
de  Castre,  knight,  seneschal  of  Ponthieu,  Sir  John  de  Launge,  knight,  Sir 
Thomas  de  Lundres,  receiver  of  Ponthieu,  and  Nicholas  de  Gayton,  clerk, 
to  be  the  king's  attorneys  in  his  place  and  name  in  his  county  of  Ponthieu 
and  Monstroil  with  full  power  and  authority  to  bound,  limit  and  define  for 
the  king  and  in  his  name  throughout  the  said  county  of  Ponthieu  and 
Monstroil  in  fiefs  and  arriere-fiefs  of  the  same  to  be  on  his  side  in  the 
bounding,  limiting  and  defining  which  is  to  be  done  by  the  people  of  the 
court  of  France  between  the  fiefs  and  arnerc-jlefs  of  the  king's  said  county 
and  the  fiefs  and  arrihe-fiefs  of  other  lords,  whoever  they  may  be,  which 
march  with  the  fiefs  and  arriere-Jiefs  of  the  king's  said  county,  to  treat 
and  make  agreements  with  all  manner  of  religious  and  other  persons  against 
whom  the  king  has  pleas  on  account  of  his  said  county,  to  produce  witnesses 
and  bounders  and  to  take  thom  around  in  the  above-mentioned  cases,  to  contro- 
vert the  witnesses  and  bounders  of  the  other  side,  to  approve  or  dispute  as 
they  may  think  proper  the  bounds  and  limitations,  to  set  and  replace  good  posts 
and  boundaries,  to  act  for  the  king  as  above  in  all  places,to  depute  other  person 
or  persons  in  their  places  to  act  in  the  king's  name  when  necessary,  which 
said  persons  are  to  have  the  same  powers  as  the  king  has  granted  to  his 
said  attorneys,  and  generally  to  act  as  if  the  king  himself  were  present,  and 
whatever  the  above-mentioned  persons,  or  their  deputies,  may  do  in  the 
above  matters  the  king  will  confirm  and  establish,  and  further  he  binds  him- 
self to  do  so  by  everything  he  has  in  the  said  county  of  Ponthieu.     French. 

ByK. 

Presentation  of  Richard  de  Suththorp  to  the  church  of  Wilden  in  the 
diocese  of  Lincoln. 

Safe-conduct,  until  Whit  Sunday,  for  Master  Gilbert  de  Yarewell,  king's 
clerk,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  business. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus,  for  one  year,  for  the  men  whom  Richard 
de  Emeldon,  mayor  of  the  town  of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne,  is  sending  to 
divers  parts  of  the  realm  to  buy  corn  and  other  victuals  and  convey  the 
same  to  that  town  for  the  maintenance  of  himself  and  his  men  with  him 


232 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  UOLLS. 


1323. 


Jan.  10. 
Cowiok. 


Membrane  9 — cont, 

in  the  munition  thereof,  he  having  found  security  in  the  chancery  not  to 
take  the  same  elsewhere  and  not  to  communicate  with  the  Scots  or 
Flemings. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  Easter  for  John  de  Neuby,  staying 
on  the  king's  service  in  the  munition  of  the  castle  of  Alnewyk.  By  K. 


Jan.  14. 
Cowick. 


Jan.  10. 

Cowick. 


Jan.  8. 
Haddlcsey. 


Jan.  8. 

Iladdlescy. 


Jan.  22. 
Stow  Park 


The  like  for  the  following  staying  on  the  king's  service  in  the  said 
castle  * 

Walter  do  Crek.  By  K. 

William  de  Malton.  By  K, 

The  like  for  the  following  staying  in  the  parts  of  Carlisle  on  the  king's 
service,  viz. — 

Anthony  de  Luscy.  By  p.s. 

Robert  de  Welle.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  all  sheriffs  and  bailiffs  to  arrest  James  de  Redyng,  servant  of 
the  king's  merchants,  Bonus  Philippi  and  his  fellows,  merchants  of  the 
society  of  the  Bardi  of  Florence,  who  of  the  king's  assignment  have  received 
money  out  of  the  customs  in  certain  places  of  the  realm  for  the 
king's  affairs,  sent  by  them  to  Dover  to  receive  251.  assigned  to  them 
out  of  the  said  customs  and  to  take  the  same  to  Whitsand  for  transacting  the 
king's  business ;  the  said  James  having  received  the  money  neglected  the 
business  and  has  since  wandered  about  the  realm  from  place  (patria)  to 
place  spending  the  said  money ;  the  said  arrest  is  to  be  made,  at  the  suit 
of  any  one  of  the  said  merchants  or  their  deputies,  and  when  made  the 
king  is  to  be  certified  thereof.  By  K. 

Appointment,  oSter  recital  that  the  king  has  been  informed  that  divers 
persons  in  the  counties  of  Worcester,  Gloucester,  Wilts  and  Southampton 
have  been  maliciously  indicted  for  adherence  to  Robert  Lewer,  a  rebel,  now 
deceased,  for  which  they  have  been  imprisoned,  and  their  lands  and  goods 
seized  into  the  king's  hands,  and  some  of  their  goods  taken  and  carried 
away  by  certain  of  his  ministers  and  further  that  the  persons  so  accused  are 
ready  to  stand  their  trial,  of  Master  John  de  Blebury  and  Thomas  de 
Evesham,  king's  clerks,  to  release  such  persons  from  prison  upon  sufficient 
security  to  answer  to  the  king  as  well  for  their  debts  and  goods  so  taken 
into  his  hands  and  the  issues  of  the  said  lands,  if  such  ought  to  pertain  to 
him,  as  for  their  adherence  aforesaid,  to  restore  lands  so  taken  into  his 
hands,  and  to  enquire  what  goods  of  such  persons  have  been  taken  and 
carried  away  by  his  ministers  or  others,  and  to  certify  him  thereof.  They 
are  not  to  intermeddle  with  any  persons  who  were  personally  present  with 
the  said  Robert  in  the  commission  of  his  crimes  and  on  that  account  have 
been  taken  and  detained :  and  sheriffs,  constables,  and  bailiffs  are  at  the 
mandate  of  the  king's  said  clerks  to  cause  all  persons  so  indicted  and 
detained  in  prison  in  their  custody  to  come  before  the  said  clerks;  and 
their  lands  and  goods  to  be  restored  to  them.  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  rogamus  for  one  year  for  the  master  and  brethren 
of  the  hospital  of  God's  House  of  Dunwich,  who  have  fallen  into  debt,  their 
lands  and  possessions. 

Eleanor,  late  the  wife  of  Thomas  de  Multon  of  Egremound,  staying  in 
England,  has  letters  nominating  Henry  de  Lucy  and  John  de  Egremound 
her  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part   1.  288 


1323. 


Membrane  9 — cmfU. 


Jan.  18.  Simple  protection,  without  clause,  for  one  year,  for  Robert  de  Thorp, 

Stow  Park,     going  to  the  Court  of  Rome.  By  p.s. 

Jan.  17.  Protection  with  clause  noliwuiSy  for  one  year,  for  John  de  Greneford, 

Stow  Park,     parson  of  the  church  of  Hadelcgh. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned,  viz. — 
William  de  Holyns,  clerk. 
A[l]an,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Burnham. 
Edmund  de  Grymesby,  parson  of  the  church  of  Estirkelo. 


j^322  MEMBRANE    8 

Dec.  80.  Prohibition  against  holding  a  tournament  at  Neuport,  co.  Stafford  (aw), 

York.         and  appointment  of  Henry  de  Thrapston,  clerk,  and  Bortrand  de  la  More, 

king^s  Serjeant  at  arms,  to  attach  all  persons  offending,  and  to  seize  their 

horses  and  harness.      [Ftrdera;  Pari.  JVrits,]  By  K. 

Dec.  80.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 

York.  Henton  by  John  de  Sobbury  and  Roger  de  Cumpton  of  6  acres  of 
pasture,  12  acres  of  wood  and  12d.  of  rent  in  Henton,  to  find  a  chaplain 
to  celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  church  of  the  priory  for  the  souls  of 
the  grantors,  their  ancestors  and  all  the  faithful  departed  ;  also  for  the  said 
John  and  Roger  to  grant  their  reversion  in  15  acres  of  land,  1  acre  of 
meadow  and  7  acres  of  pasture  there,  which  John  de  Ifford  and  Cicely  his 
wife,  William  son  of  the  said  John,  and  Margery  sister  of  the  same  William, 
hold  for  their  lives  of  the  inheritance  of  the  said  grantors  to  hold  for  the 
same  purpose.  By  fine  of  20«. 

Dec.  30.  Grant  to  Robert  de  Hausted  of  the  custody  of  the  lands  late  of  John 

York.  Trym,  tenant  in  chief,  to  hold,  during  the  minority  of  John  his  son  and 
heir,  with  knij^hts'  fees,  advowsons  of  churches  and  other  things  belonging  to 
the  said  custody,  together  with  the  marriage  of  the  said  heir ;  and  in  case  of 
the  death  of  the  heir  before  he  shall  be  of  full  age  and  shall  be  married  by 
the  said  Robert,  his  heir  being  a  minor,  then  the  said  Robert  shall  have 
the  custody  of  the  said  lands  and  the  marriage  of  the  heir,  and  so  from 
heir  to  heir  successively.  By  p.s. 

1323. 

Jan.  4.  Presentation  of   Master  John  de  Aslakby  to  the  church  of  Cotes  in  the 

York.  diocese  of  Ely,  void  by  the  resignation  of  William  de  Aslakeby,  the  last 
rector,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the  land  and  heir  of 
John  Dengayn,  tenant  in  chief. 

1322.  ^  ^ 

Dec.  27.  The  like  of  Robert  de  Kybbeworth  to  the  church  of    Laghton  in  the 

York.         diocese  of  Lincoln. 

1323. 

Jan.  2.  Appointment  during  pleasure  of  John  de  Lillebum  to  the  keeping  of  the 

Cowick.        corpus  of  the  castle  of  Dunstanburgh.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Roger  Mauduyt  to  permit  him  to  hold  the  said  corpu$  and 
not  intermeddle  further  with  the  custody  thereof. 

1322. 

Dec.  80.  Protection  until  Michaelmas  for  Benedict  de  Grymeston  and  others  sent 

York.  by  the  mayor  and  commonalty  of  the  city  of  York  with  four  carts  to  carry 
stone  from  the  quarry  of  Thcnasdale  to  the  water  of  Tadecastie  to  repair  the 
walls  of  the  city. 


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CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323. 

Jan.  6. 
Cowick. 


Jan.  8. 
Cowick. 


Jan.  8. 
Cowick. 


Jan.  16. 
Cowick. 


Jan.  17. 
Stow  Park. 


Jan.  18. 
Stow  Park. 


Jan.  19. 
Stow  Park 


Membrane  8 — cont. 

Writ  deintendendo  directed  to  the  barons  of  the  port  of  Dover  for  William 
Wolf,  whom  Edmund  de  Wodestok,  the  king's  brother,  to  whom  the  king 
has  granted  during  pleasure  the  custody  of  the  said  port,  has  appointed  his 
deputy  in  that  bailiwick. 

Pardon  to  Richard  son  of  Henry  the  miller  (nwlewUnar)  of  Roderham 
for  the  death  of  William  son  of  Margery  de  Roderham,  and  of  any 
consequent  outlawry.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  Roger  de  Hay  ton  juxta  Lodelowe  for  the  death  of  Stephen 
de  la  Mare  and  of  any  consequent  outlawry.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  the  earls,  barons  and  others  of  the  counties  of  Cumberland, 
Westmoreland  and  Northumberland  and  other  places  in  the  Marches  of 
Scotland  to  hold  no  treaty  of  truce  with  the  Scots  until  the  king  has  been 
consulted,  as  that  would  be  to  his  dishonour ;  mandate  also  to  Andrew  de 
Harcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  to  inform  the  king  without  delay  of  the  terms  of 
the  said  truce,  upon  receipt  of  which  information  he  will  not  delay  to 
ordain  what  is  to  be  done  for  his  honour  and  advantage.    [Firdera,']     By  K. 

Memorarulum  :  The  writ  to  the  said  earl  concerning  this  is  enrolled  on  the 
dorse  of  the  Close  roll  under  the  same  date.      [Firdera,] 

Mandate  for  two  years  to  all  sheriffs  and  bailiffs,  on  complaint  by  the 
master  and  brethren  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Thomas  the  Martyr  of  the  Danes 
(Dacorum)  in  the  city  of  London,  to  arrest  persons  pretending  to  be  proctors 
of  that  hospital  collecting  alms,  who  have  no  letters  testimonial  of  the 
hospital. 

Writ  of  aid  directed  to  all  persons  of  the  counties  of  Oxford,  Berks, 
Wilts  and  Buckingham  and  elsewhere  for  Richard  Damery,  steward  of  the 
Household,  appointed  to  besiege  the  castle  of  Walyngford  and  to  arrest  all 
rebels  who  have  entered  therein.      [Farl,  Writs,]  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  sheriff  of  Oxford  and  Berks. 

The  like  to  the  above- written  sheriffs  separately.      [Farl,  Writs.] 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 
St.  Mary's,  York,  of  divers  parcels  of  laud,  messuages  and  rents,  by  Roger 
son  of  Ralph  *  of  the  Halle '  of  Gereford  of  1  messuage,  1  toft,  80  acres  of 
land,  8i  acres  of  wood,  6s.  6^/.  of  rent,  a  rent  of  a  clove  gilly-flower,  a  needle 
{actis)  and  a  rose  in  Gereford,  by  Nicholas  de  Miton,  chaplain,  of  a  toft  and 
h^  acres  of  land  in  Miton,  by  John  Rabot  of  3  messuages  and  6  acres  of 
land  m  Bouthum  and  Miton,  by  Master  Roger  de  Gillyng,  vicar  of  the  church 
of  Bryniston,  of  2  messuages  and  18  acres  of  land  in  Routheclyf  by  York, 
which  are  of  their  own  fee,  and  are  worth,  beyond  the  said  rent,  46s.  a 
year  as  appears  by  inquisitions  taken  thereof,  to  hold  in  part  satisfaction 
of  a  licence,  dated  12  March  2  Edward  II  to  acquire  lands  to  the  value 
of  186/.  lOs.  lOrf.,  being  the  residue  of  a  licence  to  acquire  lands  to  the 
value  of  200^.  a  year  granted  to  them,  upon  their  petition,  by  Edward  I  in 
the  Parliament  at  Lincoln. 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  William  le  Latimer,  to  be  keeper  of  the 
city  of  York,  provided  he  retains  with  him  20  men  at  arms  at  the  king's 
wages,  for  the  better  keeping  of  the  said  city  ;  power  also  for  him  to  punish 
those  whom  he  shall  find  disobedient  in  what  concerns  the  said  custody  of 
the  city.  By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid  for  him  to  the  mayor,  bailiffs  and  whole  commonalty  of  the 
said  city. 


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285 


1323. 

Jan.  8. 
Iladdlesej. 


Jan.  10. 
Stow  Park. 


Jan.  19. 
Stow  Park. 


Jan.  18. 
Stow  Park. 


MEMBRANE    7. 

Mandate  to  Thomas  Wake,  after  recital  of  the  mandate  of  10  December 

[p.  226]  to  hasten  the  array  of  the  levies  in  Holderncsse  and  the  Estrith- 

ing ;  the  musters  are  to  be  at  York  by  the  Purification.    [Pari.  Writs,'\   By  K. 

The  like  to  all  the  commissioners  before  mentioned  [pp.  226-227] ,  with 

the  following  note,  viz. —  By  K. 

Afterwards,  on  16  January  next,  John  de  Morteyn  was  appointed  to 

assess  and  levy  the  tenth  and  sixth  in  the  county  of  Bedford  and  the 

sheriff  was  commanded  to  lead  the  levies  in  his  place.    [Pari.  Writs.] 

Licence  for  Ralph  de  Camoys  to  enfeoff  John  de  Hampton  and  Peter  de 
Gosele  of  his  manor  of  Elenge,  co.  Southampton,  held  in  chief,  and  for 
them  to  re-grant  the  same  to  the  said  Ralph  and  Elizabeth  his  wife  and 
the  heirs  of  Ralph.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  nolmnim  for  one  year  for  Thomas  de  Whitene, 
parson  of  a  moiety  of  the  church  of  Tweng. 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned  [the  names  are  omitted]. 

Pardon  to  Peter  de  Roches,  William  Sauvage  of  Styvynton  and  Joan  his 
wife  for  acquiring  without  licence  to  themselves  and  the  heirs  of  the  said 
William  a  messuage  and  a  virgate  of  land  in  Northocle,  held  in  chief,  from 
Margaret  de  Wyndesore,  who  had  acquired  the  same  without  licence  from 
Andrew  de  Stroude.  By  fine  of  1  mark. 


Jan.  28. 
Newark. 


Jan.  80. 
Newark. 


Jan.  28. 

Newark. 


Feb.  1 . 

Newark. 


Jan.  80. 
Newark. 


Feb.  2. 

Newark. 


MEMBRANE    6. 

Safe-conduct  until  a  fortnight  after  Easter  for  John  Alberici  and  Peter  de 
Vitreio,  Friars  Preachers,  going  to  John  de  Britannia,  earl  of  Richemund, 
detained  a  prisoner  by  the  Scots.  "  By  K, 

The  like,  until  Easter,  for  Ralph  do  Richerville,  going  to  Sir  Robert 
Bertrandi,  knight,  detained  a  prisoner  by  the  Scots. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Protection  and  safe-conduct  for  H.  bishop  of  Lincoln,  going  by  command 
of  Pope  J[ohn]  to  the  court  of  Rome  to  present  himself  to  his  Holiness. 

ByK. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Walter  de  Wogan,  to  be  a  justice  to 
hold  the  pleas  following  the  justiciary  of  Ireland,  with  the  usual  fee. 

Mandate  to  Roger  de  Birthorp  to  deliver  to  the  same  Walter  the  said 
office  and  all  the  things  pertaining  thereto  which  are  in  his  custody. 

Safe-conduct  for  two  years  for  Nicholas  de  Myngges,  merchant  of 
Portugal,  his  men  and  servants,  coming  into  the  realm  to  trade,  provided 
he  pay  the  usual  customs. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok* 

Licence  for  Alexander  de-  Carleton  to  enfeoff  Robert  de  Morby  of  a 
messuage,  6  tofts,  20  bovates  of  land,  and  ^s.  Id.  of  rent  in  Bonnewyk,  co. 
York,  held  in  chief,  to  hold  to  him  and  his  heirs.  By  p.s. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  Otto  de  Grandissono,  keeper  of  the  islands 
of  Gerneroye,  Jereseye,  Serk  and  Aureneye  and  all  bailiffs  and  lieges 
thereof  in  favour  of  Gerard  Dorons  and  Robert  de  Kelleseye,  appointed  by 
the  king  to  enquire  into  the  following  matter.    On  aocoont  of  various 


236 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323. 


Feb.  4. 

NorwcU 

fNorthwell). 

Feb.  8. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  8. 
Pontefract 

Feb.  17. 
Pontefraot. 

Feb.  11. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  9. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  11. 
Pontefract. 

Feb.  11. 
Pontefract. 


Membrane   6 — cont. 

errors  in  the  records  and  processes  held  before  William  de  Bourne  and  his 
fellows  late  justices  sent  to  those  islands,  the  king  caused  the  said  records 
and  processes  to  come  before  him,  and  on  examination  thereof  it  was  found 
that  the  said  justices  had  without  warrant  adjudged  divers  manors,  lands 
and  tenements  to  men  suing  for  them,  and  such  judgments,  in  so  far  as 
they  effected  the  disherison  of  the  king,  were  revoked  by  judgment  of  the 
King's  Court,  whereupon  the  king  by  divers  writs  commanded  the  said  Otto 
to  resume  the  said  manors,  lands  and  tenements  into  the  king's  hands 
together  with  the  sums  of  money  which  had  been  adjudged  by  the  said 
justices  to  complainants  as  damages,  and  the  king  has  been  informed  that 
certain  of  the  islanders  prevented  the  ministers  of  the  said  Otto,  charged 
by  him  with  the  execution  of  the  king's  mandates,  from  executing  the 
same.  The  above  commissioners  are  therefore  to  enquire  into  the  names 
of  persons  so  resisting,  and  where  and  what  kind  of  resistance  they  made. 

ByC. 

Mandate,  until  the  octave  of  Easter,  to  constables  of  castles  in  the 
North,  to  lodge  for  greater  security  Henry,  lord  of  Suylly,  and  the  men  of 
his  company  going  to  Scotland.  By  K. 

The  like  for  Henry  Deyngeux,  knight,  whom  K.  king  of  France  and 
Navarre  is  sending  to  Scotland  on  his  business. 

Safe-conduct  for  the  horseman  and  two  footmen  whom  Henry,  lord  de 
Suyly,  detained  a  prisoner  by  the  Scots,  is  sending  on  his  affairs  from 
Scotland  to  the  realm,  who  are  to  return  to  him.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  two  footmen  whom  the  said  Henry  is  sending  into  Eng- 
land. By  K. 

Protection  and  safe-conduct  for  Henry,  lord  of  Suyly,  his  men,  and 
horses  and  harness,  going  to  Scotland.  By  K. 

The  like  for  Henry  Deyngeux,  knight,  whom  K.  king  of  France  and 
Navarro  is  sending  to  Scotland  on  his  business.  By  K. 

The  like  safe-conduct  for  Ralph  do  Joyak,  knight,  whom  the  king  of 
France  and  Navarre  is  sending  to  Scotland  as  above.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  rwlnmm  for  one  year  from  the  prior  of  St.  Oswald's, 
Nostel. 

The  like  for  the  following,  viz. — 
William  Lovel. 

The  prior  of  Christchurch  Twynham. 
Thomas  de  Tochewyk,  clerk. 

Thomas  de  Newehagh,  parson  of  the  church  of  Haukeswell. 
Robert  de  Silkeston. 

William  de  Grendale,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wresel. 
Nicholas  Belou,  parson  of  the  church  of  Burwaremersh. 

Pardon  at  the  request  of  Robert  de  Watevill  to  Ralph  Giffard  for  his 
adherence  to  the  rebels,  with  restitution  of  his  lands  and  goods,  which  had 
been  taken  into  the  king's  hands.  By  p.s. 

Presentation  of  Henry  de  Thrapston  to  the  church  of  Gamelston,  in  the 
diocese  of  York,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the  land  and 
heir  of  Gerard  de  Chancy,  tenant  in  chief.  By  p.s. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Anthony  de  Lucy  to  the  custody  of  the 
city  of  Carlisle.  By  K. 

Writ  of  aid  for  him,  directed  to  the  bailiffs,  good  men  and  others  of  that 
city.  By  K 


16  EDWARD  n— Pabt  1. 


287 


1323. 

Feb.  12. 
Pontefraot. 


Feb.  16. 
Pontefroct* 


Feb.   2. 

Newark. 


Feb.  12. 

Pontcfnict. 


Membrane  6 — cant. 

Protection  with  clause  volwnus,  until  Whitsunday,  for  John  de  Warenna, 
earl  of  Surrey,  going  to  the  Marches  of  Scotland  on  the  king's  service. 

ByK. 

The  like  for  Ralph  de  Cobham,  going  in  the  company  of  the  said  earl  on 
the  king's  service.  By  testimony  of  the  earl. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned  going  with  the  earl,  viz. — 
Thomas  de  Ponynges. 
Alan  Talbot. 
Thomas  de  Nerford. 
Simon  de  Perpount. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Robert  de  Echyngh[am]  appointed  to  arrest  and  attach 
Roger  de  Swynuerton,  knight,  and  Richard  de  Whethale,  to  seize  their 
goods  into  the  king's  hand,  and  to  deliver  them  and  their  goods  for  safe 
custody  to  the  sheriff  or  bailiffs  of  the  places  where  the  arrests  shall  be 
effected.  By  K. 

The  like  for  John  de  Enefeld  and  Edmund  Provost,  appointed  to  arrest 
the  same  persons.  By  K. 

John,  bishop  of  Ely,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service,  has 
letters  nominating  John  de  Heslarton  and  John  de  Ousthorp  his  attorneys 
in  England  until  All  Saints. 

Protection  with  clause  volumiis  for  the  said  bishop. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  with  him : — 
John  do  Hothum,  the  younger. 
John  de  Trumpyngton. 
John  de  Ros. 

Grant  to  Robert  de  Insula  of  the  custody  of  the  lands  late  of  Robert 
Peverel  and  Walter,  late  bishop  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  deceased, 
tenants  in  chief,  and  which  by  reason  of  the  minority  of  Edmund  son  and 
heir  of  the  said  Robert  and  nephew  and  heir  of  the  said  Walter,  are  in  the 
king's  hands,  to  hold  to  the  full  age  of  the  heir,  together  with  his  marriage, 
and  in  case  of  the  death  of  the  heir  before  attaining  full  age  or  being 
married,  then  the  said  Robert  shall  have  the  successive  custody  of  the 
next  heir  with  his  marriage.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  escheator  beyond  Trent,  to  deliver 
to  the  said  Robert  the  said  lands  and  the  body  of  the  said  heir  to  be 
married. 

The  like  to  Thomas  de  Burgh,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent. 

Licence  for  John  son  of  John  de  Wheston  of  Hereby  to  grant  in  fee 
simple  to  William  de  Herle  and  Margaret  his  wife  his  reversion  in  a  moiety 
of  a  messuage,  8  tofts,  5  acres  of  meadow,  10  acres  of  wood,  28.  of  rent  and 
40  acres  8  virgates  and  a  moiety  of  a  virgate  of  land  in  Hereby,  held  in 
chief  as  of  the  honor  of  Peverel,  which  John  de  Wheston  of  Hereby,  the 
elder,  holds  by  the  law  of  England  of  the  inheritance  of  the  said  John  son 
of  John ;  and  in  the  other  moiety  thereof  which  the  said  John  de  Wheston 
holds  for  life  of  the  said  inheritance.  By  fine  of  i  mark. 

Licence  for  John  de  Sancto  Johanne  to  enfeoff  William  de  Sancto 
Johanne,  parson  of  the  church  of  Romesbury,  of  the  manor  of  Chauton, 
held  in  chief,  and  for  the  latter  to  re-grant  it  to  the  said  John  and  Isabella 
his  wife  and  the  heirs  of  their  bodies,  with  remainder  to  the  right  heirs  of 
the  said  John.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  B.  de  Baldok. 


238 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323. 

Feb.  17. 

Pontofraot. 


Membrane  6 — cont. 

Presentation  of  John  Hamelyn  to  the  church  of  Penbeir  in  the  diocese  of 
St.  Davids.  By  p.s. 


Jan.  18. 
Stow  Park. 


Jan.  21. 
Stow  Park. 

Jan.  28. 
Stow  Park. 

Jan.  24. 
Newark. 


Feb.   2. 
Newark. 


Jan.  21. 

Stow  Park. 


Jan.  80. 
Stow  Park. 


Jan.  80. 
Stow  Park. 


Feb.  18. 
Stow  Park. 


MEMBRANE   5. 

Coniirmation  of  a  demise  at  farm  made  by  Richard  de  Whatton  and  John 
de  Wylugheby,  appointed  to  let  for  three  years  from  Michaelmas  next,  lands 
of  rebels  in  the  counties  of  Northampton  and  Rutland  in  the  king's  hands, 
to  William  de  Everdon,  king's  clerk,  of  the  manor  of  Little  Preston  for 
such  period,  subject  to  a  rent  of  IQl.  a  year. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Richard  de  Gloucestre, 
clerk. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned,  viz. — 
The  abbot  of  Cyrencestre,  for  himself  and  his  tenants  of  Rothowell. 

The  bishop  of  St.  Asaph.  By  p.s. 

Thomas  de  Cotyngham,  parson  of  the  church  of  Plumstede  by  Bake- 

nesthorp. 
Theobald  Poleyn,  Serjeant  of  the  Rolls  of  Chancery. 
The  abbot  of  Coggeshale. 

Richard,  a  monk  of  Savigny,  warden  of  the  house  of  Felde  Dallyng. 
The  same  Richard,  warden  of  the  house  of  Long  Benyngton. 
William  Launcelyn. 
Geoffrey  son  of  Alexander  Warde  of  Wetheresfeld. 

John  de  Norton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Great  Bradeleye. 
Thomas  de  Evesham,  clerk,  and  John  de  Baddeby. 
Bertrand  Ferandi,  parson  of  the  church  of  Rodele. 
Henry  de  Toftes. 
Roger  le  Forester  of  Geynesburgh. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  for  one  year  for  Robert  de  Kelsey,  going 
on  the  king's  service  to  the  Islands  of  Gerneseye,  Gereseye,  Serk  and  Auren- 
eye  in  the  company  of  Gerard  Hor[um].  By  p.s. 

Pardon  to  Maud,  late  the  wife  of  John  Bustard,  for  acquiring  without 
licence  in  conjunction  with  her  late  husband  two  parts  of  14  tofts  and 
15  bovates  of  land  in  Bisshopthorp,  held  in  chief,  from  Walter  de  Harom, 
to  hold  to  them  and  the  heirs  of  their  bodies  with  remainder  to  the  right 
heirs  of  the  said  John  ;  with  restitution  of  the  same,  which  as  well  by 
reason  of  the  said  trespass  as  by  the  death  of  the  said  John  had  been  taken 
nto  the  king's  hands.  By  fine  of  20f« 

Writ  of  aid  for  John  le  Barber,  Andrew  Roskyn  and  Richard  de  Mere- 
worth  appointed  to  arrest  Nicholas  de  la  Beche,  knight,  Jakemin  de  Darynton, 
John  de  Hereford,  parson  of  the  church  of  Depedeii,  Robert  de  la  Lee, 
Walter  de  Brawode,  John  de  Goldyngton,  knight,  Thomas  Rocelyn,  knight, 
Robert  de  Burter,  John  de  Rothyng  and  Thomas  de  Engayne.  [rarl, 
Wnts.]  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned,  viz. : — 
Stephen  do  Abyndon  appointed  to  arrest   the   above  Nicholas  and 
Jakemin.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

Robert  de  Rocheford  to  arrest  John  de  Goldyngton,  knight.      [Pari, 
Writs.] 


16  EDWABD  n.— Part  1. 


289 


1323. 

Jan.  80. 
Newark, 


Jau.  80< 
Newark. 


Feb.  9. 

Pontefract. 


Feb.  12. 

PoDtefract. 


Jan.  21. 
Stow  Park. 


Feb.  4. 

Norwell. 


Jan.  80. 
Newark. 


Jan.  26. 

Newark, 


Feb.  1. 

Newark. 


Jan.  20. 
Stow  Park. 

Feb.  2. 
Weston. 


Feb.  4. 

Norwell. 


Jan.  80. 
Newark. 


.     Membrane  6 — cont. 

Mandate  to  the  canons  of  the  free  chapel  of  Hastynges  to  assign  a  stall 
in  the  choir  and  a  place  in  the  chapter  to  William  de  Clyf\  king's  clerk, 
admitted  by  John,  bishop  of  Chichester,  to  the  prebend  of  Crawhurst  in  the 
same  chapel  on  the  king's  presentation  thereto. 

Robert  de  Northburgh,  staying  beyond  the  seas  for  the  sake  of  study,  has 
letters  nominating  John  de  Burgo  and  Robert  de  Pontefracto  his  attorneys 
in  Fittgland  for  three  years. 


The  like  for  the  following,  viz.- 
John  de  Depyng 
Master  Roger  de  Nassyngton 
William  de  Keythorp,  clerk 


[  staying  beyond  the  seas  as  above. 


Master  Richard  Wodelok,  clerk,  staying  beyond  the  seas  for  study,  has 
letters  nominating  Luke  de  Barry  and  John  de  la  Hale  his  attorneys  in 
England  for  two  years. 

Richard  de  Grymeston,  parson  of  the  church  of  Styvelyngflet,  going 
beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating  Henry  de  Moreby  and  Nicholas  de 
Moreby  his  attorneys  in  England  for  three  years. 

Robert  de  Kelleseye,  going  on  the  king's  service  to  the  Islands  of  Gemeseye, 
Gereseye,  Serk  and  Aureneye  in  the  company  of  Gerard  Hor[um]  has  letters 
nominating  John  de  Pirle  and  William  de  Wellee  his  attorneys  for  one 
year. 

Bertrand  Ferrandi,  parson  of  the  church  of  Rothewell,  going  to  Gascony 
on  the  king's  service  until  Midsummer  [tlie  sentence  is  incomplete']. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Presentation  to  Master  Stephen  de  Kynardesleye  to  the  deanery  of  the 
church  of  St.  John,  Chester,  in  the  diocese  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  in 
the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  late  voidance.by  the  bishopric  thereof. 

ByK. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  to  Hugh  de  Mortuo 
Mari,  late  a  rebel,  of  100  marks  of  the  800  marks,  wherein  he  made  fine 
to  save  his  life  and  to  have  his  lands.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus^  until  Midsummer,  for  Robert  de  Calve- 
ton,  taken  by  the  Scots  when  on  the  king's  service  and  detained  a  prisoner 
in  Scotland.  By  K. 

Presentation  of  William  Seward  to  the  church  of  Shirevesneuton  in  the 
diocese  of  Llandaff.  By  p.s. 

Writ  of  aid  for  one  year  fot  John  de  Whitechirch,  whom  the  king  is 
sending  to  purvey  candles  and  other  necessaries  for  the  office  of  the 
chandlery  of  the  Household.  By  E. 

Licence  for  the  abbot  and  convent  of  Bordusheye  to  demise  their  manor 
of  Holeweye  to  Henry  de  Hambury  and  his  heirs  for  a  term  of  80  years. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  R.  de  Baldok. 

Thomas  de  la  Nye.  John  de  Wermwelle  and  Walter  de  Eynarduslegh, 
monks  of  Glastonbury,  bringing  news  of  the  death  of  Walter  de  Tanton, 
lately  elected  abbot  of  that  place  but  who  died  before  the  temporalities  were 
restored  to  him,  have  letters  to  the  sub-prior  and  convent  of  licence  to 
elect.  By  E. 


240 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323. 

Jan.  28. 

Newark. 


Feb.  6. 
Wellow. 


Feb.  10. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.(«c)80. 
Newark. 


Feb.  7. 
Doncaster. 


Feb.  9. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  12. 
Pontefract. 


Membrane  6 — cont. 

Appointment  of  John  de  Hastynges  to  the  keeping  of  the  castle  of 
Kenilworth  until  Easter,  unless  the  king  shall  appoint  another  keeper 
before  that  date^i  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Ranulph  de  Gharroun,  keeper  thereof,  to  deliver  it  to  him 
by  indenture. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  friars  of  the 
August] nian  Order  by  John  de  Longeville,  of  a  messuage  in  Northampton 
in  the  street  called  *  Bryggestrede,'  held  in  burgage,  to  build  an  oratory 
and  houses  for  the  habitation  of  Friars  of  that  Order.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  all  persons  of  the  counties  of  Cumberland,  Westmoreland, 
Lancaster,  York,  Northumberland  and  the  bishopric  of  Durham  to  be  no 
more  attendant  upon  Andrew  de  Harcla,  warden  of  the  Marches,  whom  the 
king  lately  appointed  to  the  keeping  of  the  Marches  and  of  certain  of  the  said 
counties,  he  having  joined  the  Scots  and  entered  into  a  treaty  with  them 
against  the  king.  By  E. 

The  like  to  the  respective  sheriffs  of  the  said  counties. 

Grant  to  Master  Stephen  de  Eynardesleye,  king's  clerk,  of  the  deanery  of 
the  church  of  St.  John,  Chester,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  late 
voidance  of  the  bishopric  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield.  By  K. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  R.  bishop  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield.      By  K. 

Commission  to  Richard  de  Hoghton,  John  Travers  and  Thomas  de 
Lathum  to  array  all  the  men  between  sixteen  and  sixty  of  the  county  of 
Lancaster  to  be  ready  to  march  upon  receiving  three  days'  notice.  French. 
[Farl.  WriU.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  the  king's  brother,  to  array  the  forces 
of  the  counties  of  Cumberland,  Westmoreland,  Lancaster  and  the  parts  of 
Craven,  co.  York.     French.     [Pari.  TFnte.] 

The  like  to  John  de  Garenne,  earl  of  Surreye,  to  array  the  men  of 
Richemundshire,  co.  York,  to  march  at  such  time  and  place  as  the  above 
Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  shall  inform  him.     French.    [Pari.  Writs.]    By  K. 


Feb.  9. 
Pontefract, 


Feb.  12. 
Pontefrftct* 


MEMBRAyE    4. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  to  supply  the 
king's  place  in  the  Marches  of  Scotland  and  for  the  defence  thereof  against 
the  Scots.  By  K. 

[Fadera :  Pari.  WrUs.'\ 

Power  to  the  said  Edmund  to  receive  into  the  king's  grace  all  persons 
misled  or  constrained  by  Andrew  de  Harcla,  when  warden  of  the  Marches, 
to  join  his  confederacy  with  the  Soots ;  such  persons  are  to  come  in  within 
three  weeks  from  the  arrival  of  the  said  earl  at  Barnard  Castle.  [Pari. 
Write.-]  By  K. 

The  like  to  David  de  Strabolgi,earl  of  Athol,  in  the  county  of  Northumber-. 
land ;  he  is  to  certify  the  said  Edmund  of  the  names  of  all  persons  doing 
so.      [Pari.  WriU.] 

The  like  for  the  undermentioned,  viz. — 
John  Darcy,  Me  Neveu,'  in  co.  Lancaster. 

Robert  de  Welle  in  cos.  Cumberland  and  Westmoreland.  [Pari.  Writs.] 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  1. 


241 


1323. 

Feb.  12. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  24. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  22. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  28. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  16. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  16. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  16. 
Pontefract. 


Feb;  12. 
Pontefract. 


Membrane  4 — cont. 

Revocation  of  the  commissions  granted  to  Andrew  de  Hartcla;  no  obedience 
is  to  be  rendered  to  him  or  his  deputies ;  all  persons  are  to  obey  Edmund, 
earl  of  Kent,  appointed  by  the  king  to  be  his  lieutenant  in  the  counties 
of  Cumberland,  Westmoreland,  Lancaster,  York  and  Northumberland,  and 
the  bishopric  of  Durham.      [Feeder a.     Pari,  Writs.]  By  K. 

Acquittance  at  the  request  of  James  le  Botiller,  of  Ireland,  kings's  yeo- 
man, to  John  Sampson  of  Dublin  of  the  100«.  wherein  he  is  bound  to  the 
king  at  the  Exchequer  of  Dublin,  for  arrears  of  his  account  for  the  time  in 
which  he  was  warden  and  viewer  of  the  king's  works  in  those  parts,  for 
which  debt  he  has  been  arrested  and  detained  in  prison.  By  p.s. 

Licence  for  the  master  and  brethren  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Bartholomew, 
Sm3rthefeld,  London,  to  hold  in  mortmain  all  the  rents  which  Master  Peter 
de  Askerne  received  out  of  lands  and  tenements  at  Baynard's  Castle  in  that 
city  and  which  the  said  Peter  had  without  licence  bequeathed  to  them  by 
his  will  to  find  a  chantry  in  the  said  hospital  for  the  souls  of  the  said  Peter 
and  all  the  faithful  departed  and  to  perform  the  anniversary  of  the  said 
Peter  on  the  day  of  his  death  for  ever ;  viz.  rents  amounting  to  10  marks 
and  a  rent  of  6^6.  of  pepper.  By  p.s. 

The  prior  of  Little  Malverne,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating 
John  de  Molyns  and  Richard  le  Palmere  his  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two 
years. 

Signification  to  J.  bishop  of  Bath  and  Wells,  of  the  royal  assent  to  the 
election  of  Adam  de  Sobbury,  sacristan  of  Glastonbury,  to  be  abbot  of  that 
house.  By  p.s. 

Pardon  to  John  son  of  John  Botetourt,  knight,  for  his  adherence  to  Bar- 
tholomew de  Badelesmere.  By  p.s. 


The  like  to  the  following  adherents  of  the  said  Bartholomew : — 
Thomas  de  Hoton.         ) 
Peter  de  Perepount.       ) 


By  p.B. 


Licence  for  John  de  Tjrngewyk  to  enfeoff  Master  Gilbert  de  Middelton, 
king's  clerk,  archdeacon  of  Northampton,  of  18  acres  of  meadow,  14  acres 
of  pasture  and  20  acres  of  wood  in  Wappenham,  and  of  the  advowson  of  the 
church  of  that  town,  held  in  chief,  to  hold  to  him  and  his  heirs. 

By  fine  of  100«. 

Protection  with  clause  rogamusy  for  two  years,  for  the  master  and  infirm 
brethren  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Laurence,  Bukyngham. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  the 
house  of  Hexteldesham  by  William  Hetson  of  2  tofts  and  9  acres  of  lands 
in  Kyrkheton  ;  by  Gilbert  de  Babynton  of  a  toft  and  y  acres  of  lands  there; 
by  Robert  son  of  Hugh  de  Cambhowe  of  2  messuages  and  18  acres  of  lands 
in  the  same  town ;  by  William  de  Shafthowe  of  2  tofts  and  55  acres  of 
land  in  Nesbyt ;  by  Henry  Derlyng  of  8  acres  of  meadow  in  Estmatfen ;  by 
William  de  Belyncham  of  a  messuage  and  18  acres  of  land  in  Ethewyk; 
and  by  Robert  de  Appelton  and  John  Fissher  of  a  moiety  of  the  town  of 
Dalton  by  Stanfordham  ;  which  are  not  held  in  chief,  and  are  worth  in  all 
their  issues,  the  said  moiety  excepted,  42«.  Sd.  a  year,  the  said  moiety  in  time 
of  peace  being  formerly  worth  100s.  but  now  only  worth  20«.,  as  appears  by 
inquisitions  returned  into  the  Chancery,  to  hold  in  part  satisfaction  of  a 
licence  to  acquire  lands  and  rents  to  the  value  of  20/.  a  year. 

24962  q 


242 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323. 

Feb.  20. 
Pontefraot. 


Membrane    4 — cont. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  Whitsunday  for  Roger  de  Weston, 
staying  on  the  king's  service  in  the  company  of  John  de  Lyllebum  in  the 
munition  of  the  castle  of  Dunstanburgh  in  the  Marches  of  Scotland. 

By  K.  on  the  testimony  of  the  said  John. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned,  \az. — 

William  de  Clyve,  parson  of  the  church  of  Angreham. 
Robert  de  Oggil. 


The  said  John  de  Lyllebum. 


ByK. 


Feb.  19. 
Pontefract. 


MEMBRANE    3. 

Writ  of  aid  for  Simon  de  Lunderthorp,  Gilbert  de  Ebor[aco]  and  Alan 
de  Cubbeldyk,  appointed  to  purvey  in  the  county  of  Lincoln  2,000  quarters 
of  wheat,  1,000  quarters  of  barley  and  1,000  quarters  of  oats  for  the  Scotch 
war.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  following : — 
Geoffrey  Wyth,  knight,  Thomas  de  Eggefeld  and  William  March,  in 

CO.  Norfolk,  2,000  quarters  of  wheat,  2,000  quarters  of  barley. 
Robert  de  Bures,  John  de  Crosseby  and  Benedict  de  Cokefeld,  in  co. 

Suffolk,  1,000  quarters  of  wheat  and  1,000  quarters  of  barley. 
John  de  Lyston,  John  de  Crosseby  and  John  de  Dovre,  in  co.  Essex, 

500  quarters  of  wheat  and  2,000  quarters  of  oats. 
John  de  Creke,  William  deLeycestre  and  Andrew  Moigne,  in  the  counties 

of  Cambridge  and  Huntingdon,  1 ,500  quarters  of  wheat,  1 ,000  quarters 

of  barley,  500  quarters  of  beans  and  500  quarters  of  oats. 
John  de  Wylghby,  John  de  Hildesle  and  Eustace  de  Burneby,  in  co. 

Northampton,  1,000  quarters  of  wheat,  1,000  quarters  of  barley. 
Hamo  de  Chiggewell,  the  mayor,  Master  Robert  de  Haselshagh,  provost 

of  Wells,  and  Reginald  de  Conductu,  in  the  counties  of  London  and 

Middlesex,  1,000  quarters  of  wheat. 
Henry  de  Sardenn,  Nicholas  de  Acton,  Stephen  Delham,  and  John  de 

Breideston,  in  co.  Kent,  1,500  quarters  of  wheat,  1,000  quarters  of 

barley  and  1,000  quarters  of  oats. 
Richard  de  Whatton,  Robert  de  Notingham  and  William  de  Dogmers- 

feld,  in  co.  Nottingham,  500  quarters  of  wheat,  barley  and  beans 

respectively. 
John  Derle,  Ranulph  de  Benton  and  John  de  Brideport,  in  the  counties 

of  Somerset  and  Dorset,  1,000  quarters  of  wheat,  1,000  quarters  of 

beans  and  500  quarters  of  barley. 
Richard  de  Wotton,  Robert  de  Aston  and  James  de  Broghton,  in  co. 

Gloucester,  500  quarters  of  wheat,  beans  and  barley  respectively. 

Afterwards,  2  June  following,  at  Thorp  by  York,  because  of  a  truce 
entered  into  with  the  Scots  until  thirteen  years  after  12  June  following, 
the  above  persons  were  commanded  to  surcease  the  execution  of  the  pre- 
mises, as  appears  on  the  dorse  of  the  Close  Rolls  under  that  date.  [Cf, 
Cal.  Close  Rolls,  16  Edward  II,  p.  719.] 

Mandate  to  the  above  commissioners  to  be  diligent  herein  and  to  deliver 
by  indenture  the  victuals,  as  they  buy  the  same,  to  the  sheriffs.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  the  sheriff  of  Southampton  to  purvey  500  quarters  of  wheat, 
500  quarters  of  barley,  1,000  quarters  of  oats  and  500  bacons  by  view 
and  testimony  of  Thomas  de  Geyregrave,  king's  clerk,  appointed  to  view 


16  EDWARD  II.— Pabt  1.  248 


1323,  Membrane    8 — cont, 

and  forward  the  same  to  Newcastle-upon-Tyne  to  be  delivered  to  the  king's 
receiver  there  by  Trinity ;  he  is  to  certify  the  king  in  the  Chancery  of  the 
names  of  the  persons  from  whom  the  victuals  are  bought,  and  of  the  sums 
due  to  them,  so  that  the  collectors  of  the  tenth  and  sixth  in  that  county 
may  make  due  payments  according  to  such  certificates ;  allowance  will  be 
made  to  the  sheriJQf  in  his  account  for  the  expenses  therein.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  sheriff  of  Surrey  and  Sussex  to  purvey  600  quarters  of 
wheat,  500  quarters  of  barley  and  1,000  quarters  of  oats  and  500  bacons  by 
view  and  testimony  of  William  de  Holynes,  clerk. 

The  like  to  the  sheriff  of  Norfolk  and  Suffolk,  to  purvey  10,000  stock 
fish,  1,000  quarters  of  small  salt,  and  500  quarters  of  salt  of  *  Peytow  *  by 
view  and  testimony  of  Henry  Kose,  the  viewer,  and  to  forward  them  as 
above. 

The  foi:m  in  which  victuals  shall  be  bought  and  purveyed.  After  the 
commission  is  read  and  published  the  commissioners  shall  cause  to  come 
before  them  merchants  and  other  fit  persons  by  whom  the  said  purveyance 
may  be  best  made,  and  charge  them  to  go  from  town  to  town,within  franchises 
and  without,  to  purvey  the  victuals  in  places  where  they  can  with  most 
profit  to  the  king  and  least  grievance  and  annoyance  to  the  people  with 
respect  to  things  for  sale  and  other  things  which  ought  reasonably  to  be 
sold,  saving  the  sustenance  of  the  sellers.  And  the  corn  which  they  buy 
and  purvey  in  sheaf  they  shall  have  threshed,  winnowed  and  made  ready 
by  the  sellers  as  quickly  as  possible ;  and  of  the  purchases  and  purveyances 
made  by  them,  whether  from  merchants  or  others,  indentures  shall 
be  made  between  them  and  the  sellers,  and  they  shall  return  their 
parts  of  the  said  indentures  as  soon  as  possible  to  the  commissioners 
and  the  latter  shall  without  delay  certify  into  the  Chancery  the  names 
of  the  sellers  and  the  sums  due  to  them,  so  that  after  every  such 
certification  into  the  Chancery,  order  may  be-  issued  to  the  taxers  and 
collectors  of  the  tenth  and  sixth  to  make  payments  without  delay.  And 
the  intention  of  the  king  and  his  Council  is  that  the  said  purchases  and 
purveyance  be  made  with  the  good  will  of  people  and  that  payment  be 
made  to  them  before  the  corn  is  out  of  their  possession,  if  they  will  be 
satisfied  with  nothing  less.     French. 

Feb.  20.         Mandate  to  the  sheriff  of  Lincoln  to  purvey  2,000  quarters  of  wheat,  1,000 

Pontefract.    quarters  of  barley  and  1,000  quarters  of  oats,  and  to  forward  the  same  to 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne  by  Trinity.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  sheriffs  of  the  following  counties  : — 

Norfolk,  8,000  quarters  of  wheat,  2,000  quarters  of  barley. 
Suffolk,  1,000  quarters  of  wheat,  1,000  quarters  of  barley. 
Essex,  500  quarters  of  wheat,  2,000  quarters  of  oats. 
Northampton,  1,000  quarters  of  wheat,  1,000  quarters  of  barley. 
Cambridge  and  Huntingdon,  1,500  quarters  of  wheat,  1,000  quarters  of 

barley,  500  quarters  of  beans,  500  quarters  of  oats. 
London  and  Middlesex,  1,000  quarters  of  wheat. 
Kent,  1,500  quarters  of  wheat,  1,000  quarters  of  barley,  1,000  quarters 

of  oats. 
Nottingham,  500  quarters  of  wheat,   500  quarters  of  barley,  500 

quarters  of  beans. 

The  like  to  the  sheriff  of  Gloucester  to  purvey  500  quarters  of  wheat,  500 
quarters  of  beans  and  500  quarters  of  barley ;  and  he  wiU  be  informed  of 
the  places  to  which  they  are  to  be  conveyed. 


244 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323. 


Feb.  26. 

Knares- 
borough. 

Feb.  22. 
Pontefract. 

Feb.  20. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  14. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  21. 

Pontefract. 


Feb.  25. 
Aberford. 


Membrane  8 — cont. 

The  like  to  the  sheriff  of  Somerset  and  Dorset  as  to  1,000  quarters  of 
wheat,  1,000  quarters  of  beans  and  500  quarters  of  barley. 

Neapolio,  cardinal  deacon  of  St.  Adrian's,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has 
letters  nominating  Speus  Emeraldi  his  attorney  in  England  for  three 
years. 

Pardon,  at  the  instance  of  Thomas  West,  to  John  de  Langeleye,  for  his 
adherence  to  Robert  Lewer,  a  contrariant ;  with  restitution  of  his  lands 
and  goods  which  had  been  taken  into  the  king's  hands.  By  p.s. 

The  abbot  of  Oseneye,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating 
William  de  Tettesworth,  his  fellow  canon,  and  Robert  de  Pyrie  his  attorneys 
in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  John  de  Donecastre  to  be  steward  of  all 
the  lands  now  in  the  king's  hands  late  of  John  de  Warenna,  earl  of  Surrey, 
in  the  county  of  York,  which  came  into  the  king's  hahds  by  the  forfeiture  of 
Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  who  held  them  of  the  gift  and  feoffment  of  the 
said  earl ;  as  also  of  the  manors  of  Waddeworth,  Burghwaleys,  Walton, 
Calthorn,  and  Great  Halghton,  co.  York  ;  the  said  John  is  to  receive  201. 
a  year  out  of  the  issues  thereof,  and  also  hay  and  litter  for  four  horses,  and 
sufficient  firewood  in  the  said  manors  when  he  comes  to  them.  By  p.s. 

Grant  for  life  to  William  Edward  of  Romeneye  of  82  acres  of  land  in 
a  place  called  Tunstal  in  Romeneye  Marsh,  late  of  Bartholomew  de 
Burgherssh,  a  rebel,  which  by  escheat  are  in  the  king's  hands.  By  p.s. 

Licence  for  Robert  Fitz  Payn  to  enfeoff  Jordan  de  Byntre,  chaplain,  of 
the  manors  of  Gary,  Cherlton,  Radeweye,  Stok  Cursci,  Wroxhale,  and 
Mershwode,  of  the  hundreds  of  Canyngton  and  Whitechirche,  and  of  the 
advowsons  of  the  churches  of  the  said  manors  of  Cherlton  and  Wroxhale, 
which  are  held  in  chief,  and  for  the  latter  to  re-grant  the  same  to  the  said 
Robert  and  Ela  his  wife  and  the  heirs  of  Robert ;  although  it  appears  by 
inquisition  ad  quod  damnum  made  by  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk, 
escheator  beyond  Trent,  that  if  the  said  Robert  died,  his  heir  being  a  minor, 
the  king  would  lose  the  custody  of  the  said  manors  and  hundreds,  and  the 
presentations  to  the  said  churches.  By  fine  of  100  marks  and  by  p.s. 


Feb.  16. 
Pontefract* 

Feb.  12. 
Pontefract, 


MEMBRANE   2. 

Safe-conduct,  until  Michaelmas,  for  Master  Henry  de  Gantuaria,  king's 
clerk,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  business.  By  K. 

Protection  also  with  clause  volumus  for  him. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  Michael  de  Wath,  clerk. 

The  like  for  the  under-mentioned,  viz. — 
Roger  de  Dumbelton. 

Simon  de  Shepeye,  parson  of  the  church  of  Waltham. 
Master  William  Mees,  parson  of  the  church  of  Northberkhampsted. 
Master  Thomas  de  Bray,  prebendary  of  Longestowe  in  the  church  of 

St.  Mary,  Lincoln,  and  parson  of  the  church  of  Clenefeld. 
Richard  de  Ragenhull,  parson  of  the  church  of  Bemolby. 
The  abbot  of  Roche. 

Master  Adam  de  Waleton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Mitton. 
Reginald  de  Cusancia,  parson  of  the  church  of  Fouldon. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  1. 


245 


1323. 


March  1 
Enares- 
borough. 


Feb.  16. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  12. 
Pontefract. 

Feb.  16. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  16. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  12. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  1. 
Newark. 


Feb.  2. 
Newark. 


Membrane  2 — aynt, 

Gerard  de  Cusancia,  parson  of  the  church  of  Bassyingbourn. 

William  de  Cusancia,  parson  of  the  church  of  Beppes. 

Joan,  late  the  wife  of  Nicholas  de  Wokyndon. 

William  de  Brampton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Eyrkeby  Raveneswath. 

John  de  Hamby. 

Roger  Botetourt,  parson  of  the  church  of  Wykyngeston. 

The  chapter  of  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln. 

Master  Richard  de  Cestria,  canon  of  the  church  of  St.  Peter,  York. 

Adam  de  Lymbergh,  who  [is]  in  parts  beyond  the  seas. 

Master  William  de  Beverlaco,  parson  of  the  church  of  Welwyk. 

Mariota,  late  the  wife  of  Gilbert  atte  Hurst  of  London. 

Adam  Ughtred. 

John,  parson  of  the  church  of  Pylham. 

The  abbot  of  St.  Alban's. 

Mandate  to  all  persons  to  supply  Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  the  king*s 
brother,  appointed  his  lieutenant  in  the  Marches  of  Scotland,  going  to  those 
parts,  with  carriage  for  his  harness,  victuals  and  other  goods  of  himself  and 
his  household,  until  Whitsimday.  By  K. 

The  like  to  L.  bishop  of  Durham  for  the  said  earl. 

The  like  in  favour  of  David  de  Strabolgi,  earl  of  Athol,  going  to  the 
Marches  of  Scotland  on  business  committed  to  him  by  the  king. 
The  like  to  the  said  bishop  of  Durham  for  the  said  David. 

WVit  of  aid  for  John  Darcy,  *le  neveu,'  appointed  to  arrest  all  confederates 
of  the  Scots  in  the  county  of  Lancaster.     [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

Grant  for  life  to  William  de  Northwell  of  the  custody  of  the  hospital  of 
St.  Leonard,  Newerk,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  temporalities  of  the 
bishopric  of  Lincoln  being  in  the  king's  hands.  By  p.s. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  the  brethren  and  sisters  of  the  hospital. 

Licence  for  Peter  Rabayn  to  enfeoff  William  de  Ayremynne,  king's  clerk, 
of  the  manor  of  Waye  and  Pudle,  co.  Somerset  (.v^/c),  held  in  chief,  and  for 
the  latter  to  grant  the  same  in  fee  tail  to  the  said  Peter  and  Elizabeth  his 
wife,  with  remainder  to  the  right  heirs  of  the  said  Peter.  By  p.s. 

Master  John  de  Stratford,  archdeacon  of  Lincoln,  staying  beyond  the  seas 
on  the  king's  service,  has  letters  nominating  Master  Robert  de  Stratford  and 
Thomas  de  Evesham  his  attorneys  in  England  until  midsummer.       By  E. 

Protection  also  with  clause  rolnmus  for  him. 

W'rit  of  aid  for  Henry  son  of  Hugh  to  arrest  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  whom 
the  king  made  earl  of  Carlisle,  and  who  has  joined  the  Scots.  [F<rdera. 
Pari,  WriUf,]  By  K. 

Grant  to  Hugh  le  Despenser  the  younger,  in  extension  of  a  grant  to 
him  for  life  of  the  castle  of  Kerynkenny  and  of  the  land  of  Iskenny  in 
Wales,  late  of  John  Giffard,  a  rebel,  which  escheated  into  the  king's 
hands,  together  with  knights'  fees,  advowsons,  regalities,  liberties  and  free 
customs,  that  he  mav  hold  the  same  quit  of  suit  at  the  county  of 
Eaermerdyn,  and  of  all  other  services  which  were  accustomed  to  be  done 
for  the  said  castle  and  land,  and  that  no  justice  of  Wales,  or  other  minister 
of  the  king,  shall  intermeddle  therein  by  reason  of  the  principality  of  Wales, 


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CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323. 


Feb.  18. 

Pontefraot. 

Feb.  12. 
Pontefract 


Feb.  20. 
Pontefraot. 


Feb.  25. 
Pontefraot. 

Feb.  21. 
Pontefraot. 

Feb.  22. 
Pontefraot. 


Membrane  2 — cont, 

but  that  the  said  Hugh  and  his  ministers  shall  do  all  manner  of  justice  and 
right  to  the  men  and  tenants  inhabiting  the  said  land  of  Iskenny  or  staying 
there  as  he  does  of  his  men  and  tenants  in  his  land  of  Glaumorgan  and 
Morganno.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  justice  of  Wales  to  deliver  the  said  castle 
and  lands  to  him. 

General  pardon,  at  the  request  of  Robert  de  Echingham,  to  Henry  son 
of  Henry  le  Pestour  of  Cranebrok.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus,  until  Midsummer,  for  Simon  de  Eeleshull 
going  to  Gascony  with  J.  bishop  of  Ely,  on  the  king's  service. 

By  testimony  of  the  bishop. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Robert  de  Grendon,  marshal  of  the  king's  hall, 
to  Adam  le  Galeys,  knight,  for  his  adherence  to  Roger  Damory  and  other 
rebels ;  with  restitution  of  his  lands  and  goods  which  are  in  the  king's 
hands.  ^  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  John  Everard,  keeper  of  the  lands  of  rebels  in 
the  county  of  Devon. 

The  like  to  Robert  de  Aston,  keeper  of  the  lands  of  rebels  in  the  county 
of  Somerset. 

Ratification  of  a  grant  for  life  made  by  Thomas  Wake,  lord  of  Lidell,  to 
Roger  Beler  of  the  manor  of  Styvyngton,  co.  Bedford,  held  in  chief. 

By  fine  of  10s. 

Licence  for  John  de  Langeleye  to  grant  in  fee  simple  to  Thomas  West 
the  bailiwick  of  the  forestership  of  Whichewode,  which  he  holds  in  chief. 

By  p.s. 

Licence  for  Henry  de  Lancastre  to  grant  for  life  to  Richard  de  Ryvers 
his  manor  of  Estgarton,  co.  Buckingham  (stc),  held  in  chief.  By  p.s. 


Feb.  14. 
Pontefraot. 


Feb.  16. 
Pontefraot. 


Feb.  18. 
Pontefraot. 


Feb.  20. 
Pontefraot, 


MEMBRANE    1. 

Pardon  to  William  son  of  Adam  de  Beleby  for  the  death  of  Roger  le 
Thekere  of  Beleby,  as  it  appears  by  the  record  of  Henry  le  Scrop  and  his 
fellows,  justices  to  hold  pleas  before  the  king,  that  he  killed  him  in  self- 
defence.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 
Eirkestall  by  William  de  Beston,  knight,  of  17  acres  of  meadow  in  Beston, 
by  John  son  of  John  Touneslaverd  of  Pudesay  of  4  acres  of  meadow  in 
Heddingley,  by  Robert  son  of  Robert  son  of  Thomas  de  Bramelay  of  2  tofts, 
2  bovates,  and  18^  acres  of  land  in  Bramlay,  by  Alexander  Patefyn  of  4 
acres  of  land  and  6  acres  of  pasture  in  Heddingley,  which  are  worth  in  all 
their  issues  145.  6(/.  a  year,  as  appears  by  inquisition  made  by  Thomas  de 
Burgh,  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  to  hold  in  part  satisfaction 
of  a  licence  to  acquire  lands  and  rents  to  the  value  of  20L  a  year  which  for 
a  fine  of  40  marks  the  king  had  granted  to  them. 

Pardon,  at  the  request  of  Hugh  le  Dospenser,  Me  fitz,'  to  John  de 
Langele,  for  his  adherence  to  Robert  Lewer,  a  contrariant.  By  p.s. 

Vacated  because  surrendered  and  cancelled. 

Pardon  to  William  atte  More  for  taking  to  wife  without  licence  Margery, 
late  the  wife  of  John  de  Chaunceux,  tenant  in  chief ;  pardon  also  to  the 
said  Margery.  By  C.  by  fine  of  i  mark. 


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247 


1323. 


Julys. 
York. 

Feb.  21. 
Pontefract. 


Feb.  2G. 
Knares- 
borough. 


Feb.  27. 
Knares- 
borough. 


March  1. 

Enares- 
borough. 

Feb.  28. 
Fontefract. 


March  1. 
Knares- 
borough. 


Membrane    1 — co7it. 

Robert  de  Napeton,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating  Robert 
de  Crek  of  Napton  and  John  Curragh  his  attorneys  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 

Adam  de  Catcby,  broken  down  with  old  age,  going  on  pilgrimage  to 
Santiago,  has  letters  nominating  Richard  de  Shefeld,  clerk,  and  Roger 
Milly  his  attorneys  for  one  year. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  for  one  year  for  Robert  de  Shirlond, 
going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  John  de  Segrave  and  Robert  de  Maulay,  lately  appointed 
commissioners  of  array  in  the  counties  of  Nottingham  and  Derby,  except 
the  parts  of  the  Pek,  to  be  at  Cestrefeld  with  their  levies  by  next  Thursday, 
to  proceed  against  the  Scots,  who  are  proposing  to  enter  the  county  of 
Lancaster.     [Pari.  Writ^,]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  following  commissioners  : — 

Ralph  Basset  of  Drayton  with  the  levies  of  the  parts  of  Tuttebury,  co. 

Stafford,  to  be  at  Cestrefeld  on  the  said  Thursday. 
John  de  Crombwell  and  William  de  Aune,  with  the  levies  of  the  parts 

of  Donecastre  and  the  wapentake  of  Strafford,  co.  York,  to  be  at 

Donecastre  on  the  said  Thursday. 
Walter  de  Waldeshef,  with  the  levies  of  the  parts  of  the  Pek,  co. 

Derby,  to  be  at  Cestrefeld  on  the  said  Thursday. 
John  de  Wisham,  John  de  Rithre  and  Oliver  de  Ingham,  with  the 

levies  of  the  Westrithing,  co.  York,  except  the  parts  of  Donecastre 

and  the  wapentake  of  Strafford,  to  be  at  Skypton  in  Graven  by  next 

Saturday. 
Oliver  de  Ingham,  with  the  levies  of  the  county  of  Chester,  to  go  with 

all  speed  to  the  county  of  Lancaster  and  to  set  forth  with  John 

Darcy,  sheriff  of  Lancaster,  upon  whom  the  king  wills  him  with  his 

men  to  be  attendant,  on  the  said  business.     [Pari,  Writs.] 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of  Holy 
Trinity,  York,  by  William  de  Alta  Ripa  and  Isabel,  his  wife,  of  a  toft  and 
seven  acres  of  land  in  Holbek  by  Beston,  which  are  worth  in  all  their  issues 
2s,  dd.  a  year,  as  appears  by  inquisition  taken  by  Thomas  de  Burgh,  king's 
clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  to  hold  in  part  satisfaction  of  a  licence 
to  acquire  lands  and  rents  to  the  value  of  10  marks  a  year. 

Safe-conduct  until  Michaelmas  for  Giles  de  Herteberghe  coming  from 
Flanders  into  the  realm,  and  for  his  household  and  goods.  By  p.s. 

Vacated  because  surrendered  and  cancelled  and  otlierwise  below  in  the  m<mth 
of  April, 

Grant  for  life  to  Roger  Beler,  one  of  the  barons  of  the  Exchequer,  retained 
by  the  king  to  be  of  his  Council  for  life,  of  the  manors  of  Stretton  and 
Helewell  in  the  counties  of  Lincoln  and  Rutland.  By  p.s. 

Presentation  of  Walter  de  Northfeld  to  the  church  of  Great  Lynford,  in 
the  diocese  of  Lincoln,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody  of  the 
land  and  heir  of  Edmund  le  Botiller  of  Ireland,  tenant  in  chief.       By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  all  sheriffs  and  others  to  conduct  to  the  king  the  foreign 
brother  of  the  order  of  St.  John  of  Jerusalem,  who  is  said  to  have  entered  ^e 
realm  with  bulls  and  other  letters  prejudicial  to  the  king  and  his  crown,  and 
when  the  king  has  seen  the  bulls  and  letters,  he  will  permit  to  be  done  what- 
ever can  be  permitted  without  prejudice  to  himself  and  the  Grown.     By  p.s. 


248 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323. 

Feb.  28. 
Knare&- 
borough. 


March  2. 
Knares- 
borough. 

Feb.  27. 

Knares- 

borough. 

March  4. 
Enares- 
borough. 


March  8. 
Knares- 
borough. 


March  4. 
Knare&- 
borough. 

March  4. 
Knares- 
borough. 


Feb.  23. 
Pontefract. 


Mettibrane    1 — cont. 

Safe-conduct  until  Michaehnas  for  the  envoys,  to  be  named  by  the  count 
of  Flanders,  coming  into  the  realm  to  treat  of  a  peace  between  the 
subjects  of  the  king  and  those  of  the  said  count,  as  Guy  de  Flandria,  lord  of 
Rykenburgh,  Ottobon  de  Carecti,  provost  of  the  church  of  St.  Donatus, 
Bruges,  chancellor  of  Flanders,  vicegerents  of  Louis,  count  of  Flanders, 
and  the  echevins,  councillors  and  commonalities  {universUates)  of  the  towns 
of  Ghent,  Bruges  and  Iprcs  have  with  the  counsel  and  consent  of  the  whole 
country  of  Flanders  by  their  letters  requested  the  king  to  make  such  treaty. 

Safe-conduct  until  the  Octavo  of  Midsummer  for  Peter  Crame  and 
William  le  May,  going  to  divers  parts  of  the  realm  on  certain  business 
enjoined  upon  them. 

Pardon  to  Thomas  de  Bradeston,  in  consideration  of  a  fine,  for  his  adher- 
ence to  Maurice  de  Berkele  and  other  rebels  ;  with  restitution  of  his  lands 
and  goods  which  had  escheated  into  the  king's  hands.  By  p.s. 

Grant  for  life  to  Henry  le  Scrop  of  all  the  lands  late  of  Andrew  de  Harcla, 
a  rebel,  in  Caldewell  and  Uckerby  in  the  parts  of  Richemundshire,  and  the 
lands  late  of  Master  Michael  de  Harcla,  another  rebel,  in  Herneby,  which 
as  escheats  are  in  the  king's  hands.  By  E. 

Pardon  to  Walter  le  Hunte  of  his  outlawry  for  not  appearing  before  John 
de  Mutford  and  his  fellows,  justices  of  assize  in  the  county  of  Norfolk,  to 
satisfy  the  king  of  his  ransom  when  convicted  of  the  disseisin  committed 
upon  Hugh  le  Mey  of  Fyncham  and  Emma  his  wife  of  a  tenement  in 
Stradesette ;  provided  that  he  surrender  at  the  prison  of  Norwich  and 
satisfy  the  king  of  his  ransom,  and  the  said  parties,  by  judgment  of  the 
Court.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  William  son  of  Elias  de  Rosse  for  the  death  of  Ralph  Swanne 
of  Rosse  and  of  any  consequent  outlawry.  By  K. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 
Abbodesbury  by  Robert  le  Bret  of  two  parts  of  a  messuage,  8  virgates  of 
land,  21  acres  of  meadow,  20  acres  of  pasture,  and  12  acres  of  wood  in 
Holewale  and  of  his  reversion  of  the  third  part  thereof  after  the  death  of 
Joan,  late  the  wife  of  Richard  le  Bret,  who  holds  the  same  in  dower  of  the 
inheritance  of  the  said  Robert ;  also  of  his  reversion  in  40  acres  of  land  in 
the  same  town  which  the  said  Joan  holds  for  life  by  demise  of  Richard  le 
Bret,  father  of  the  said  Robert,  whose  heir  he  is,  to  find  a  chaplain  to 
celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  church  of  Abbodesbury  for  the  souls  of 
Richard,  his  ancestors  and  all  the  faithful  departed.       By  fine  of  5  marks. 

Presentation  of  Thomas  de  Heselwode  to  the  church  of  Forton  in  the 
diocese  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his 
custody  of  the  lands  of  John  de  Somery,  deceased,  tenant  in  chief. 

By  p.s.  [6416.] 


1322. 

July  9. 
York. 


MEMBRANE    Sid, 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Donecastre,  Richard  de 
Bernyngham  and  William  de  Byngham,  on  complaint  by  Walter  del 
Bachouse  of  Stokesleye  that  Adam,  abbot  of  Meaux,  Robert  de  Hedon,  his 
fellow  monk,  William  de  Wresel,  and  Robert  de  Eayton  (Cayton)  of 
Gemclyng,  with  others,  took  and  carried  away  his  goods  at  York. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  1. 


249 


1322. 

July  13. 
York. 


Deo.  8. 

York. 

1323. 

Feb.  6. 
Strabby. 

Feb.  12. 
Pontefract. 


June  28. 

York. 

1322. 

July  16. 
York. 


July  14. 
York. 


July  20. 
York. 


July  22. 
York. 


Membrane  84rf — cont. 

Appointment  of  Ralph  de  Wedon,  John  de  la  Penne  and  Philip  de 
Hardeshull  to  be  conservators  of  the  peace  in  the  county  of  Buckingham 
and  of  the  statute  of  Winchester. 


The  like  of  the  following : — 
William  Moigne 
William  Launcelyn 

John  de  Swynforth 
William  Launcelyyn 

Clement  Dunclent 
Thomas  de  Solleye 

Robert  de  Pyrpunt 
Richard  de  Whatton 


I  CO.  Huntingdon. 
[  CO.  Huntingdon. 


CO.  Worcester. 


1 

>  CO.  Nottingham. 


John  de  Sancto  Johanne  of  Basyng  | 
John  de  Insula  Vecta 
James  de  Norton 


f 


CO.  Southampton. 


Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Mutford,  John  Sefoul  and 
Simon  de  Hedersete,  on  complaint  by  Hugh  de  LoUesworth,  touching  the 
persons  who  took  and  carried  away  his  goods  at  Fynchyngfeld,  co.  Essex, 
and  abducted  Maud,  his  daughter  and  servant.  By  K. 

Appointment  of  Walter  de  Norwyco,  William  de  Herle,  Walter  de 
Friskeneye,  John  de  Stonore,  and  Hamo  de  Chigewell  to  pronounce 
judgment  upon  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari,  'Tuncle/  and  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari, 
<le  nevou/  traitors  of  the  king  and  his  realm,  prisoners  in  the  Tower  of 
London  ;  the  constable  of  the  Tower  is  to  produce  the  prisoners  before  the 
said  justices.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  John  Inge,  David  de  la  Bere,  and  Robert  de  Penrees  to 
pronounce  judgment  at  Sweynesey  on  John  de  Forneux,  *  baker,'  who 
acknowledged  before  the  king  that  he  decapitated  John  Iweyn,  the  king's 
liegeman,  at  Sweynesey ;  the  keeper  of  the  land  of  Gower  is  to  be  aiding 
and  attending  to  the  commissioners. 

The  like  to  Walter  de  Norwyco,  William  de  Herle,  Walter  de  Friskeneye, 
John  de  Stonore  and  Hamo  de  Chiggewell  to  pronounce  the  judgment,  by 
which  the  sentence  of  death  passed  upon  Roger  de  Mortuo  Marl,  'le 
uncle,*  and  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari,  *  le  nevou,*  is  commuted  to  perpetual 
imprisonment.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 


July  15. 
York. 


MEMBRANE    3Sd. 

Commission  to  John  de  Foxle,  Roger  de  Swynnerton  and  Robert  de 
Keleseye,  on  complaint  by  Joan,  daughter  of  Gilbert  Sperlyng,  to  correct 
the  error,  if  any,  in  the  record  and  process  and  rendering  of  judgment  in 
a  plea  in  the  Hustings  of  the  City  of  London  before  the  mayor  and  sheriffs 
of  the  said  city,  between  the  said  Joan,  complainant,  and  Robert  Orpedeman, 
tenant  of  a  messuage  and  5  shops  in  London. 


July  18. 
York. 


MEMBRANE  32d. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Ralph  Basset  of  Drayton,  Master 
John  de  Everdon,  Roger  Beler  and  Henry  de  Hambury  on  complaint  by  R. 


260 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Membrane  82rf — conU 

bishop  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield  touching  the  persons  who  entered  the 
parks  of  the  bishopric  at  Cannokbury,  Longedon,  Eccleshale,  Heywode 
and  Brewode,  co.  Stafford,  the  chaces  and  woods  thereof  at  Cannok- 
bury, Eccleshale  and  Brewode  and  at  Ruggeleye  in  the  same  county, 
and  at  Frees,  ce.  Salop,  and  Tachebrok,  co.  Warwick,  and  the  hays 
at  Eccleshale,  and  also  the  coney  burrows  at  Ichincton,  co.  Warwick, 
and  Sallowe,  co.  Derby,  during  the  late  voidance  of  the  same  bishopric, 
hunted  therein,  and  cut  down  trees,  fished  in  its  stews  at  the  said  towns  of 
Cannokbury,  Ekleshale,  Heywode,  Brewode,  Frees,  Ichyncton  and  Sallowe, 
and  at  Lichfield,  co.  Stafford,  and  Chadeleshunte,  co.  Warwick,  and  broke 
the  houses  of  the  bishopric  at  the  said  towns  and  took  and  carried  away 
lead,  iron,  locks,  and  timber  of  the  houses,  and  the  fish,  trees  and  deer. 

By  K. 


Aug.  4. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne, 


MEMBRANE   dOd. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  William  de  Bereford,  Richard  de  la 
Bere  and  John  do  Trillawe,  on  complaint  by  the  abbot  of  Rewley  by  Oxford 
that  Robert  de  Maundevill,  John  'Roberdesman  de  Maundevill,'  John  Mar- 
myon,  the  elder,  Nicholas  de  Honterecombe,  Benedict  le  Engleys,  Richard 
de  Fykeneye  of  Ippesdene,  Warin  de  Wodesdon,  Gilbert  de  Fikeni,  Philip 
Osebem  of  Walingford,  William  Pope  of  Ippesden,  John  Herdewyk,  John 
Somter  of  Ippesdene,  Luke  Flonte  of  Nettelebedd,  and  John  atte  Grene- 
lane  of  Henle  with  others  broke  and  burned  his  houses  at  Nettlebedde  and 
Bensington,  co.  Oxford,  cut  down  his  trees,  and  took  and  carried  away  his 
trees  and  goods.  By  p.s. 


July  28. 
Overton. 


July  21. 
York. 


MEMBRANE    29d. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Bousser,  E.  de  Passele, 
Robert  de  Asshele  and  Roger  de  Luda,  on  complaint  by  Master  John 
Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  that  whereas  he  sent  his  men  and  servants  beyond 
the  seas  to  buy  cloth  for  his  livery  and  they  freighted  a  ship  at  Whitsand 
to  bring  the  same  to  London,  Stephen  Condy  of  Sandwich,  and  Richard 
Trewe  of  Graveshend,  mariners,  and  others,  boarded  the  ship  coming  by 
the  sea  coast  in  the  Thames  near  Canterbury,  co.  Kent,  assaulted  the  men 
in  her,  and  took  and  carried  away  the  said  cloth.         By  writ  of  secret  seal. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  "Complaint  by  Philip  Walewayn, 
merchant,  that  the  said  Stephen  and  Richard  with  others  boarded  the  said 
ship  and  took  and  carried  away  his  goods  and  merchandise. 

By  writ  of  secret  seal. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  complaint  by  Richard  Wroth. 

By  writ  of  secret  seal. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  complaint  by  Richard  Many  word 
of  the  Hay,  merchant.  By  writ  of  secret  seal. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  complaint  by  William  Norman  of 
Hereford,  merchant.  By  writ  of  secret  seal. 

The  like  to  John  Randolf,  Ralph  de  Bereford  and  Robert  de  Estden, 
on  complaint  by  William  de  Meret,  merchant  of  Genoa,  that  whereas 
he  and  his  fellows,  merchants  of  Genoa,  lately  put  into  the  port  of 
Suthampton  with  goods,  merchandise,  harness  and  armour,  and  lodged  in 


16  EDWABD  II.— Pabt  1. 


251 


1322. 


July  21. 
York. 


Membrane  2d(i — cont, 

the  inn  of  Henry  de  Lyme,  burgess  of  that  town,  Bichard  Forst,  the 
mayor,  and  John  le  Barber,  the  baili£f  of  the  town,  took  and  carried  away 
their  said  armour,  viz.  plates,  bascinets,  collarets,  gauntlets,  cuisses  and 
other  armour  for  the  munition  of  sixteen  men.  By  pet.  of  C. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  petition  before  the  king  and  Council  in 
the  Parliament  at  York  by  the  said  William  deMeret,  merchant  of  Genoa,  the 
attorney  of  Francis  Bonaventure  and  John  de  Fornet  and  other  merchants, 
their  fellows,  touching  two  great  ships  which  lately  put  into  the  port  of 
Suthampton,  that  whereas  ho  and  others  of  his  said  fellows  put  in  there 
with  the  said  ships  laden  with  their  wares  to  trade,  and  afterwards  before  the 
ships  were  discharged  it  was  agreed  between  them  and  John  de  Vaus,  late 
customer  of  that  town,  that  for  every  bale  of  alum,  wax  or  other  merchan- 
dise in  the  ships  which  should  be  sold  at  Southampton,  a  certain  sum 
should  be  paid  as  more  fully  appears  by  indenture  made  between  them ; 
and  whereas  relying  upon  this  indenture,  they  discharged  their  said  ships, 
and  sold  a  great  part  of  the  said  goods  and  offered  to  the  customer  the  cus- 
tom thereon,  the  customer  repudiated  the  agreement  and  exacted  a  greater 
amount  not  only  upon  what  they  had  sold  but  upon  the  residue  which  they 
had  not  been  able  to  sell,  and  which  they  wished  to  take  elsewhere  by  sea  to 
trade  with,  and  he  also  arrested  the  said  goods  and  still  detains  them. 

By  pet.  of  C. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  like  petition  before  the  king  and  Council 
in  the  said  Parliament  on  complaint  by  William  de  Meriet  and  his  fellows, 
merchants  of  Genoa,  that  Nicholas  de  Barflet,  W^illiam  de  Barflet,  Richard 
Leg*,  Andrew  le  Proud,  Boger  le  8uour  and  Boger  Hildemer  and  others, 
took  and  carried  away  their  goods  at  Southampton.  By  pet.  of  C. 


July  21. 
York. 


July  21. 
York. 


MEMBRANE    2S(l. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Henry  Spygurnel,  Bobert  de  Aston 
and  William  de  Bradewell  on  complaint  by  Thomas,  bishop  of  Worcester, 
touching  the  persons  who  broke  his  hedges  and  ditches  at  Hambury  by 
Droitwich,  co.  Worcester,  depastured  and  trampled  his  grass  there,  and  cut 
down  and  carried  away  his  trees  there  and  at  Fladebury,  co.  Worcester. 

The  like  to  Henry  Beaufiz,  William  Botereux  and  Bobert  Miles  touching 
the  persons  who  broke  the  parks  of  queen  Isabel  at  Bostormel,  Penlyn, 
Climmesland,  Liskiret,  Lanteglos  and  Tremynton,  co.  Cornwall,  hunted 
therein  and  carried  away  deer. 


MEMBRANE    27d. 

Aug.  8.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Bobert  de  Malberthorp,  Roger  de 

Pelton.  Somervill  and  Robert  de  Scorburgh  on  complaint  by  the  abbot  of  Meaux 
that  Walter  del  Bakhous  of  Stokesle,  John  and  Bobert  his  sons,  and 
WiUiam  de  Gisburn  with  others  brkoe  his  houses  at  Skipse  in  Holdemesse, 
CO.  York,  burnt  the  timber  thereof,  lead  away  six  horses  of  the  price  of  40Z., 
cut  down  and  uprooted  trees,  fished  in  his  stews  and  carried  away  fish,  trees 
and  other  goods.  By  p.s. 

MEMBRANE    26(1. 

Aug.  9.  Association  of  Adam  de  Brom,  in  the  room  of  William  de  Byngham, 

Alnwick.      deceased,  with  John  de  Doneoastre  and  Bichard  de   Bemyngeham  on  a 


252  CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1322. 


Membrane  26</ — cont. 


like  commission  issued  upon  the  complaint  of  Walter  de  le  Bakhouse  of 
Stokesleye  that  Adam,  ahbot  of  Meaux,  and  others  [p.  248]  took  and 
carried  away  his  goods  at  York. 


MEMBRANE    2id. 

Dec.  2.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Bello  Campo  of  Somersete, 

York.        William  de  Bourn,  John  de  la  Fosse,  Peter  de  Colswayn,  on  complaint  by 

Ralph  de  Gorges  touching  the  persons  who  broke  his  park  at  Wroxhale,  co. 

Somerset,  hunted  therein  and  carried  away  deer.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  Ralph  touching 
the  breach  of  his  park  at  Lucton,  co.  Dorset.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to   the  same  justices  on   complaint  by  John   de   Clyvedon 
touching   the   persons  who  broke  his  park  at  Clyvedon,  co.  Somerset. 

By  p.s. 


MEMBRANE  23d. 

Sept.  6.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Henry  Spygurnel,  John  de  Cantebrige, 

Fenham.  Simon  de  Brunne  and  Nicholas  Fastolf,  on  complaint  by  Thomas  de  Eye, 
parson  of  the  church  of  Aylyngton,  that  John  de  Goushill,  William  de 
Manthorp,  chaplain.  Master  John  de  Beby,  Roger  his  brother,  Warin  de 
Benyfeld,  chaplain,  John  de  Hameldon,  chaplain,  William  le  Teynturer  of 
Huntyngdon,  William  de  Tademarton,  clerk,  Richard  Knyvet,  John  de 
Seint  Mark,  John  le  Lord  of  Aylyngton,  Thomas  de  Yarewell,  Robert  his 
son,  William  de  Meriee  of  Walmesford,  William  de  Caus  of  Rokyngl^m, 
Richard  son  of  Paulinus  de  Hale,  John  Blogwyne  of  Undele,  William  de 
Tyndale  of  Tansore,  Henry  Prat  of  Apethorp,  Henry  le  Vicary  of  Burgh, 
Richard  de  Goushill  of  Pyncebek,  John  Redberd  of  Apethorp,  Peter  de 
Rydelyngton,  John  de  Bolesworth,  John  de  Staunford  of  Nassyngton,  John 
Phelip  of  Tansore,  Geoffrey  de  Thomhawe  of  Walmesford,  Thomas  IBullok 
of  Glatton,  Simon  Gerard  of  Walmesford,  William  Adekyn  of  Clyve,  William 
Demaund  of  Staunford,  William  Parker  of  Walmesford,  Henry  Ros  of 
Wodeneuton,  Robert  de  Dodyngton,  chaplain,  Thomas  de  Lyndon,  John  do 
Bradecrof t  of  Staunford,  Richard  de  Wappenham,  William  *  Frererichardes- 
neve  de  Suthorp,'  Robert  de  Cleydon,  John  de  Blesworth,  Richard  de 
Harwedon,  William  Bygge  of  Apethorp,  John  Rande  of  Undele,  John  de 
Folkesworth  of  Stebyngton,  Edmund  *  Roberdesserjaunt  de  Wassyngle,* 
Ralph  de  Paston,  Robert  Reve  of  Peterborough,  Henry  le  Walsh,  William 
de  Deen,  Robert  de  Hale  of  Clyve,  Robert  le  Spenser  of  Walmesford,  Thomas 
Rybold  of  Pyncebek,  Hugh  Templer  of  Badyngton,  William  de  Ufford, 
Nicholas  de  Mateshale  of  Hunt3mgdon,  William  his  brother,  Hubert  de 
Blatherwyk,  John  de  Hale,  chaplain,  Reginald,  prior  of  Huntyngdon,  John 
de  Pappeworth,  his  fellow  canon,  Stephen  de  Folkesworth,  chaplain, 
William  de  Osgodby,  chaplain,  John  Gurle  of  Cotherstoke,  John  Barre  of 
Hale,  Firmin  le  Tayllur  of  Staunford,  Richard  Dolle  of  Undele,  William  le 
Goldsmyth  of  Undele,  Osbert  de  Blatherwyk,  William  son  of  William 
le  Fevre  of  Apethorp,  John  son  of  Richard  Holt  of  Neuton,  John  de 
Walmesford,  and  Robert  Ballard  of  Walmesford,  and  others,  broke  his 
close  and  houses  at  Aylyngton,  co.  Huntingdon,  by  night,  took  and  led 
away  two  horses  of  the  price  of  102.,  and  carried  away  his  goods,  and 
assaulted  his  servants.  By  p.s. 


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258 


1322. 

Sept.  20. 

Newcastle 

upon  Tyne. 


Membrane  2Sd — cont. 

The  like  to  Richard  de  la  Bere,  Adam  de  Brom  and  John  de  Trillowe,  on 
complaint  by  the  abbot  of  Rewley  by  Oxford  that  Robert  de  Maundevill, 
John  *Robertesman  de  Maundevill,'  John  Marmion,  the  elder,  Benedict  le 
Engleys,  Richard  de  Pykeneye  of  Ippesden,  Warin  de  Wodesdon,  Gilbert 
de  Pykeneye,  Philip  Osbern  of  Walyngford,  William  Pope  of  Ippesden, 
John  Herdewyk,  John  Somter  of  Ippesden,  Luke  Plonte  of  Nitelebedde, 
John  Attegrenelane  of  Henle,  Roger  Hewys  of  Stoke,  William  le  Orpede, 
Ralph  Saleman,  Richard  Mogeputte,  William  Mogeputte,  Richard  le  Fevre 
[of]  Dorcestre,  Adam  Anketil,  Nicholas  atte  Barre,  Richard  de  Hattecumbe, 
John  de  Wengrave,  John  Burgeys,  Thomas  de  Shipton,  Geoffrey  atte 
Hide,  John  atte  Hide,  Thomas  le  Flcxher,  Henry  atte  Orchard,  Alice 
Whiteman,  Thomas  Whiteman,  John  Elewas,  William  Whiteman,  John 
Howes  and  Joan  his  wife,  John  Whiteman,  Geoffrey  de  Nettlebedde, 
chaplain,  Roger  atte  Ovene  of  Walyngford,  Edmund  le  Crek,  William 
le  Crokere,  Adam  Costard,  Thomas  de  Topthorn,  Hugh  atte  Hole, 
John  Gerard,  Christiana  Deynes  of  Walyngford,  Margery  Deynes, 
John  le  Fevre,  Nicholas  atte  Brok,  Hugh  le  Orpede,  John  Meriet, 
Geoffrey  le  Goul,  Philip  le  Teynturer  of  Walyngford,  Denis  (Dionisius)  le 
Fleshewere  of  Walyngford,  Roger  Batecok,  John  Cotel,  John  Woderugge, 
William  Tracy,  Ralph  atte  Feld,  William  son  of  Lucy  [Liicie)  Hering*, 
Geoffrey  Aubel  of  Bensynton  and  Nicholas  atte  Brok  and  others  broke  and 
burnt  his  houses  at  Netlebedde  and  Bensynton,  co.  Oxford,  felled  his  trees 
and  carried  away  the  trees  and  other  goods  of  his. 


Oct.  28. 
York. 


MEMBRANE    22d. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Richard  de  Wilugby,  Robert  de 
Thorp  and  William  de  la  Launde,  on  complaint  by  Thomas  son  of  Bernard 
that  Ralph  de  Dal  ton,  Ivo,  parson  of  the  church  of  Fynghale,  Richard  de 
Knoston,  Peter  Russel,  parson  of  the  church  of  Etton,  Thomas  de  Aigneux, 
John  le  Barkere  of  Etton,  Edward  Charles,  Adam  *  Edwardserjaunt,' 
Richard  Bretton,  Roger  le  Procuratour,  John  Waryn,  Bernard  de  Picke worth, 
Nicholas  Morel,  William  Benet  of  Milton  and  John  le  Provost  of  Thorp,  and 
others,  entered  by  night  his  manor  at  Milton,  co.  Northampton,  broke 
his  houses  and  chests,  took  away  16  horses,  24  oxen,  and  22  swine  of  the 
price  of  462.,  and  other  goods  and  6  charters  and  sundry  writings  and 
muniments,  and  assaulted  his  servants. 


MEMBRANE  20J. 

Oct.  7.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Lambert  de  Trikyngham,  John 

Yarin.  Chaynel,  John  de  Stikeneye  and  Dominic  de  Bucton,  on  complaint  by 
Isabel,  daughter  of  Hugh  de  Spanneby,  that  Eustace  Bozon,  William 
TaiUiour,  John  Scoter,  Richard  son  of  Joceus  de  Hagh,  Thomas  Parlebien, 
John  Parlebien,  John  Michel,  Ralph  Taillour,  Anselm  son  of  John  de 
Poynton,  Thomas  son  of  Alan  Jurdan,  William  le  Clerk,  William  Ferour, 
John  Baret,  and  John  his  brother,  Robert  Jurdan,  John  *  of  the  Werk '  of 
Spaldyng,  Thomas  Rudde,  Robert  Chamberleyn,  John  Shether,  James  le 
Harpour,  Adam  *of  the  Werk,'  Ranulph  le  Portier,  John  Wode,  William 
Horebore,  Richard  Wynter,  Roger  Cokerel,  William  del  Bachous,  Robert 
Pestel,  Nicholas  son  of  Alan,  Lambert  Swan,  John  Shereman,  Alan  Hebbe, 
Gilbert  son  of  Lucy  de  Weston,  and  others  entered  her  close  and  houses  at 
Poynton,  co.  Lincoln,  broke  her  chests  and  carried  away  her  goods  and 
muniments,  and  assaulted  her  servants.  By  p.s. 


266  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1  goo  Membrane  14(/ — cont, 

voidance  at  Ichinton  and  Chadeleshunte,  co.  Warwick,  fished  in  the  stews 
there  and  at  Tachebrok,  felled  trees  at  Tachebrok,  and  carried  away  the 
fish  and  trees. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  bishop  that  John 
son  of  Adam  de  Ruggelegh  and  Richard  son  of  John  de  Wenlok  of  Stafford 
and  others  entered  the  parks  of  the  bishopric  at  Longedon,  Heywode, 
Eccleshale  and  Brewode,  co.  Stafford,  the  chaces,  hays  and  woods  of  the 
bishopric  at  the  said  towns  and  at  Cannokbury  and  Ruggelegh,  co.  Stafford, 
and  at  Preez,  co.  Salop,  during  the  late  voidance  of  the  see,  hunted  therein, 
felled  trees,  fished  in  the  stews  there  and  at  Lichefeld,  co.  Stafford,  broke  the 
houses  of  the  bishopric  there  and  carried  away  lead,  iron,  locks  and  timber, 
fish  and  trees  and  took  deer  in  the  said  parks,  chaces  and  hays. 

Nov.  25.         The  like  to  Edmund  de  Nevill,  Robert  de  Shireboum  and  John  de 

York.        Lancastre  touching  the  persons  who  entered  the  king's  park  at  Holand,  co. 

Lancaster,  hunted  therein  and  carried  away  deer.  By  K. 

Dec.  2.  Association  of  Henry  Spigumel,  John  de  Foxle  and  Elias  de  Godele  with 

York.  John  de  Benstede,  John  de  Cantebrigg  and  Robert  de  Asshele  in  a  com- 
mission of  oyer  and  terminer  issued  on  complaint  by  Humphrey  de 
Waleden  that  John  de  Godele  and  Thomas  atte  Forde  seized  and  imprisoned 
him  at  Berkhamstede,  co.  Hertford. 

Dec.  8.  Commission  de  wallita  etfossatis  to  Thomas  de  Houk,  Gerard  de  Usflet 

York.  and  John  son  of  Richard  de  Whitegift  [for  the  banks  of  the  river  Ouse]  in 
the  parts  of  Merklond  between  the  river  Ayre  and  Trentefal,  co.  York. 


MEMBRANE    I2d, 

Dec.  10.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Robert  de  Malberthorp,  Peter  de 

Haddlesey.  Ludyngton,  and  William  de  la  Launde  on  complaint  by  the  abbot  of 
Vaudey  and  of  John  le  Frere,  a  lay  brother  of  the  house,  that  John  Belle 
of  Swaveton,  Alan  de  Boleby  of  Bylyngburgh,  and  Andrew  Em  of 
Bylyngburgh,  and  others,  assaulted  the  said  John  le  Frere  at  Roppesle,  co. 
Lincoln. 

The  like  to  the  same  justices  on  complaint  by  the  said  abbot  that  the  same 
persons  entered  his  manor  at  Roppesle,  broke  certain  of  his  houses  and  the 
doors  and  windows  of  other  of  his  houses  there,  and  carried  away  his  goods. 

MEMBRANE   lid. 

Dec.  26.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Thorp,  Simon  de  Hedersete 

York.  and  John  Claver,  on  complaint  by  Thomas  son  of  Richard  de  Walsyngham 
that  John  atte  Cros,  Simon  de  la  Sale,  Peter  atte  Mille,  Robert  de  Flitcham, 
Henry  atte  Tounende,  John  Burgeys,  Simon  Burgeys,  Henry  Bony,  Denis 
son  of  Thomas,  William  Shepherde,  and  Hamo  Legistre  of  Witton,  and 
others,  broke  his  free  fold  lately  erected  in  his  soil  at  Witton,  co.  Norfolk, 
and  took  200  of  his  sheep  there  and  impounded  them,  so  that  the  greater 
part  of  them  died,  and  carried  away  his  hurdles  and  other  goods.       By  E. 

MEMBRANE   1(W.   • 

Dec.  80.  Commission  de  walliis  etfossatis  to  Thomas  de  Houk  and  William  Basset 

York.  [for  the  banks  of  the  river  Ouse]  from  Berlaywaterhous  to  Avremynne,  and 
thence  upon  the  river  Ayre  to  the  ferry  of  Carleton  by  Snayth,  co.  York. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Pabt  1. 


267 


1323. 

Jan.  2. 
Haddlesey. 


Membrane  lOd — eont. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Bonsser,  John  de  Ljston 
and  John  le  Porter,  on  complaint  by  Hugh  de  Lollesworth  touching  the 
persons  who  took  and  carried  away  his  goods  at  Fynchingfeld,  co.  Essex, 
and  abducted  Maud,  daughter  and  servant  of  the  said  Hugh.  By  K. 


Jan.  19. 

Stow  Park. 


MEMBRANE  9d. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Lambert  de  Trikyngham,  Nicholas 
de  Bolyngbrok  and  Bichard  de  Whatton,  on  complaint  by  John  son  of 
Simon  de  Waynflet  that  John  Wace  de  Toft  of  Waynflet,  Thomas 
de  Wiktoft  of  Friston,  Thomas  son  of  Hawise  de  Leek,  William 
de  Thorn  of  Northolm,  Henry  Butte  of  Waynflet,  Walter  Hemmyng  of 
Friskeneye,  and  others,  broke  his  close  at  Waynflet,  co.  Lincoln,  cut  his 
com  there  by  night  and  carried  it  away.  By  p.s. 


MEMBRANE  6d. 

Commission  to  Henry  de  Prestwold,  Bichard  de  Eggebaston  and  Robert 
de  Stok  to  deliver  the  gaol  of  Leycestre  of  Thomas  de  Pyrley  and  John 
Dodeman  of  Leghton,  prisoners  detained  therein  for  the  death  of  Nicholas 
Patrik. 


Jan.  80. 
Newark. 


Feb.  6. 
Wellow. 


Feb.  18. 
Pontefraot. 


MEMBRANE    5d. 

Association  of  Stephen  de  Chellesfeld  in  a  commission  de  wdlliis  et 
fossatis  directed  to  Brobert  de  Bardelby,  William  de  Leycestre,  Robert  de 
Eelleseye,  or  two  of  them,  and  John  de  Merton,  touching  a  breach  on  the 
bank  on  the  river  Thames  between  the  towns  of  Grenwych  and  Wolwych, 
CO.  Kent. 

Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  John  de  Stonore  and  John  de 
Bousser  touching  the  persons  who  seditiously  entered  the  castle  of  Walyng- 
ford,  CO.  Berks,  wherein  Maurice  de  Berkeleye  and  Hugh  Daudele,  the  elder, 
and  other  prisoners  were  detained,  and  held  it  against  the  king ;  as  the 
king  now  understands  that  the  said  Maurice  and  Hugh  and  the  other 
prisoners  consented  thereto,  and  kept  the  castle  against  the  king  jointly 
with  the  said  persons.  By  K. 

The  like  to  Thomas  de  Qardinis,  Richard  de  la  Bere,  John  le  Botiller  of 
Lanultut  and  Thomas  de  Achecote,  on  complaint  by  William  Aylmer, 
parson  of  the  church  of  Dadyngton,  that  John  de  Wynton,  William  de 
Skelton,  Robert  le  Bretoun  of  Dadyngton,  John  Stedeman,  Robert  le 
Cartere,  John  Wadde,  John  Mare,  Richard  *Intelane,*  Hugh  Kyng,  Henry 
Luffyng,  John  Rotour,  Adam  Hayot,  John  Blake,  John  le  Fychere, 
Richard  le  Suour,  Adam  Aungevyn,  Alexander  le  Bar[ker],  John  le 
English,  Richard  Ruglish,  William  Neuman,  William  Gylot,  John  Hony- 
man,  William  Mayo,  John  de  Oxonia,  John  Gerveys,  Ralph  de  Bereford, 
Thomas  8u[our],  John  le  Mouner,  John  le  Lokiere,  John  Neugh,  Margery 
Gygour,  Margery  North,  William  Gygour,  John  le  Fullere,  Simon  Oache- 
frensh,  Robert  Perkyn,  Simon  <  Thepersonsheldere,'  Walter  de  Mildecoumbe, 
Henry  Pertrik  of  Wodestoke,  Hugh  le  Mouner,  Vincent  de  Storteford  of 
London,  '  wolmongere,'  Adam  Hocard  of  Dadynton,  'mazoun,'  Hugh 
Andreu,  William  Dobbe,  Thomas  Cok,  William  le  Suour  of  Dadynton, 

21962  B 


268  CALENDAB  OF  PATENT  BOLLS. 


1323. 


Membrane  6d — eonU 


Bichard  Bifeld,  Nicholas  Carlot,  Simon  le  Sclatiere,  Gilbert  Eempe, 
Gilbert  de  Berewyk,  William  Symple,  Hugh  de  Tankevill,  Henry  de 
Tankevill,  Richard  de  Perle  of  Drayton,  John  le  Heyward  of  Sutton  by 
Abyndon,  Thomas  Musard  of  Brakele,  Hugh  Puddyng  of  Wodestoke, 
Thomas  Reyson,  Philip  Bacun,  William  Walrond,  Richard  le  Smith, 
Ralph  le  Peyntour,  William  Duryval,  Robert  Honyman,  Robert  le  Cartere, 
John  de  Upton,  John  le  Taillour  of  Aynho,  Richard  de  Owynge,  Richard 
*  Jonesmanfachel,*  John  Crul  of  Redynge,  John  Campo,  William  atte  Bourne, 
Hugh  Blundel,  William  de  London,  John  BoUenheved,  Robert  le  Cartere, 
John  de  Sheperugge,  Thomas  de  Wynchyndon,  chaplain,  Adam  de  Berewyk 
of  the  Chouweseye  of  Redyngg,  John,  abbot  of  Nutele,  John  de  Tettesworth, 
his  fellow  canon,  Thomas  Judde,  '  the  abbotesbailif  *  of  Nutele,  William  le 
Glasiere  of  Redyng,  John  Gobvent  of  Redyng,  John  de  Scours,  Ralph  Mouncy 
of  Redyng,  Adam  le  Peintour  of  Redyng,  Walter  de  Staunton,  Henry 
Aylmar,  Richard  atte  Mulle  of  Bereford  St.  Michael,  Robert  le  Justere, 
Richard  le  Longe,  John  son  of  Roger  atte  Forde,  John  Berteweye,  Richard 
le  Bonde,  John  le  Hoppere,  Richard  Perkyn,  Richard  de  Brakele  of 
Dadynton,  Robert  Cokel  of  Dadynton,  Philip  Ageward,  John  Ageward, 
Robert  Sprotun,  William  Honyman,  Thomas  Jones,  Richard  Gerveseye, 
John  Perkyn,  *Roggersman  atte  Forde,'  Adam  Gerveise,  *Richardsman 
atte  Mersh,'  and  Roger  Broun,  and  others,  broke  his  houses  at  Dadynton 
and  Cayeresham,  co.  Oxford,  and  took  and  carried  away  his  goods. 


MEMBRANE   2d. 

Feb.  12.  Commission  of  oyer  and  terminer  to  Richard  de  la  Bere,  Adam  de  Brom 
Pontefract.  and  John  de  Trillowe  on  complaint  by  the  abbot  of  Rewley  by  Oxford  that 
Robert  de  Maundevill,  John  *Roberdesman  de  Maundevill,*  John  Marmyon, 
Benedict  English,  Richard  de  Pynkenye  of  Ippesden,  Warin  de  Wodesdon, 
Gilbert  de  Pynkenye,  Philip  Osbeme,  William  Pope  of  Ippesden,  John  de 
Herdewyk,  John  le  Soutere  of  Ippesden,  Luke  Plonte  of  Netilebed,  John 
atte  Grenelane  of  Henle,  Roger  Hewys  of  Stok,  William  le  Horpede,  Ralph 
Seleman,  Richard  Mogepitt,  William  Mogepitt,  Richard  le  Fevre  of 
Dorkechestre,  Adam  Angetil,  Nicholas  atte  Barre,  Richard  de  Hattecoumbe, 
John  de  Wengrave,  John  Burgeis,  Thomas  de  Skipton,  Geoffrey  atte  Hide, 
John  atte  Hide,  Thomas  Flexher,  Henry  atte  Orcharde,  Alice  Whitman, 
Thomas  Whitman,  John  El  was,  William  Whitman,  John  Howes,  John 
Whitman,  Geofifrey  de  Netlebede,  chaplain,  Roger  atte  Novene  of 
Walyngford,  Edmund  le  Clerk,  William  le  Crokkere,  Adam  Costard, 
Thomas  Tophorn,  Hugh  atte  Hole,  John  Gerard,  Christiana  Deynes 
of  Walyngford,  Margery  Deynes,  John  le  Smith  of  Walyngford,  John 
le  Smith  of  Huntercumbe,  Nicholas  atte  Brok,  John  Meriet,  Geoffrey 
le  Goule,  Philip  le  Deyer  of  Walyngford,  William  le  Deyer  of  Walyngford, 
Denise  (Dionisia)  le  Fleshewere  of  Walyngford,  Roger  Batecok,  John  Cotel, 
John  Woderugge,  William  Tracy,  Ralph  atte  Felde,  William  son  of  Letice 
{Leticie)  Heryng,  Geoffrey  Aubel,  William  de  Maundevill,  John  de  Arle  and 
Isabel  his  wife,  Ranulph  *  Jonesprest  de  Arle,*  Thomas  Stormyn,  William 
Elsefeld,  Robert  de  London  of  Dorkchestre,  Walter  Stevene,  William 
*  Abovethebrok  Oftheoke,*  Walter  vicar  of  the  church  of  Clopcote,  Agnes 
le  Pouere  of  Dorkechestre,  Thomas  Alisaundre,  Richard  Pouere,  Roger  atte 
Blakefinne  of  Dorkechestre,  Nicholas  Lucas  of  Drayton,  Walter  Springard  of 
Dorkechestre,  Joan  Draboun,  Christiana  Draboun,  Richard  Nundat,  Thomas 
Eustace,  William  Curre,  William  de  MoUesfopd,  William  Maymond  of 
Bensynton,  Nicholas  de  Huntercombe,  William  de  Faucoumberge,  Humphrey 
Coleman  'Of  the  newelme,'  John  Coulth,  < smith,*    <0f   the   newelme,' 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part   1. 


259 


1823. 


Meynbrane  2d — cont. 


March  1. 
Knares- 
borough. 


March  1. 

EnaiBs- 

borough. 


Joan  Abothebrok,  William  Dm,  Roger  Abothebrok,  Robert  Bernard,  John 
le  Goal  del  Oke,  Robert  Ailrich  of  Bensinton,  Simon  Prodhomme,  John 
atte  Brok  of  Bensinton,  William  Lynote  of  Chalgrave,  John  atte  Grove  of 
Berewyk,  Robert  Kyng,  Henry  Pek,  John  Somer,  Robert  Pegge,  Thomas 
Est,  Robert  son  of  Thomas  le  Kyng,  John  Bolt,  William  Sweyn,  Thomas 
Tornepayn,  John  Kempe,  John  Edward,  John  Runceval,  Sibyl  la  Eeu  of 
Berewyk,  John  Croke  del  Oke,  John  Shet,  Geoffrey  Josep',  John  de  Wy  of 
Bensinton,  Thomas  Cotel,  John  Burgeys,  William  Ravenyng  of  Bensinton, 
John  Buldri  of  Dorkechestre,  William  Burgeys  of  Bensinton,  Henry  le  Keu 
of  Bensinton,  William  le  Foxe  of  Bensinton,  Walter  de  Meldebonrn  of 
Walyngford,  *  tavemer,'  Alan  de  Clopcote,  Thomas  Ale3m  of  Croumersh, 
Thomas  le  Deyere  of  Walyngford,  Nicholas  le  Coupere  of  Crou[mersh],  John 
Fairman  of  Ewelme,  John  atte  Lane  of  Warbourgh,  William  Sugge  of 
Warbourgh,  William  Prime  of  Walyngford,  Richard  Adam  of  Warbourgh, 
Hugh  atte  Hole  of  Huntercoumbe,  Edmund  Crok,  Walter  Loveday  of 
Mongewelle,  Cicely  Osebern  of  Walyngford,  Richard  Ailward,  Walter, 
vicar  of  the  church  of  Culham,  William  de  Oxon'  of  Henle,  Gilbert 
Dru  of  Henle,  John  Geffreyesbailif  de  Hautevill,  Roger  Alvred  of 
Croumersh,  Thomas  '  Jonessone  le  Reve '  of  Croumersh,  John  Randolf 
of  Croumersh,  John  atte  Forthere,  Eva  daughter  of  Thomas  le  Soutere 
of  Walyngford,  Agnes  late  the  wife  of  Hugh  atte  Hole  of  Huntercoumbe, 
Walter  Ammory,  Richard  Shortrede  of  Walyngford,  John  Theofle,  Walter 
son  of  William  Stevene  of  Clopton,  Adam  le  Shepherd  of  Bensinton, 
Peter  de  Compton  of  Croumersh,  Joan  daughter  of  Richard  le  Muleward 
of  Rutherefeld,  Thomas  Costard  of  Huntercoumbe,  William  German  of 
Brittewell,  Roger  atte  Russh  of  Newenham,  Richard,  parson  of  the  church 
of  Brittewell,  Christian  de  Newenton,  Adam  Angetil  of  Wathitton  [recHus 
Watlinton],  Walter  Symple,  John  Tony,  John  le  Fleshewere,  Adam  Soutere 
and  John  Bonde  with  others  broke  and  burnt  his  houses  at  Nettelebedde  and 
Bensinton,  co.  Oxford,  felled  his  trees  and  carried  away  his  trees  and  other 
goods. 

The  like  to  Roger  Beler,  Hugh  de  Meygvill,  Henry  de  Hambury  and 
Ralph  de  Mountejoie  touching  the  persons  who  entered  the  king's  chaces  of 
Nedwod,  co.  Stafford,  and  Di^eld,  co.  Derby,  broke  his  parks  there,  hunted 
in  the  said  chaces  and  parks  and  carried  away  deer  and  assaulted  the  king's 
foresters  and  other  ministers.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  Henry  de  Cobham,  John  de  Ifeld  and  William  Wolf,  supplying 
the  place  of  Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  warden  of  the  Cinque  Ports,  on  the 
request  by  letter  of  James,  king  of  Aragon,  setting  forth  that  whereas 
Dominic  Marrades,  of  his  dominion,  lately  trading  in  Flanders,  sent  a 
certain  common  agent  in  two  galleys  of  the  realm  of  Majorca,  of  one  of 
which  William  de  Bona  was  master  (patronuti)  and  of  the  other  Angelinus 
Escot,  with  divers  cloths,  silver,  copper,  tin  and  other  merchandise,  to  the 
value  of  6102.  to  the  parts  of  the  said  dominion  of  the  king,  viz.,  to  Francis 
Marrades,  citizen  of  Valencia,  brother  of  the  said  Dominic  and  his  partner 
in  business ;  and  whereas  whilst  one  of  the  said  galleys  was  off  Caleys  and 
the  other  off  Sandwich,  divers  persons  from  those  ports  and  the  county  of 
Kent  and  elsewhere  in  the  king's  dominions  with  divers  ships  attacked  them 
piratically,  seized  the  galleys  and  took  them  to  the  Isle  of  Thanet,  co.  Kent, 
and  carried  away  part  of  the  goods,  and  then  took  the  galleys  with  the 
residue  of  the  goods  to  Sandwich,  within  the  liberty  of  the  Cinque  Ports, 
and  there  divided  the  residue  of  the  goods  amongst  themselves,  and  having 
robbed  the  masters  and  mariners  of  their  goods  and  clothing  permitted 
them  so  to  depart.  By  p.s. 


260    .  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


]^523.  Membrane  2rf — cont. 

Feb.  27.  Commission  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  the  king's  brother,  John  de 
borouSi^  Hastynges,  the  king's  kinsman,  Ralph  Basset,  John  Pecche,  John  de 
rougn.  Wysbam,  knights,  and  Geoffrey  le  Scrop,  to  meet  at  Carlisle  and  to  degrade 
Andrew  de  Hartcla,  earl  of  Carlisle,  a  traitor  to  the  king  and  the  realm, 
whom  the  king  lately  girded  with  the  sword  of  an  earl,  and  to  pronounce 
judgment  upon  him  according  to  the  tenor  of  a  schedule  sent  herewith. 
[Fcedera.]  By  p.s. 


(261  ) 


16  EDWARD  II.— Paet  2. 


1323. 

March  8. 
Knares- 
borough. 


March  2. 
Knares- 
boroogh. 


March  1. 
Kn&res- 
borough* 


March  8. 
Knares- 
borough. 


MEMBRANE   25. 

Commission  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  the  king's  'brother,  to  array  all 
fencible  men  of  the  counties  of  Cumberland,  Westmoreland  and  Lancaster, 
and  of  the  parts  of  Craven,  co.  York,  so  as  to  be  ready  by  Palm  Sunday  or 
sooner,  after  three  days  notice,  to  march  against  the  Scots,  who  are  prepar- 
ing to  invade  the  realm.  [FarL  Writs,]  By  K. 
The  like  to  the  following  in  the  following  counties : — 

John  de  Warenna,  earl  of  Surrey,  in  the  parts  of  Richemundshire,  co. 

York. 
David  de  Strabolgi,  earl  of  Athol,  co.  Northumberland. 
Walter  Waldeshef,  in  the  High  Peak,  co.  Derby. 
Oliver  de  Ingham,  co.  Chester. 
John  Pecche  and  John  de  Hardeshull,  co.  Warwick. 
Henry  de  Bello  Monte  and  William  de  Eyme,  co.  Lincoln. 
John  de  Segrave  and  Bobert  de  Mauley,  co.  Nottingham  and  Derby, 

except  *le  Pek.' 
John  de  Crumwell  and  William  de  Aune  in  the  parts  of  Donecastre  and 

the  wapentake  of  Strafford,  co.  York. 
John  de  Wysham  and  John  de  Rithre  in  the  West  Riding,  co.  York, 

except  the  parts  of  Donecastre  and  the  wapentake  of  Strafford. 
William  le  Latimer,  in  the  North  Riding,  co.  York,  except  the  parts 

of  Richemundshire. 
Thomas  Wake,  in  Holdemesse  and  the  East  Riding,  co.  York. 
Ralph  Basset,  co.  Stafford.  i 

Stephen  de  Segrave  and  Ralph  de  Grendon,  co.  Leycestre. 
Ralph  de  NeviU,  in  the  bishopric  of  Durham.      [Pari,  Writs,] 

Grant  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of  Burton  on  Trent,  co.  Stafford,  for  the 
relief  of  the  abbey,  which  has  been- impoverished  by  the  rebels,  of  the 
advowsons  of  the  churches  of  TatenhuU  and  Hambury,  late  of  Thomas,  earl 
of  Lancaster,  a  rebel ;  with  licence  to  appropriate  the  same  in  mortmain. 

By  p.s. 

Licence  for  the  appropriation  in  mortmain  by  the  said  abbot  and  convent 
of  the  said  churches  without  any  new  presentations  thereto  by  them ;  the 
appropriations  are  to  have  the  full  effect  as  if  the  abbot  and  convent  made 
new  presentations.  By  E. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  Michaelmas  for  Thomas  de  Gray, 
staying  on  the  king's  service  on  the  munition  of  the  castle  of  Norham,  in 
the  Marches  of  Scotland.  By  E. 

The  like  for  Thomas  Heryng,  staying  there  in  the  company  of  the  said 
Thomas. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  the  prior  of  Tynemuth. 

The  like  for  the  following : — 
Master  William  de  Quykham. 
William  de  Herle. 
Walter,  vicar  of  the  church  of  Risele* 


262 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323. 


March  9. 

Knares- 
boroogh. 


March  8. 
Enares- 
borough. 


March  10. 

Enares- 
borongh. 

March  10. 

Knares- 
borough. 


March  9« 

Enares- 
borough. 


March  11. 
Knares- 
boroQgh« 


Mevnbrane  25 — conU, 

Bertrand  de  Asserio,  warden  of  the  house  of  St.  Cross  without  Win- 
chester. 

The  abbot  of  Waltham  Holy  Cross. 

Master  Robert  de  Balne,  parson  of  the  church  of  Herthill. 

Robert  de  Holdene,  parson  of  the  church  of  Halton  on  Trent. 

The  prior  of  Okebum. 

Simon  Croyser,  king's  serjeant. 

Master  John  de  Shordich. 

Master  William  de  Bray,  prebendary  of  Copford,  in  the  church  of 
St.  Paul,  London. 

Gerard  Dorons. 

Alice  la  Palmere. 

Robert  de  Chameles,  parson  of  the  church  of  Swepston. 

Master  Simon  de  Evesham,  parson  of  the  church  of  Stanlak. 

John  de  Merlawe,  parson  of  the  church  of  Navesby. 

William  de  Thometoft,  clerk. 

Robert  de  Marchumleye,  master  of  the  hospital  of  St.  Nicholas, 
Nantwich. 

Grant  to  Henry  le  Scrop,  in  extension  of  a  former  grant  to  him  for  life 
of  the  lands  late  of  Andrew  de  Hartcla,  a  rebel,  in  Caldewell  and  Uckerby 
in  the  parts  of  Richemundshire,  and  also  of  the  lands  late  of  Master  Michael 
de  Hartcla,  a  rebel,  in  Herneby,  which  as  escheats  were  in  the  king's  hands, 
of  the  corn  growing  thereon. 

By  K.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Licence,  at  the  request  of  Robert  de  Eendale,  for  the  alienation  in 
mortmain  by  John  de  Fomeaux  of  Bercham,  to  the  prior  and  friars  of 
the  house  of  St.  Cross,  Bercham,  of  a  messuage  and  52  acres  of  land  and 
half  an  acre  of  meadow  in  Bercham ;  and  also  that  the  said  prior  and  his 
successors  shall  have  a  fold  for  120  sheep  on  their  own  land  in  that  town 
within  the  lordship  of  the  said  John.  By  E.  on  the  like  information. 

Commission  to  Anthony  de  Lucy,  to  array  all  the  fencible  men  of  the 
counties  of  Cumberland  and  Westmoreland.     [Pari.  Writs,]     French, 

By  K.  on  the  like  information. 

Mandate  to  Roger  Beler  to  deliver  to  Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger, 
in  fulfilment  of  a  grant  made  to  him  by  the  king  on  16  July  last,  the 
castle,  town,  manor  and  honor  of  Donyngton,  co.  Leicester,  with  all  the 
liberties  thereof  and  the  receipts  from  the  time  in  which  the  same  came 
into  his  hands,  late  of  Henry  de  Lacy,  sometime  earl  of  Lincoln,  and 
which  by  the  death  of  Thomas,  earl  of  Lancaster,  the  tenant  thereof,  a 
rebel,  came  into  the  king's  hands  as  an  escheat,  and  which  being  in  the 
king's  hands,  Alesia  de  Lacy,  daughter  and  heir  of  the  said  Henry  and  late 
the  wife  of  the  said  earl  of  Lancaster,  quit  claimed  to  the  king.        By  p.s. 

Protection  for  one  year  for  Stephen  Alard,  king's  merchant,  his  men, 
ships  and  goods,  going  to  divers  parts  to  trade.  By  K. 

The  like  for  Robert  de  Bataille. 

Pardon  to  John  Pinzon  of  Lincoln  and  Maud  his  wife  for  acquiring 
without  licence  from  John  son  of  Thomas  de  Welby  of  Canewyk,  12  acres 
of  land  in  Canewyk,  held  in  chief,  which  the  said  John  son  of  Thomas  had 
acquired  from  Elias  Martel,  and  also  the  like  acquisition  of  5  acres  of  land 
there,  held  in  chief,  from  the  said  Elias.  By  fine  of  half  a  mark. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Pabt  2. 


268 


1323. 

March  10. 
Knares- 
borough. 


March  7. 
Enares- 
borough. 

March  12. 
Enares- 
borough. 


Membrane  25 — cont. 

Grant  in  fee  simple  to  Kichard  de  Denton  of  all  the  lands  in  the  counties 
of  Cumberland,  Westmoreland  and  York,  sometime  of  Edmund  de  Boy^'ill, 
which  Andrew  de  Hartcla  lately  acquired  in  fee  from  him,  and  which  by 
reason  of  the  rebellion  of  the  said  Andrew  came  into  the  king's  hands  as  an 
escheat.  Grant  also  to  the  said  lUchard  and  his  heirs,  of  the  reversion  of  all 
the  lands  which  he  and  Agnes  his  wife  hold  in  dower  of  the  said  Agnes  of  the 
lands  of  John  de  Boyvill,  sometime  her  husband,  of  the  inheritance  of  the 
said  Edmund,  and  which  by  pretext  of  a  grant  which  the  said  Edmund 
made  thereof  to  the  said  Andrew  upon  the  death  of  the  said  Agnes  ought 
to  remain  over  to  the  said  Andrew  and  his  heirs,  but  which  on  account  of 
the  treason  of  the  said  Andrew  revert  to  the  king,  and  of  the  reversion 
of  the  lands  which  Joan,  late  the  wife  of  William  de  Boyvill  holds  in 
dower  or  otherwise  for  the  term  of  her  life  of  the  same  inheritance,  and 
which  by  reason  of  a  like  grant  ought  to  revert  to  the  said  Andrew  as 
above,  to  hold  to  the  said  Richard  to  the  value  of  50/.  a  year  of  land ;  any 
excess  over  that  value  to  be  paid  by  him  into  the  Exchequer.  By  p.s. 

Reginald,  abbot  of  Beaubec  (de  Bello  Becco),  staying  beyond  the  seas, 
has  letters  nominating  John  Malebraunche  and  Roger  Gavene  his  attorneys 
in  Ireland  for  four  years.  Hertford.     By  fine  of  20.s. 

Ralph  de  Brampton,  a  monk  of  Thomeye^  bringing  news  of  the  death 
of  William  de  Clopton,  late  abbot  of  that  place,  has  letters  for  the  prior 
and  convent  of  licence  to  elect.  By  K. 


March  4. 
Knares- 
borough. 


March  8. 
Knares- 
borough. 


March  6. 
Enares- 
borongh. 


March  8. 
Enarc&- 
borongb. 


March  6. 
Enares- 
boroogb. 


MEMBRANE   24. 

Commission  to  John  Beek,  Richard  de  Tissebury,  William  Aylmer  and 
John  de  Staunton  to  audit  and  receive  the  account  of  Richard  de  Foxcote 
of  all  the  issues  and  profits  of  the  manors  of  Shipton,  Boreford,  Sevemestok, 
Yates,  Oxindon,  Irenacton,  and  Thornbury,  which  came  into  the  king's 
hands  by  the  forfeiture  of  rebels  during  the  whole  time  in  which  the  said 
Richard  had  the  custody  thereof.  By  K. 

Presentation  of  John  de  Borham  of  London  to  the  church  of  Great 
Leghes  in  the  diocese  of  London,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  the  lands 
of  Humphrey  de  Bohun,  late  earl  of  Hereford  and  Essex,  being  in  his 
hands.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Pardon  to  William  de  Tumby  for  the  death  of  Hugh  Maykyn,  whereof 
he  is  indicted,  and  of  any  consequent  outlawry.  By  p.s. 

The  like  to  Thomas  de  Tumby  for  the  same. 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  Walter  de  Wyntreton  to  the  bailiwick  of 
the  forestership  of  the  forest  of  Leycestre.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Robert  de  Gaddesby,  keeper  of  certain  lands  in  the  countv  of 
Leicester,  which  are  in  the  king's  hands,  to  deliver  the  said  bailiwick  to 
him. 

Grant  during  pleasure  to  Adam  de  Bilburgh  of  the  bailiwick  of  the 
forestership  of  Morehaye  in  the  bailiwick  of  Clyve  within  the  forest  of  Rok- 
yngham,  in  the  same  manner  as  others  have  had  it.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  Aymer  de  Valence,  earl  of  Pembroke,  keeper  of 
the  forest  beyond  Trent. 


264 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323. 

March  10. 
Knares- 
borough. 


March  9. 

EDares- 
borough. 


March  11. 

Knares- 
borough. 


Membrane  24— *con<. 

Power  during  pleasure  to  Anthony  de  Lucy  to  receive  into  the  king's 
peace  those  persons  of  Scotland  who  wish  to  come  in. 

By  K.  in  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  midsummer  for  William  Hurtyn, 
going  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service. 

The  like  for  the  following  going  to  Scotland  on  the  king's  service  : — 
John  de  Ive, 


John  Bataille, 
Robert  Makefaire 


king's  mariners. 


Commission  to  John  de  Bello  Campo,  Robert  son  of  Payn  and  Walter 
de  Pavely,  the  younger,  to  levy  in  the  counties  of  Somerset,  Dorset  and 
Wilts,  500  archers,  footmen,  and  to  lead  them  to  the  king  at  Newcastle 
upon  Tyne  by  the  octaves  of  St.  John  the  Baptist,  to  set  forth  thence  at 
the  king's  wages  against  the  Scots.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  E. 

The  like  to  the  following : — 

John  de  Sancto  Johanne  and  John  de  Scures,  to  levy  500  archers  in 

the  county  of  Southampton. 
Edward  de  Sancto  Johanne,  Roger  Bavent  and  Alan  de  Boxhull  to  levy 

500  archers  in  the  county  of  Sussex  and  the  Weald. 
John  de  Pabenham  and  Thomas  de  la  Haye,  to  levy  800  archers,  in  the 

counties  of  Essex  and  Hertford. 
William  de  Ercalwe,  Fulk  de  Pembruge  and  William  de  Shetelton, 

to  levy  500  archers  in  the  counties  of  Salop  and  Stafford. 
John  Darcy,  to  levy  400  archers  in  the  county  of  Lancaster. 
Walter  WaJdeshef,  to  levy  800  archers  in  the  Peak. 
Aymer  de  Valencia,  earl  of  Pembroke,  to  levy  1,000  archers  in  the 
counties  of  Gloucester  and  Hereford  and  in  the  forest  of  Dene. 
[Farl.  Writs.] 
Afterwards,  2  June,  the  king  being  at  Thorp  by  York,  and  a  truce  made 
with  the  Scots  until  thirteen  years  after  12  June  following,  it  was  com- 
manded to  the  above  commissioners  to  surcease  the  execution  of  the  premises 
as  more  fully  appears  on  the  dorse  of  the  Close  Roll  under  the  same  date. 
[Pari.  Wnts.] 

Commission  to  David  de  Strabolgi,  earl  of  Athol,  to  array  all  fencible 
men  in  the  county  of  Northumberland  and  to  muster  them  at  some  fixed 
place  if  the  Scots  should  invade  the  realm,  or  otherwise  to  come  to  the 
king  with  victuals  for  three  weeks.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  Anthony  de  Lucy  in  the  counties  of  Cumberland  and  West- 
moreland.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

The  like  to  Walter  Waldeshef  in  the  Peak,  co.  Derby ;  he  is  to  muster 
the  forces  at  Lancaster  at  once,  so  as  to  be  able  to  join  the  king  when 
required  wherever  he  may  be.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  following,  to  muster  at  Lancaster : — 
Richard  de  Hoghton,  John  Travers,  Thomas  de  Lathum,  the  levies  of 

the  county  of  Lancaster. 
Oliver  de  Ingham,  the  levies  of  the  county  of  Chester.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

The  like  to  John  Marmyon  and  Thomas  Colevill  to  muster  at  York  the 
levies  of  Richemundshire.     [Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

The  like  to  Ralph  de  Nevill  the  levies  of  the  bishopric  of  Durham.  [Pari. 
WnU.] 


16  EDWARD  n.— Part  2. 


265 


1323. 


March  12. 
Enares- 
borough. 


March  18. 
Knares- 
boroogh. 

March  12. 
Knares- 
borough. 


Feb.  28. 
Knares- 
borough. 


March  18. 
Enares- 
borough. 


'         Membrane  24 — cont. 

The  like  to  John  de  Grombwell  and  William  de  Anne  to  muster  at  York 
by  Palm  Sunday  the  levies  of  the  parts  of  Donecastre  and  the  wapentake 
of  Strafford,  co.  York.      [Pari.  WHu.]  By  K. 

The  hke  to  the  following  : — 
John  de  Segrave  and  Robert  de  Mauleye,  the  levies  of  the  counties  of 

Nottingham  and  Derby,  except  the  parts  of  the  Peak. 
William  le  Latimer,  the  levies  of  the  North  Riding,  co.  York,  except 

the  parts  of  Richemundshire. 
Thomas  Wake,  the  levies  of  Holdemesse  and  the  East  Riding,  co. 

York. 
John  de  Wysham  and  John  de  Rithre,  the  levies  of  the  West  Riding, 

CO.   York,  including  the    parts  of  Craven,    except  the   parts   of 

Donecastre  and  the  wapentake  of  Strafford.     [Pari,  Writs,^ 

Mandate  to  Nicholas  de  Wedergrave,  king's  clerk,  keeper  of  the  abbey  of 
Glastonbury,  to  restore  the  temporalities  thereof  to  Adam  de  Sobbury,  a 
monk  of  that  place,  whose  election  as  abbot  has  been  confirmed  by  J.  bishop 
of  Bath  and  Wells.  By  K. 

Writ  de  intendendo  for  him  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  abbey. 

Release  of  John  Botetourt  from  his  bond  for  life  to  find  for  the  king  20 
men  at  arms  to  go  on  the  king's  service  and  at  the  king's  wages  wherever 
the  king  might  choose  to  lead  or  send  them.  By  E. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 
Bumcestre  by  Richard  Serith  of  a  messuage  and  9  acres  of  land  in 
Burnecestre,  held  of  the  prior  and  convent,  which  are  worth  in  all  their 
issues  12d.  a  year,  as  appears  by  inquisition  made  by  Master  John  Walewayn, 
king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond  Trent,  in  part  satisfaction  of  their  licence  to 
acquire  lands  and  rents  to  the  value  of  lOL  a  year. 

General  pardon  to  Ughtred  de  Geveleston,  in  consideration  of  the  good 
news  {rvmonhns)  which  he  brought  to  the  king  of  the  capture  of  Andrew  de 
Harcla,  a  rebel ;  pardon  also  to  him,  of  all  trespasses  of  vert  and  venison 
committed  in  the  king's  forest.  By  p.s. 

Appointment  of  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  beyond 
Trent,  as  receiver  of  all  the  manors  and  lands  late  of  contrariants  beyond 
Trent,  which  are  in  the  king's  hands  by  forfeiture.  By  E. 


March  18. 
Blyth. 


March  16. 
Enares- 
borough. 


MEMBRANE    23. 

Writ  of  aid,  until  the  king's  return  to  this  side  of  Trent,  for  Edmund,  earl 
of  Eent,  the  king's  brother,  appointed  by  the  king  as  his  lieutenant  for  the 
preservation  and  defence  of  the  parts  on  this  side  of  Trent  against  the  incur- 
sions of  the  Scots  and  rebels  :  as  the  king  proposes  going  South  of  Trent 
for  recreation.      [Pari.  Writs.]  By  p.s. 

The  like  directed  to  earls,  barons,  knights,  keepers  of  towns,  constables 
of  castles,  and  other  ministers  and  lieges. 

The  like  directed  to  all  commissioners  appointed  to  array  all  men  between 
sixteen  and  sixty  in  those  parts.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

Pardon  to  Ralph  de  Tyssyngton  for  his  adherence  to  Thomas,  late  earl 
of  Lancaster ;  with  restitution  of  the  messuage  and  two  carucates  of  land 
with  woods,  meadows  and  pastures  in  the  town  of  Claxeby,  which  he  had 
of  the  gift  of  the  said  earl,  and  which  came  into  the  king's  hands  as  an 
escheat.  By  p.s. 


266 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323. 

March  16. 
Enares- 
borough. 


March  18. 
Donoaster. 


March  17. 
Pontefract. 


March  15. 
Enares- 
borough. 


March  21. 
Lenton. 


March  21. 
Lenton. 


Membrane  28 — cont. 

Grant  during  pleasure  to  John  Gymmyng  of  the  bailiwick  of  the  forester- 
ship  of  the  king's  chace  in  the  Isle  of  Wight,  to  hold  in  like  manner  as 
others  have  held  it.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  Richard  de  Byflet,  keeper  of  that  Island,  to  dehver  it 
to  him. 

Gerard  Dorons,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating  Thomas 
de  Isham,  parson  of  the  church  of  St.  Nicholas,  Goldabbeye,  London,  and 
Ralph  de  Shenle,  chaplain,  his  attorneys  for  one  year. 

Grant  during  pleasure  to  John  le  Fougheler  of  the  bailiwick  of  the 
forestership  of  the  king's  hay  of  Birkelond  in  the  forest  of  Shirewode,  to 
hold  In  like  manner  as  others  have  held  it.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  to  John  de  Grumbwelle,  keeper  of  the  forest  on  this  side 
Trent  to  deliver  it  to  him. 

Notification,  on  trustworthy  testimony,  that  Robert  de  Stotevill,  son  of 
Robert  de  Stotevill,  is  the  nephew  and  lawful  heir  of  Robert  de 
Stotevill,  the  elder,  and  has  succeeded  to  him  in  all  the  goods 
which  the  latter  had  in  the  realm  of  France  on  the  day  of  his  death. 

ByK. 

Protection  for  three  years  for  Andrew  Peres  de  Castro  Seriz,  king's 
merchant,  merchant  of  Burgos  {Burgh)  in  Spain,  and  his  men  coming  into 
the  realm  to  trade,  with  exemption  from  arrest  for  any  debt  whereof  he  is 
not  the  principal  debtor  or  surety.  By  E. 

The  like  for  one  year  for  Nicholas  Pape  of  Hamburgh,  king's  merchant, 
who  has  promised  to  bring  com  and  other  victuals  from  Estland  and  Pruce 
into  the  realm  for  the  expedition  of  the  Scotch  war.  By  E. 

Mandate  to  Roger  de  Waltham,  keeper  of  certain  lands  in  the  county  of 
Stafford  which  are  in  the  king's  hands,  as  the  king  lately  wished  to  be 
certified  of  the  cause  of  the  capture  of  the  lands  of  Robert  de  Whitefeld  in 
Adgarsleye  and  Ottokesather.     Incomplete. 

Vacated  becatise  on  the  Close  Roll. 


March  21. 
Lenton. 


March  28. 
Sulby. 


March  22. 
Leicester. 


Mandate  to  Humphrey  de  Littlebury,  keeper  of  the  castle,  town,  land  and 
lordship  of  the  land  of  Radenore,  which  the  king  for  certain  causes  lately 
caused  to  be  taken  into  his  hands  by  the  said  Humphrey,  and  afterwards, 
upon  information  that  Margaret  de  Mortymer  held  the  same  in  dower, 
commanded  to  be  restored  to  her,  on  9  February,  15  Edward  II, 
as  appears  by  inspection  of  the  rolls  of  the  Chancery,  in  which  matter 
he  has  hitherto  done  nothing,  to  deliver  to  her  without  delay 
the  'premises  with  the  issues  received  since  the  time  of  the  said  caption  ; 
and  after  her  death  the  said  pren(uses  are  to  revert  to  the  king  by  reason  of 
the  forfeiture  incurred  by  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Wyggemor  to  whom 
the  same  ought  of  hereditary  right  to  have  descended. 

Signification  to  J.  bishop  of  Ely,  or  his  vicar  general  during  his  absence 
in  distant  parts,  of  the  royal  assent  to  the  election  of  Reginald  de  Neuton, 
a  monk  of  Thorneye,  to  be  abbot  of  that  house.  By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  until  Midsummer  for  John  de  Colevill, 
going  beyond  the  seas  with  J.  bishop  of  Ely. 


16  EDWARD  II.— Part  2. 


267 


1323. 


Membrane  28 — cont. 


The  like  for  the  following,  going  with 
John  de  Coventre. 
Gilbert  de  Earethorp. 
Robert  de  Holebech. 
Master  William  de  Birton 
John  de  Lye. 
Henry  Waleys. 
Thomas  Poleyn. 
William  de  Atherston. 
Alexander  le  Botyller. 
Simon  le  Ussher. 
Adam  de  Garton. 


the  said  bishop : — 
Robert  Modican. 
William  de  Clopton. 
William  de  Ousthorp. 
Master  Nicholas  de  Stocton. 
Walter  de  Heselarion. 
Thomas  de  Ousthorp. 
John  de  Weston. 
Robert  de  Bilkemoie. 
Gaucelin  Pagan. 
John  son  of  Peter  de  Hothum. 


Feb.  22. 
Newark. 


March  21. 
Lenton. 


March  15. 
Knar6&- 
borough. 


Giles  de  Trompyngton,  going  with  the  said  bishop,  has  letters  nominatin^^: 
John  Bernard  and  Thomas  de  Gotenham  his  attorneys  in  England  until 
Midsummer. 

The  following  going  with  the  said  bishop  have  like  letters : — 
John  de  Hothum,  the  younger,  nominating  John  de  Heselarton  and 

John  de  Ousthorp. 
John  de  Ros,  nominating  William  de  Fayrford  and  John  Eglyn. 
Master  William  de  Birton,  Master  Nicholas  de  Stokton,  William  de 

Ousthorp,  John  son  of  Peter  de'Hothum,  Thomas  de  Ousthorp  and 

Walter  de  Heselarton,  nominating  John  de  Heselarton  and  John  de 

Ousthorp. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  for  one  year  for  William  de  Bevercote, 
parson  of  the  church  of  St.  Peter,  Northampton. 

The  like  for  the  following : — 
John  de  Daylington,  clerk. 
The  abbot  of  Wellebek. 

The  abbot  of  St.  James  without  Northampton. 
John  de  Neweland,  parson  of  the  church  of  Bliseworth. 
Joan  de  Weston. 

The  master  and  brethren  of  the  hospital  of  Sunttynfeld  by  Witsand. 
Master    Robert  de   Weston,  parson  of    the  church    of  Asshele  by 

Rokyngham. 
John  de  Brantyngham,  sacristan  of  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln. 
Thomas  de  Neuson,  clerk. 

Thomas  de  Neuson,  parson  of  the  church  of  Great  Grauntesden. 
The  prior  of  St.  Bartholomew's,  Smythefeld,  London. 

Commission  to  Walter  de  Pavely  and  the  sheriff  of  Wilts,  after  recital  of 
the  commission  [81  October,  p,  218]  directed  to  them,  to  array  all  fencible 
men  between  sixteen  and  sixty  in  that  county,  so  as  to  be  ready  to  join  the 
king  at  given  notice.     [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  following  in  the  following  counties  : — 
John  de  Botreux  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Cornwall. 
Stephen  de  Haccombe  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Devon. 
John  de  Clivedon  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Somerset. 
John  Peverel  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Dorset. 

John  de  Scures,  the  sheriff,  and  James  de  Norton,  co.  Southampton. 
John  Haward,  the  sheriff,  and  Geoffrey  Whith,  co.  Norfolk. 
John  Haward,  the  sheriff,  and  Edmund  de  Hemegrave,  oo.  Suffolk. 
John  Daubernoun,  the  younger,  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Surrey. 
Thomas  Tregoz  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Sussex. 
Stephen  de  Cobham  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Kent. 


268 


CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323. 

April  14. 
Tower  of 
London. 


Membrane  28 — cant. 

Simon  de  Eynardesle  and  Robert  de  Hagham,  co.  Essex. 

Richard  de  Perers  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Hertford. 

John  de  Lymbury  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Cambridge. 

William  Moigne  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Huntingdon. 

Robert  Malet  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Buckingham. 

John  de  Mortayne  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Bedford. 

William  le  Blount  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Rutland. 

Roger  de  Brok  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Middlesex. 

Robert  de  Ardem,  John  do  Harecourt  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Oxford. 

Reginald  Pavely  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Berks. 

Thomas  de  Mounteneye  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Northampton. 

William  de  Wauton  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Gloucester.  -^ 

William  Corbet  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Worcester. 

Roger  Chaundos,  the  sheriff,  and  Richard  de  Baskerville,  co.  Hereford. 

Roger  Corbet  of  Tassele  and  the  sheriff,  co.  Salop.      [Pari.  Writs], 

Afterwards  2  June,  the  king  being  at  Thorp  by  York,  and  a  truce  having 

been  made  with  the  Scots,  the  above  commissioners  were  commanded  to 

surcease  the  execution  of  the  foregoing,  as  more  fully  appears  in  the  dorse 

of  the  Close  Roll  under  the  same  date.      [FarL  Writs,]  By  K. 

The  form  of  the  array.     French.      [Pari,  Writs.] 


March  14. 

Enares- 
borough. 


April  4. 

Westminster. 


April  1. 
Westminster. 


April  6. 
Tower  of 
London. 


MEMBRANE    22. 

Notification  of  a  truce  with  Robert  de  Brus  and  the  Scots  until  Holy 
Trinity  next.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  keepers  of  towns,  constables  of  castles,  sheriffs  and  other 
ministers  of  the  king  tp  see  that  the  truce  is  kept. 

The  like  to  the  sheriff  of  Cumberland  to  see  that  it  is  proclaimed  and 
kept. 

The  like  to  the  sheriff  of  Northumberland.     French.     [Fa^d^a,'] 

Appointment  of  Anthony  de  Lucy,  to  preserve  the  truce  in  the  county  of 
Cumberland.     French,      [Fcedei-a,]  By  K. 

The  like  of  Ralph  de  Nevill  and  Roger  de  Horsle  in  the  county  of 
Northumberland.     French.      [Fosdera.] 

Power  to  William  de  Herle  to  confirm  the  said  truce  in  the  king's  name. 
French.      [Fcedera.] 

Protection  with  clause  nolumns  until  Michaelmas  for  Thomas  Cobbe  and 
William  Colian,  going  with  their  ships  to  the  southern  parts  of  the  realm 
to  buy  com  and  victuals  and  to  convey  the  same  to  York,  Newcastle  upon 
Tyne  and  the  northern  parts  of  the  realm,  they  having  found  security  in 
the  Chancery  that  they  will  not  take  the  same  elsewhere  or  communicate 
with  the  Scots.  By  C. 

Safe-conduct  until  Ascension  for  Alexander  de  Seton  and  William  de 
Mountfichet,  knights,  and  Master  Walter  de  Twynham,  clerk,  coming  to 
Newcastle  upon  Tyne,  on  behalf  of  Robert  de  Brus  and  his  accomplices, 
to  treat  of  peace  with  the  commissioners  whom  the  king  will  send  there  on 
that  account.      [Fadera.]  By  E. 

Power  to  Henry,  lord  of  Sully,  to  prolong  the  present  truce  with  Robert 
de  Brus  and  his  adherents  &om  Holy  Trinity  until  some  later  term. 
[Fcedera.]  By  K. 


16  EDWABD  n.— Pabt  2. 


269 


1323. 

April  8. 

Tower  of 
J^ondun. 


April  6. 
Tower  of 
London. 


April  4. 
Westminster. 

AprU  6. 

Westminster. 


April  6. 

Westminster, 


April  5. 
Westminster. 


April  7. 
Westminster. 


April  7. 
Tower  of 
London. 
April  16. 
Tower  of 
London. 


Meinhrane  22 — conU 

Herbert  do  Marisco,  going  to  Ireland,  has  letters  nominating  Richard  de 
Byrland  and  Nicholas  Martyn  his  attorneys  in  England  for  two  years. 

Simple  protection  until  Christmas  for  Richard  de  Biirgo,  earl  of  Ulster, 
and  William  de  Burgo,  coming  to  the  king  on  the  king's  business. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Bobert  de  Baldok. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  John  de  Langeton,  king's  clerk,  as  a 
chamberlain  of  the  Exchequer  in  the  room  of  Master  James  de  Ispannia, 
king's  kinsman.  By  p.s. 

Mandate  in  pursuance  to  the  treasurer  and  chamberlains  of  the  Exchequer. 
[Pari   WriU.] 

Safe-conduct  until  All  Saints  for  the  abbot  of  Thame,  going  beyond  the 
seas  on  his  own  business,  or  for  the  men  of  his  household. 

Ralph,  abbot  of  Pr^aux,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating 
Richard  de  Pratellis  and  Richard  Fauquet  his  attorneys  in  England  for  five 
years.  By  fine  of  40«.     Norfolk. 

Protection  until  the  Holy  Trinity  for  the  men  and  subjects  of  the  Count 
of  Flanders,  now  in  Scotland,  returning  from  thence  to  England  or  the 
parts  of  Flanders,  a  truce  having  been  made  between  the  king's  lieges  and 
the  men  of  the  said  Count  touching  the  dissensions  between  them  until 
Michaelmas,  on  condition  that  the  count  shall  desist  from  giving  any  aid 
to  the  Scots  and  rebels  and  from  communicating  with  them.      [Fcedera,'] 

ByK. 

Afterwards  17  April  the  said  letters  were  renewed  until  the  octave  of 
Midsummer.      [F<zdera.'\  By  K. 

Notification  directed  to  the  jbldermen,  sheriffs,  citizens,  and  commonalty 
of  the  city  of  London,  of  the  appointment  by  the  king  of  Nicholas  de 
Farnedon,  citizen  of  London,  to  the  ofiice  of  the  mayoralty  of  the  said 
city  during  pleasure.      [Fcaiera :  Pari.  Writs.]  By  K. 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Simon  Flambard  to  the  prior 
and  convent  of  St.  Fredeswyde's,  Oxford,  of  a  messuage  in  London,  which 
is  worth  in  all  its  issues  7s.  2d.  a  year,  as  appears  by  inquisition  niade  by 
Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side  Trent ;  in  part 
satisfaction  of  .a  licence,  granted  to  them  at  the  instance  of  Margaret, 
countess  of  Cornwall,  the  king's  niece,  to  acquire  lands  and  rent  to  the 
value  of  201.  a  year. 

Pardon  at  the  request  of  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  to  John  Boterel  for 
his  adherence  to  the  rebels.  By  p.s. 

Master  Robert  de  Hasele,  parson  of  the  church  of  Derham,  and  prebendary 
of  the  collegiate  church  of  Westbury,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters 
nominating  William  de  Thunneyk  and  Thomas  Barry  of  Brystoll  his 
attorneys  in  England  for  two  years. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumm  for  one  year  for  John  de  Tonyford,  parson 
of  the  church  of  Preston. 

The  like  for  Robert  de  Hakeneye. 


March  80. 

Langley. 


MEMBRANE  21. 

Appointment,  during  pleasure,  of  Oillard  de  Welle  to  the  custody  of  the 
castle  of  Hardelagh  with  the  same  fee  as  others  have  received  in  that 
office.  By  p.s. 


270  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1  ooQ  Membrane  21 — cont. 

Mandate  to  the  constable  of  the  said  castle  to  deliver  it  to  him  with  its 
armour,  victuals,  &c. 
The  like  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  justice  of  Wales,  or  his  lieutenant. 

April  8.  Protection  with  clause  nolumm  for  one  year  for  Master  John  de  Ros, 

WestmiiiBter.  parson  of  the  church  of  Bisshopesbourn. 

The  like  for  the  following : — 
Richard  Frost  of  Suthampton. 
Laurence  de  Dunolmia  of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne. 
The  prior  of  Montacute. 

Laurence  de  Rustiton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Hertyng. 
John  de  Bruge,  parson  of  the  church  of  Heghardres. 
John  de  Tryple. 

The  said  John  and  Hugh  de  Tothill. 
John  de  Marton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Westtillebury,  who  is 

constantly  attendant  upon  the  king's  business. 
John  de  Langeton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Langeton. 
Alexander  son  of  Ellas  le  Callere  of  Walleworth  and  Elias  his  brother. 
Hawise  la  Converse  of  Oxford. 

Peter  de  la  Rokele.  Bj  E. 

Roger  de  Drax,  parson  of  the  church  of  Saynesbyre. 
John  de  Langeton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Langeton. 
The  prior  of  St.  Neots. 
John  le  Weydour  of  Northampton. 
John  de  Langeton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Langeton. 
Walter  de  Lisula. 

April  7.  Theobald  de  Goldyngton,  parson  of  the  church  of  Dale. 

Tower  of  The  prior  of  Dover. 

London. 

Richard,  parson  of  the  church  of  Theiden  Gemoun. 

Andrew  de  Medestede. 

The  abbot  of  Humberstane. 

Master  William  de  Lubenham,  parson  of  the  church  of  Hargrave. 

The  abbot  of  Faversham. 

Master  Robert  de  Patrica,  archdeacon  of  Stafford. 

Roger,  parson  of  the  church  of  Saynesbury. 

Master  Simon  de  Mune,  parson  of  the  church  of  Bredon. 
The  prior  of  Lewes. 

Robert  de  Ailleston,  prebendary  of  Button. 
The  abbot  of  Grestain. 

Master  Robert  de  Hasele,  parson  of  the  church  of  Derham  and  pre- 
bendary of  the  collegiate  church  of  Westbury. 
William  de  Drax,  parson  of  the  church  of  Lambeheth. 
Hugh  de  Notyngham. 

William  de  Loppedell,  parson  of  the  church  of  Selesye. 
John  de  Boulewas. 

April  1.  Grant,  during  pleasure,  to  the  prior  and  Friars  Preachers  of  Oxford  that 

Westminster,  thev  may  dig  stone  at  Whateleye  in  a  place  called  Cherlegrave,  which  is 
within  the  metes  of  the  forest  of  Shottovre,  in  the  king's  soil  there  in  a 
space  of  100  feet  square,  and  bring  the  same  to  Oxford  for  the  repair  of 
their  houses,  in  accordance  with  the  grant  to  that  effect  made  9  July 
82  Edward  I.  [Cal.  Patent  EoUs  82  Edward  I,  p.  288.]  By  p.s. 


16  EDWARD  n.— Part  2.  271 


1  QOQ  Membrane  21 — cont. 

April  3.  Request,  for  one  year,  to  the  prior  general,  priors  provincial  and  local  of 

Westminster,    the  order  of  Carmelities  to  receive  favourably  Richard  Baldewyn,  a  friar 

of  that  order  and  one  of  the  king's  Household  {familmrvi  7ioster),  who  is 
going  in  fulfilment  of  a  vow  on  pilgrimage  to  the  shrines  of  St.  Mary  the 
Virgin  of  Toulouse,  St.  James  and  St.  Mary  Magdalen.  By  K. 

April  4.  Safe-conduct  until  the  Holy  Trinity  for  two  foot-men,  whom  Henry,  lord 

Westminster,    of  Sully,  is  sending  to  Scotland  on  his  business.  By  K. 

April  4.  Stephen  de  Jusseaux,  going  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating  John 

Westminster,    de  Torryng,  parson  of  the  church  of  Torryng,  and  Guy  de  Jusseaux  his 
^  attorneys  in  England  for  two  years. 

Protection  with  clause  volumus  for  one  year  for  Master  John  de  Shordich, 
gone  beyond  the  seas  on  the  king's  service.  By  K. 

April  5.  The  like,  until  Christmas,  for  R.  bishop  of  Winchester,  staying  beyond 

Westminster,    the  seas  on  the  king's  service.  By  K. 

April  4.  The  like  for  one  year  for  Robert  de  Hockele,  staying  beyond  the  seas  on 

Westminster,    the  king's  service.  By  K. 

The  like  for  the  following : — 
Thomas  de  Hockele. 
Stephen  de  Hockele.  By  E. 

April  4.  Simple  protection  for  two  years  for  Joan  late  the  wife  of  John  de  Bohoun 

Westminster,     of  Midhurst. 

April  1.  Association  of  John  de  Swyneford,  in  the  room  of  William  Moigne,  who 

Westminster,  does  not  reside  in  the  county  and  cannot  act,  with  the  sheriff  of  Hunting- 
don, to  array  the  men  between  sixteen  and  sixty  in  that  county. 
[Pari.  Writs.]  By  C. 

April'  6.  Grant  to  Giles  de  Bello  Campo  of  the  manor  of  Mawardyn,  co.  Hereford, 

Westminster,    q^it  of  rent,  late  of  Roger  de  Mortuo  Mari  of  Chirk,  a  rebel,  and  which  by 

forfeiture  came  into  the  king's  hands,  for  so  long  as  the  said  Giles  shall 
serve  the  king  or  until  the  king  shall  provide  him  with  land  to  the 
value  of  40Z.  a  year ;  grant  also  to  him  of  the  king's  gift  of  all  the  goods 
therein,  viz.  the  com  growing  in  the  lands  as  well  as  other  things.    By  p.s. 

April  6.  R.  bishop  of  Winchester,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letters  nominating 

Westminster.    John  de  Dorsete  and  Peter  de  Capite  Carerii  his  attorneys  in  England  for 

one  year.  By  K. 

April  4.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  abbot  and  convent  of 

Westminster.  Lesnes  of  divers  parcels  of  land  and  messuages  in  Lesnes  by  William  de 
Langeford,  John  de  Langeford,  William  Calt  of  Estdon  and  Simon  Sefoul 
of  Lesnes :  in  Chiselhurst  by  John  son  of  William  le  Fader  and  Maud 
his  wife ;  in  Tonge  by  John  le  Fader  and  Joan  his  wife,  John  Baldelot, 
Peter  Doberich,  William  Doberich  and  William  de  Norwyco;  and  in 
Wilmynton  by  Thomas  le  Hert  of  Hokholt,  all  which  are  held  of  the  abbot 
and  convent  and  are  worth  in  all  their  issues  Vis.  M.  a  vear,  as  appears  by 
inquisition  made  by  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this 
side  Trent ;  in  part  satisfaction  of  a  licence  to  acquire  lands  and  rents  to 
the  value  of  20Z.  a  year. 

April  5.  Master  Pancius  de  Controne,  staying  in  England,  has  letters  nominating 

Westminster*   John  Marsuppini  of  Florence  his  attorney  in  Ireland  for  two  years. 


272  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1  ong  Membrane  21 — cont. 

April  5.  Pardon  to  Henry  de  Hounholl  for  his  adherence  to  Nicholas  de  Turvill, 

WestminBter.    a  rebel,  saving  to  the  king  the  forfeiture  of  his  lands.  By  p.s. 

April  4.  Licence  for  Robert  de  Beverlaco,  clerk,  to  grant  to  Alice  la  Botillere  and 

Westminster.  John  her  son  2  messuages,  200  acres  of  land,  8  acres  of  meadow,  8 
acres  of  pasture,  10  acres  of  wood  and  14s.  of  rent  in  Elmedon,  held  in 
chief  as  of  the  honor  of  Boulogne,  to  hold  to  the  said  Alice  and  John  and 
the  heirs  of  the  body  of  the  said  John  with  successive  remainders  to  Robert 
brother  of  the  said  John,  and  the  heirs  of  his  body,  and  to  Eleanor  their 
sister,  and  her  heirs.  By  fine  of  40s. 

April  8.  William  de  Estaniaco,  staying  beyond  the  seas,  has  letter^  nominating 

Tower  of      Richard  de  Haseldenn  and  Peter  de  Gumbremount  his  attorneys  in  England 
London.        fo^  ^j^q  yg^rs. 


MEMBRANE   20. 

April  1.  Presentation  of  Robert  Elis   of  Foulboum  to  the  church  of  Little 

Westminster.  Wrattynge  in  the  diocese  of  Norwich,  void  by  the  resignation  of  Roger  de 
Burgoyne,  the  last  rector,  and  in  the  king's  gift  by  reason  of  his  custody 
of  the  land  and  heir  of  Albred  de  Capellis,  tenant  in  chief. 

March  80.        Pardon  to  Robert  le  Fevre  of  Ramsthorp  for  the  death  of  Roger  Janewey 
Langley.      of  Ramsthorp,  and  of  any  consequent  outlawry.  By  p.s. 

April  2.  Request  to  J.  bishop  of  Carlisle  to  admit  Roger  de  Levyngton,  king's 

Westminster,  clerk,  to  the  church  of  Stapelton  in  the  diocese  of  Carlisle,  which  belongs 
to  the  presentation  of  the  king  by  reason  of  the  lands  late  of  Walter  de 
Corry,  a  rebel,  being  in  the  king's  hands,  and  also  to  Richard  de  Kirkebride, 
Peter  Tylliol,  Walter  de  Kyrkebride  and  Patrick  de  Sutheyk,  who  have 
joined  with  the  king  in  presenting  him.  By  E. 

April  5.  Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  by  Master  Gilbert  de  Middelton, 

Westminster,  king's  clerk,  archdeacon  of  Northampton,  of  20  acres  of  wood,  18  acres  of 
meadow,  and  14  acres  of  pasture  in  Wappenham,  co.  Northampton,  and 
the  advowson  of  the  church  of  that  town,  held  in  chief,  to  religious  houses, 
or  secular  chaplains  celebrating  divine  service  daily  in  the  said  church  for 
the  souls  of  Edward  I,  the  king  after  his  death,  the  king's  ancestors  and 
heirs,  the  said  Gilbert,  his  ancestors  and  benefactors,  and  all  the  faithful 
departed :  licence  also  for  the  appropriation  of  the  said  church.        By  p.s. 

April  1.  Mandate  to  the  taxers  and  collectors  of  the  tenth  and  sixth  and  to  the 

Westminster,  purveyors  of  com  for  the  king's  use  to  do  as  Walter  de  Norwyco,  chief 
baron  of  the  Exchequer,  appointed  to  make  provision  of  corn  and  to  provide 
for  the  payment  thereof,  shall  direct  them  ;  the  taxers  and  collectors  are  to 
receive  letters  from  the  said  Walter  for  payments  made  by  his  direction,  for 
which  allowance  will  be  made  to  them  at  the  Exchequer. 
Vacated  because  surrendered  and  cancelled, 

April  6.  Writ  of  aid  until  Whitsuntide  for  Maneutus  Francisci,  king's  merchant, 

Westminster,    appointed  to  purvey  com  in  divers  counties  for  the  Scotch  war.  By  K. 

April  5.  Mandate  to  the  taxers  and  collectors  of  the  tenth  and  sixth  in  the  county 

Westminster,  of  Cambridge,  to  pay  for  the  corn  bought  for  the  Scotch  war  by  John  de 
Crek,  William  de  Leycestre,  and  Andrew  le  Moigne  in  the  county  of  Cam- 
bridge, viz.  612i  quarters  of  wheat  at  10s.  a  quarter,  614i  quarters  of 
barley  at  8^.,  16^  quarters  of  beans  at  Ss.,  and  88  quarters  of  oats  at  45.,  part 


16  EDWABD  n.— Pabt  2.  278 


1323. 


Membrane  20 — cont. 


of  the  purveyanoe  they  were  lately  commanded  to  make,  viz.  1,500 
quarters  of  wheat,  1,000  quarters  of  barley,  500  quarters  of  beans,  and  500 
quarters  of  oats.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  taxers  and  collectors  for  the  county  of  Huntingdon  to  pay 
at  the  same  rate  for  the  com  bought  by  the  same  commissioners  in  that 
county.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  taxers  and  collectors  for  the  county  of  Essex,  to  pay  at 
the  same  rate  for  the  com  bought  there  by  John  de  Lyston,  John  de 
Grosseby  and  John  de  Dovre,  at  the  rate  of  10s.  the  quarter  for  wheat, 
and  4s.  the  quarter  for  oats. 

The  like  to  the  taxers  and  collectors  for  the  county  of  Kent,  to  pay  for  the 
com  bought  there  by  Henry  de  Sardenn,  Nicholas  de  Acton,  Stephen  de 
Delham,  and  John  de  Breideston  at  the  rate  of  lis.  a  quarter  for  wheat, 
Is,  Gil,  a  quarter  for  barley,  and  is.  a  quarter  for  oats.  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  taxers  and  collectors  for  the  county  of  Nottingham  to  pay 
at  the  rate  of  125.  the  quarter  for  wheat,  95.  the  quarter  for  barley,  95.  the 
quarter  for  beans  and  peas,  for  the  provisions  bought  there  by  Richard  de 
Whatton,  Robert  de  Notingham,  and  William  de  Dogmeresfeld.  By  E. 

April  18.         The  like  to  the  taxers  and  collectors  in  the  parts  of  Lyndeseye,   co. 
Westminster     Lincoln,   to  pay  for  the  corn   bought  there  by  Simon  de  Lunderthorp, 

Gilbert  deEboraco  and  Alan  de  Cubbeldyk,  viz.  1,608  quarters  of  wheat, 

1,086  quarters  of  barley,  151i  quarters  of  draget,  68  quarters  of  *  hastebere' 

and  542i  quarters  of  oats.  By  E. 

The  like  to  the  taxers  and  collectors  in  the  parts  of  Eesteven,  co.  Lincoln. 

The  like  to  the  taxers  and  collectors  in  the  parts  of  Holand,  co.  Lincoln. 

April  1.  Writ  de  intendendo  to  the  sheriffs  and  other  bailiffis  and  ministers  of  the 

Westminster,    king  of  the  counties  of  Essex,  Norfolk,  Suffolk,  Cambridge,  Huntingdon 

and  Lincoln  for  the  above  Walter  de  Norwyco,  chief  baron  of  the  Exchequer, 

whom  the  king  has  charged  with  making  purveyances  and  payments  in 

this  matter.  By  E. 

April  6.  Pardon  to  William  de  Beaupuche  for  the  death  of  John  de  Wetewang, 

Tower  of      and  of  any  consequent  outlawry.  By  p.s. 

London. 

April  7.  Grant  to  John  Harsek,  king's  yeoman,  of  the  manor  of  Moundeford, 

Tower  of      co.  Norfolk,  late  of  Warin  de  Insula,  a  rebel,  which  by  forfeiture  is  in  the 

London.       king's  hands,  to  hold  so  long  as  he  serves  the  king  or  until  the  king  shall 

provide  him  with  20  marks  a  year  of  land.  By  p.s. 

April  4.  Writ  of  aid  for  John  Haward  and  Benedict  de  Braham  appointed  to  arrest 

Westminster.    Richard  de  Holbrok.  By  E. 

April  7.  Mandate  to  the  taxers  and  collectors  of  the  tenth  and  sixth  in  the  county 

Westminster,    of  Suthampton  to  pay  for  the  provisions  bought  by  the  king's  command  by 

the  sheriff  in  that  county  by  view  of  Thomas  de  Geyrgrave,  king's  clerk, 
viz.  478  quarters  of  wheat  at  divers  prices,  406  quarters  of  barley  at  65.  8^/. 
the  quarter,  887  quarters  of  oats  at  divers  prices,  and  162  bacons  at  divers 
prices,  amounting  in  the  whole  to  462Z.  95.  8^/.,  for  which  payments  allow- 
ances will  be  made  in  their  accounts.  By  E. 

April  18.         Mandate  to  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk,  escheator  on  this  side 

Tower  of      Trent,  to  deliver  the  temporalities  of  the  abbey  of  Thomeye  to  Reginald 

London.       ^q  Neuton,  a  monk  of  that  house,  whose  election  to  be  abbot  thereof  has 

been  confirmed  by  John  de  Crauden,  prior  of  Ely,  vicar  genaral  of  J.  bishop 

of  Ely  during  his  absence  in  distant  parts,  the  king  having  taken  foalty 

from  and  restored  the  temporalities  to  the  said  Reginald.  By  E. 

Writ  de  intendendo  directed  to  the  tenants  of  the  abbey. 

249C2  8 


274  CALENDAR  OF  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1323,  MEMBRANE  19. 

April  5.  Oommission  to  Thomas  Lercedekne  and  Reginald  de  Botreaux  to  array 

Westminster.    200  footmen  armed  with  haketons,  basnets  and  *  palettis  *  and  to  lead  them 

to  the  king  at  Newcastle  upon  Tyne  by  the  Octave  of  the  Nativity  of  St. 
John  the  Baptist  to  go  against  the  Scots.     [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  following  in  the  following  counties : — 
John  de  Sutton,  Geoffrey  de  Sancto  Quintino  and  Thomas  Ughtred, 

in  CO.  York,  4,500. 
Walter  de  Goushull,  Thomas  de  Longevilers  and  William  de  Rosels, 

in  COS.  Nottingham  and  Derby,  1,500. 
Walter  de  Stirkland  and  Richard  de  Denton  in  cos.  Cumberland  and 

Westmoreland,  2,000. 
Gilbert  de  Burghdon  and  Adam  de  Denton  in  co.  Northumberland,  500. 
Richard'  de  Hoghton  and  William  Gentil,  in  co.  Lancaster,  1,000, 

besides  400  bowmen  selected  at  another  time. 
John  Sauvage  and  Thomas  de  Sandwyco,  in  co.  Eent,  except  the 

Wealds,  400. 
Roger  de  Bavent  and  Nicholas  Gentil,  in  co.  Surrey,  100. 
Ralph  de  Wedon  and  Ralph  son  of  Richard,  in  cos.  Bedford  and 

Buckingham,  800. 
Robert  de  Moreby  and  Reginald  Favely,  in  cos.  Oxford  and  Berks,  800. 
William  de  Lucy  and  Hugh  de  Prestwold,  in  the  counties  of  Warwick 

and  Leicester,  800. 
William  Corbet  and  Clement  de  Doneclent,  in  co.  Worcester,  200. 
John  de  Lymbury  and  John  de  Swynford,  in  cos.   Cambridge  and 

Huntingdon,  400. 
Afterwards,  on  6  May,  as  John  de  Swyneford  could  not  attend  thereto, 
John  de  Dene  was  appointed  in  his  place. 

John  Haward,  John  de  Fitton  and  John  de  Whelnetham  in  cos. 

Norfolk  and  Suffolk,  700. 
John  Daundelyn  and  John  de  Deen,  in  co.  Northampton,  500. 
John  Hakelut  and  William  le  Blount,  in  co.  Rutland,  ICO. 
John  Darcy,  *  Tuncle,'  William  Wasteneys  and  Alexander  de  Monte 

Forti,  in  co.  Lincoln,  2,000. 

Nicholas  Dauneye  and  William  de  Cheverston,  in  co.  Devon,  800. 
Afterwards,  on  5  May,  as  the  said  Nicholas  could  not  attend  thereto, 
Stephen  de  Haccombe  was  appointed  in  his  place. 

John  de  Enefeld  and  Gilbert  Barentyn,  in  co.  Middlesex,  100. 
Afterwards,  on  5  May,  as  the  said  Gilbert  could  not  attend  thereto, 
Th.  Wyot  was  appointed  in  his  place. 

Nicholas  de  Farndon,  the  mayor,  and  Anketin  Gysors,  in  the  city  of 
London,  200.     Anketin  to  be  their  leader.      [Pari,  Writs,] 
Afterwards,  on  2  June,  the  king  being  at  Thorp  by  York,  and  a  truce  being 
made  with  the  Scots  the  above  commissioners  were  commanded  to  surcease 
the  execution  of  the  premises.     [Pari,  Writs,] 

April  12.  Commission  to  Edmund,  earl  of  Arundel,  justice  of  Wales,  or  his  lieuten- 
Tower  of  ant,  to  array  4,000  footmen  in  North  Wales  and  South  Wales  and  to 
London.       apportion  the  contingents  at  his  discretion.      [Pari.  Writs,]  By  K. 

The  like  to  the  same  Edmund,  lord  of  Eery,  Kedewy,  Clon,  Oswaldestre 
and  Chirk  to  array  500  footmen  in  those  lands.     [Pari,  Writs.]  By  K. 


^ 


16  EDWARD  II.— Pabt  2. 


276 


1323. 


April  13. 

Tower  of 

London. 


April  16. 

Tower  of 
London. 

April  18. 
Knarcs- 
borough. 

April  14. 
Tower  of 
London. 


Membram  19 — cont. 

The  like  to  the  following: — 
Edmund,  earl  of  Kent,  lord  of  the  land  of  Melenith,  for  800. 
John  Grey,  lord  of  the  land  of  Driffyn  Cloyt,  for  200. 
Henry  de  Lancastre,  lord  of  the  lands  of  Monemuwe,  Eedwelly,  and 

Carwathlan,  for  800. 
Thomas,  earl  of  Norfolk,  lord  of  the  lands  of  Strogoyl  and  Nether- 

went,  for  100. 
John  de  Hastyng,  lord  of  the  lands  of  Bergeveny  and  Went,  for  800. 
Robert  de  Monte  Alto,  lord  of  the  lands  of  Estradelon  and  Hawardyn, 

for  100. 
Fnlk  son  of  Warin,  lord  of  the  land  of  Whitynton,  for  60. 
William  la  Zousch  of  Assheby,  lord  of  the  lands  of  Elvayl  Ughmenyth 

and  Elvayl  Ismenyth,  for  200. 
Hugh  le  Despenser,  the  younger,  lord  of  the  lands  of  Morgannou  and 

Glamorgan,  for  1,000. 
Isabella,  queen  of  England,  lady  of  the  land  of  Maillorseisenek,  for  100. 
Elizabeth  de  Burgo,  lady  of  the  land  of  Gower,  for  200. 
Hugh  le  Despenser,  earl  of  Winchester,  lord  of  the  lands  of  Dynbegh, 

Rowynnok  and  Eeinmerich,  for  600. 
John  de  Warenna,  earl  of  Surrey,  lord  of  the  lands  of  Bromfeld  and 

Yale,  for  400. 
John  de  Charleton,  lord  of  the  land  of  Fouwys,  for  600. 
The  keeper  of  the  lands  of  Audele  and  Gantrebaghan  in  the  Marches, 

for  100. 
The  keeper  of  the  land  of  Brekheneu,  for  200. 
The  keeper  of  the  land  of  Buelt,  for  100. 
The  keeper  of  the  lands  of  Penkethely,  Blenleveny,  Bolkedynas  and 

Brentles,  for  400. 
John  de  Crumbwell,  keeper  of  the  land  of  Hope,  for  60.   [Pari,  Writs,] 
Afterwards,  on  2  June,  by  reason  of  the  above  truce,  these  commissions 
were  superseded.     [Pari.  Writs.] 

Licence  for  the  alienation  in  mortmain  to  the  prior  and  convent  of 
Christchurch,  Canterbury,  for  the  maintenance  of  seven  chaplains  to 
celebrate  divine  service  daily  in  the  chapel  of  St.  Thomas  the  Martyr  by  the 
gate  of  their  priory  for  the  souls  of  the  king  and  his  ancestors  and  for  the 
faithful  departed,  by  William  de  Wertyng  of  84  acres  of  land  in  Bisshopin- 
denn  and  Great  Chert,  and  by  Bertram  de  Twitham  of  24jt  acres  of  land  and 
4  acres  of  meadow  in  Old  Romenale  and  Brok  by  Wy  held  of  the  said 
prior  and  convent,  which  are  worth  in  all  their  issues  lOs.  Sd.  a  year,  as 
appears  by  inquisitions  made  by  Master  John  Walewayn,  king's  clerk, 
escheator  on  this  side  Trent,  in  part  satisfaction  of  licence  to  acquire 
lands  and  rents  to  the  value  of  201.  a  year. 

Grant  for  life  to  Simon  de  Redyng,  serjeant  at  arms,  of  the  lands  in 
Curwyard  and  la  Wodehalle,  co.  Worcester,  late  of  John  Wyard,  a  rebel, 
which  as  an  escheat  are  in  the  king's  hands.  ,         By  p.s. 

Protection  with  clause  nolumus  for  one  year  for  William  de  Ayremynne, 
prebendary  of  Leghton  Busard  in  the  church  of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln.    By  K. 

Protection  for  one  year  for  John  de  Woume,  king's  merchant,  going 
beyond  the  seas  to  buy  and  bring  victuals  into  England  ;  nothing  is  to  be 
taken  against  his  will  from  his  goods. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  R.  de  Baldok. 


276 


CALENDAR  OP  PATENT  ROLLS. 


1353. 

April  14. 

Tower  of 

London. 

April  18. 

Tower  of 
London. 


Membrane  19 — cont. 

Protection  with  safe-conduct  until  St.  Peter  ad  Vincula,  for  William  de 
Werdale,  king's  clerk,  going  beyond  the  seas  on  pilgrimage. 

Notification  that  Robert  de  Bhirlond,  imprisoned  on  suspicion  during  the 
late  disturbances  in  the  realm,  has  been  released  from  gaol  by  the  king, 
who  now  is  fully  informed  of  his  good  conduct. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Bobert  de  Baldok. 


April  18. 
Westminster. 


April  18. 
Westminster. 


April  18. 
Westminster. 


MEMBRANE    18. 

April  20         Protection  with  cl&use  nolumtis  for  one  year  for  the  prioress  of  St.  Helen's, 
Langley.      London. 

The  like  for  the  following  : — 

Master  Richard  de  Dane,  parson  of  the  church  of  Tuggeford. 

The  abbot  of  Muchelnye. 

The  prioress  of  St.  Mary's,  Clerkenewell. 

William  de  Harewell. 

The  prior  of  Goldeclyve. 

The  prior  of  Newstead  upon  Ancolne. 

Hugh  Gemoun,  parson  of  the  church  of  Elkesleye. 

William  de  Ayremynne,  prebendary  of  Leghton  Busard  in  the  church 

of  St.  Mary,  Lincoln. 
Gilbert  de  Ebor[acQ],  parson  of  the  church  of  Little  Bradleye. 
The  abbess  of  Elnestowe. 

Presentation  of  John  de  Carleton  to  a  moiety  of  the  church  of  Ekynton 
in  the  diocese  of  Coventry  and  Lichfield,  in  the  king's  gift  by  reasoh  of 
his  custody  of  the  land  and  heir  of  John  de  Stotevill,  tenant  in  chief. 

By  p.s. 

Protection  and  safe-conduct  until  Michaelmas  for  the  men  of  the  land  of 
Flanders,  coming  into  the  realm  to  trade,  the  king,  at  the  request  of  Louis 
count  of  Flanders  and  Nevers,  having  made  a  truce  with  him  until  that  date, 
in  accordance  with  which  the  count  has  ordered  that  the  Scots  in  Flanders 
are  to  be  removed  within  a  certain  term,  and  his  subjects  are  to  desist  from 
giving  aid  to  them.  The  men  of  the  count  are  not  to  be  arrested  for  any 
trespasses  committed  by  others,  or  for  debts,  whereof  they  are  not  principal 
debtors  or  sureties,  provided  they  attempt  nothing  against  the  form  of  the 
statute  of  the  woolstaple.     [Foedera.]  By  K. 

Protection  with  clause  rogamus  for  three  years  for  the  brethren  and  sisters 
of  the  hospital  of  St.  Giles  without  Shrewsbury. 

Appointment  during  pleasure  of  Bobert  Bataill  to  be  captain  and  admiral 
in  the  West  of  the  fleet  of  ships  from  the  Cinque  Ports  and  elsewhere, 
which  the  king  caused  to  be  summoned  to  go  against  the  Scots  and  rebels ; 
with  power  to  punish  mariners  and  others  of  the  said  fleet.  By  K. 

,     Writ  de  intendendo  to  the  barons,  masters,  mariners  and  others  of  the 
said  fleet.  By  K. 

Pardon  to  the  owners  {'patronu)^  merchants,  masters  and  mariners  of  the 
five  galleys  of  the  town  of  Venice  of  all  homicides  committed  by  them  in  the 
dissensions  which  arose  between  them  and  the  men  of  Southampton  and 
the  Isle  of  Wight  when  they  lately  came  to  Southampton,  wherein  men 
were  killed  on  both  sides,  on  which  account  the  said  owners,  merchants 
and  others  fear  to  come  into  the  realm,  on  condition  that  they  stand  to 
right  if  any  one  wishes  to  implead  them.      [Fcedera,']  By  K. 


April  18. 
Westminster, 

April  18. 
Westminster. 


April  16. 

Westminster. 


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277 


1323. 

April  18. 
Westminster 


April  21. 
Langley. 


April  28. 
Langley. 


April  29. 
Oakham. 


April  26. 

Newnham  by 

Bedford. 

April  26. 
Newnham. 


April  20. 
Langley 


April  29. 
Newark 


Membrane  18 — cont. 

Safe-conduct  until  Michaelmas  for  Giles  de  Hersbergh^  townsman  of 
Bruges  in  Flanders,  his  household  and  goods,  coming  into  the  realm,  and 
if  for  infirmity  or  any  reasonable  cause  he  shall  be  unable  to  depart  within 
that  term,  he  shall  remain  under  the  king's  special  safe-conduct  and 
protection  until  he  can  leave  the  realm.  By  E. 

Appointment  of  John  Devery,  king's  clerk,  to  view  the  grinding,  boulting 
and  packing  in  barrels  of  the  com  and  victuals  for  the  Scotch  war,  ordered 
to  be  purveyed  in  the  city  of  London  [andj  in  the  county  of  Middlesex, 
and  to  be  received  and  despatched  by  the  sheriffs  to  Newcastle  upon  Tyne ; 
the  contents  of  every  barrel  are  to  be  specified  in  the  indentures  to  be 
made  between  him  and  the  said  sheriffs ;  one  part  thereof  to  be  sent  to  the 
Wardrobe.  By  K. 

Mandate  to  the  taxers  and  collectors  of  the  tenth  and  sixth  in  the  county 
of  Middlesex  with  respect  to  the  1,000  quarters  of  wheat  which  Master 
Robert  de  Haselsawe  and  Reginald  de  Conductu  were  commanded  to 
purvey  in  the  city  of  London,  to  pay  for  so  much  as  they  have  bought, 
or  shall  buy  hereafter.  By  E. 

The  like  to  the  taxers  and  collectors  of  the  sixth  in  the  said  city. 

Protection  with  clause  volumm  until  a  fortnight  after  Midsummer  for 
Robert  de  Monte  Alto,  going  to  the  Marches  of  Scotland  on  the  king's 
service.  By  E.  on  the  information  of  R.  de  Baldok. 

Safe-conduct  for  John  Dyve,  master  of  a  ship  called  La  Godeyere  of 
Wynchelse,  going  with  his  ship  to  divers  parts. 

By  E.  on  the  information  of  Master  Robert  de  Baldok. 

Grant  at  the  king's  will  to  Miles  de  Verdoun,  for  his  better  mainte